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Free Kit Hire on Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet Treks

Free Kit Hire on Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet Treks

Lighten the load and take advantage of 'Free Kit Hire' when you book a trekking holiday in Nepal, Bhutan or Tibet*.

Nepal Treks

We offer the use of a good quality down jacket and 4-season sleeping bag free of charge on all our trekking holidays in Nepal *. Not only will they keep you warm and toasty once the sun goes down, but will save on that all important luggage space.

Don’t forget, we already include the cost of all meals on trek, park fees and permits, internal flights, transfers and a free kit bag. Plus, every clients receives a 15% discount code to use at multi-award winning outdoor clothing and equipment retailer, Cotswold Outdoor. Just a few of the many reasons to book your Nepal trekking holiday with Mountain Kingdoms.

* Sleeping bags are not required for our lodge-based treks in Nepal but down jackets will be provided for the chilly evenings.

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Bhutan & Tibet Treks

Book a place on one of our camping treks* in Bhutan and you will receive free hire of a good quality down jacket, sleeping bag and liner to keep you warm and cosy in camp. Jackets, sleeping bags and liners are supplied in Kathmandu.

Camping treks in Bhutan include the Druk Path Trek from Paro to Thimphu, a trek into the remote villages of Lingshi and Laya, and the epic traverse along the full length of the Bhutanese Himalaya - the Lunana Snowman Trek.

*Excludes Rodang La Trek, Eastern Bhutan. Offer only applies to clients travelling to Bhutan via Kathmandu.

Camping Treks in Tibet include the Mount Kailash Trek.

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