»   Day pack (for day trips around the destination)
»   Cap/scarf
»   Full sleeve thick woolen sweater, jacket and wind cheater
»   Thermals
»   Monkey cap, muffler, gloves, socks (All woollen)
»   Sun glasses (other than blue shades)
»   Floaters/flip-flops
»   Moisturisers and sun screen lotion
»   Torch with extra cells
»   Personal toilet paper (for long journeys)
»   Personal medicines and toiletries           
»   Small extension board to charge your electronic gadgets
»   Ipod/pen drive with your personal music (Optional)


*Please note that the Kit List mentioned is a standard one for all our Himalayan trips, hence one can make a few changes as per personal preferences.



»   Photo identification i.e. driving license, pan card or aadhar card (compulsory)
»   Clothing as per season
»   Muted colors like khaki, tan, beige etc. are more suitable colors to wear in the wild
»   Sunscreen lotion, cap, sunglasses, scarf and torch
»   Personal medicines and toiletries
»   Personal water bottle; so as to minimise the use of disposable plastic bottles
»   A camera. Binoculars come in very handy while spotting camouflaged animals
»   Please note that many parks charge extra for video cameras



  • Don’t wear brightly colored or high-contrast clothing
  • Don’t wave your arms
  • Don’t throw anything out of the vehicle
  • Don’t speak above a whisper
  • Don’t pound hands on the side of the vehicles or clap hands in order to get the attention of or scare the animals
  • Don’t feed the animals
  • Keep the forest & surrounding area clean
  • Leaving your garbage anywhere in the forest is not allowed

**Please Note:

  • Your seat will be confirmed only after the full payment for the tour.
  • We book Tatkal tickets at an extra cost.