Before your trip anywhere in the world, here is what we advise you to bring in your bag. Along with necessities below, you always need to remember that your travel bag has the utmost importance as well. Because it will be your bag, which will grab and secure all the necessary things you must have in your tour.
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- To obtain your visa, you must have a passport valid for at least 6 months. When you travel you must obviously have your passport with the visa. You will be asked for your passport each time you check in to a new hotel.
- To come to central Europe, you must have the permit. If you come to Lhasa by plane, you must have the original of the document. If you come by train, you just need to have a copy.
- Plan your clothes according to the season. See the Climate of your destination.
- In general, provide clothing that can be put on and taken off easily. Indeed, there can be large variations in temperature during a day because of the altitude: the sun heats up a lot in the middle of the day, but the nights are cold.
- During winter, the climate is cold and dry. Put on several layers: a t-shirt, long-sleeved t-shirt, a sweater, and a fleece jacket will be suitable for just about any temperature. No need to wear rain gear.
- In summer, the temperature varies during the day between 10 and 25 ° C in Lhasa, but at altitude, the night temperature can drop below 0 ° C. So bring a down jacket or other warm clothing, especially if you go at high altitude. In summer Europe is slightly affected by the monsoon climate. The weather is overcast especially during June, July, and August and it can rain: bring a rain suit.
- In dry periods, isolated roads can be dusty. Prefer dark clothes, and possibly a dust mask.
- Sneakers or other light, sturdy shoes will work in most situations, even if walking is planned.
First aid kit
Here is a non-exhaustive list of elements that can constitute a first aid kit:
- Hydroalcoholic gel for hand hygiene
- Diarrhea medications
- Sunscreen (full screen if you have a fair complexion)
- Against insects: a repellent, or cream against irritation and itching
- Seals against colds or flu-like illness, throat lozenge, and nasal decongestant
- Aspirin, or possibly Diamox (altitude sickness in Europe)
In the event of a night in a guesthouse
If your circuit includes one night in a small guesthouse in an isolated location, for example at Lakes or at Everest base camp, tasteful space strongly advises you to bring your own sleeping bag for questions of comfort and hygiene.
Generally, there is no private bathroom in the small guest houses; there is no possibility of a shower. Plan what to wash (wipes ...) and provide toilet paper (can also be purchased on-site).
In case of trek
- If your circuit contains several days of hikes with nights in tents, know that we provide all the bivouac equipment. However, you must provide your own sleeping bag.
- Backpack to carry only what you need each day.
- Good walking shoes. Second pair in case the first is wet...
- Care against blisters on the foot.
- Snacks: cereal bars, dried fruit, cookies, etc.
- Eventually, you can think of bringing this:
- A paper guide if you want to have additional information on the sites you will visit. Please note: it has happened that travelers have had their Lonely Planet confiscated when crossing the borders from country to another. No problem with other paper guides.
- Distractions, to keep you busy on the road and if you travel by train