A complete clothing and equipment list specific to your trip is given in kit list. Every year, after assessing feedback from our clients and guides, we review and update our lists so they are as complete and up-to-date as possible. Every list has a description of each item, however feel free to call us if you have questions or need help locating any of the items on the list. It is extremely important that you adhere strictly to the equipment list.


ADVENTURE TRIPS INDIA loves to customize personal trips -- for you, your friends, or organization. Our regular trip costs are typically based on 4-8 individuals, so the number in your party may affect your actual costs. Just give us a call/ write us and let us know what you're interested in, and we'll do our best to Make It Happen.


No, however, we’d like to talk with you about the trip you are interested in and whether it’s right for someone under age 18.


All of our guides are highly skilled professionals who have been selected based on their technical proficiency, proven safety records, careful judgment, patient and supportive personalities.

5. How fit do I have to be to do a trek?

You do not need to be super-fit; you need to be fit enough to comfortably walk for 5-6 hours per day in the mountains on reasonable trails (Depends on grade of treks). This would definitely entail walking for around an hour at least every day to get fit. If you can spend some time in the gym or do some walks before the trip it would help. We also give our guest a pre fitness program on request.

6. What is a typical group? Will I fit in?

Groups range in size from 2 up to 12, and typically comprise a range of nationalities and experience. All of our groups have got along very well. One of the attractions of such a trip is the chance to meet people with different backgrounds and personalities.

7. Do I need to buy special equipment?

Usually our guest simply brings their existing clothing and equipment and if necessary supplement this with some extra items purchased easily in Delhi/Rishikesh/Manali/Leh.

8. I am a single trekker. How does this work?

Normally single trekkers have no problems fitting in with a group. Normally single trekkers share rooms or lodges with other trekkers of the same sex, but if we have an odd-number we ensure that a room or lodge is organized accordingly. Please tell us in advance.

9. How difficult are the treks?

The difficulty of our treks depends on where you want to trek and how long you want to go. The shorter Treks tend to be easier while the longer ones require some physical fitness. Be prepared for some steep trails leading to amazing views. The pace at which you hike is up to you. We have friendly and dependable Guides/porters to assist you with your personal gear so you just carry a day pack.

10. Where do we eat our meals?

If you are on a day trek/Rafting trip, we provide packed lunch. If you are in multi day trip, will eat breakfast and dinner at our dining tent (camping)/ Home stay, which is always there in our trips. We will stop for lunch (Packed/Hot) in scenic places.

11. What type of food is served on the trek?

All of the meals served on ADVENTURE TRIPS INDIA trips are a combination of the best local, Chinese and Continental cuisine. Your guide or your personal cooks are happy to serve you hygienic and delicious food. Vegetarian meals served in our of day treks around Rishikesh.

12. Where do we get water during the trip?

We usably give bottled water in our day treks, during the multi day treks we use mountain streams and boil them to kill all the bacteria’s. Guest can use water purification tablets, which are our essentials in First Aid kit.

13. What clothes should I bring?

Please see our Kit List [^].

14. What type of shoes or boots should I wear?

The proper foot wear depends on the trek. Shorter treks can be done in comfortable running shoes while longer ones require sturdy but light weight hiking boots. Shoes and boots are best purchased before your arrival for the trek with proper break in.

15. What will the weather be like?

Weather in Rishikesh during Feb-April and Sep-Nov in Rishikesh is pleasant (10-28 c), in higher treks weather affects everything in Himalayas and trekking is no exception. Sudden rain storms or snow flurries are always a possibility at higher altitudes. The weather during the trekking season is somewhat more stable. We pay close attention to weather reports during the trekking season.

16: What kind of Toilets we use during trekking/Rafting trips?

In our multiday treks we always carry toilet tents with us with folding commodes. There are sufficient nos. according to the group size and male female ratio.

If there are more questions please write to us: triparrangements@gmail.com