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Things to pack Rishikesh

Essentials to pack for Rishikesh trip

Rishikesh, the holy town along the foothills of the Himalayas located along the Ganges is an ideal place to backpack during the dry months from October to May. 

Travelling gear:

  • A rucksack of a minimum 50 litres. (Must have)
  • A day pack to move around with ease. (Must have)
  • A camera with a minimum of 8GB. (Optional)
  • A one litre water bottle along is a great thing for every person who hits the road. (Must have)
  • A backpack rain cover.


  • Two or three short sleeve cotton T-shirts or shirts during the summer months between October to May.
  • One half pants and one long pants. Cargo pants are favourable due to multiple pockets and their quick dry quality. Please avoid carrying jeans.
  • During the winter months from November to February carry winter clothing. Jacket, monkey cap, shawl, thick socks and gloves. Long thick pants will also be ideal.
  • Sweatshirt. (During the winters)
  • Three sets of undergarments and three sets of socks. Please avoid white socks.
  • UV protected sun glares are a must. (Must have)
  • Cap. (Must have during summer months)
  • A thin towel is preferred to a thick one as it saves on space in the bag pack.
  • A pair of shoes that are comfortable and have a good grip. Anklets are preferable.
  • Slippers or flip-flops. (Must have)
  • Rain sheet. (If you’re travelling during the monsoon)


  • Toothpaste, toothbrush, soap bars, shampoo sachets or small bottle of shampoo.
  • Toilet roll. (Must have)
  • Paper soap, hand sanitizer, detergent soap sachets.
  • Sunscreen with a minimum of 40 SPF. (Must have)
  • Body sprays are also good, but glass bottled perfumes are better kept at home.
  • Mosquito repellent cream.
  • Two thin bed-sheets. (Optional)


  • Power board to charge multiple gadgets is a must as most lodging and boarding places have only one plug point.
  • A LED torch is a good thing to carry along as the lights tend to go. (Must have)
  • Ten garbage bags to carry dirty clothes while travelling is good to have. These also help to junk the trash and keep the natural setting clean and green. (Must have)
  • A small knife while on the road is a safety measure that is advised. (Optional)


  • Glucose powder. (Must have)
  • Tablets for headaches, diarrhoea, motion sickness.
  • Bandage.
  • Cotton.
  • Aspirin.
  • Medication for rashes.
  • Sprain relief plasters.
  • Personal medication if any.
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