TYPE OF BAG;
Large, soft duffle with many grab handles is better then a backpack, This will be put inside a Hessian sack and carried by ponies, Line it with a huge plastic bin bag, Also bring what you need, Pack things like toiletries, first aid kit etc intoSeparate small stuff bags easy to find in dark tent,Only carry a small backpack as a day pack with items you need during the days trek. The rest is carried by the ponies and they go a head so that camp is set up for evening,
CLOTHES DRESS IN LAYERS DON’T BRING TOO MANY
One thermal  vest/top and thermal underwear,
One long- sleeved shirt[protects against sun]
T- shirt or shirt
One fleece jacket[and fleece/shell pants for evening and early morning]
2 or 3 comfortable paints [lightweight, easy-dry]
Nightwear
Down jacket for evenings
Rain jacket for evenings
3 or 4 pair[or more] good hiking socks,1 pair for evening.
Thermal gloves
A pair of casual shoes for evening,
Good hiking boots
spare shoelaces
Sun hat
Fleece hat[and a spare one]
Gaiters
OTHER NECESSITIES
Hiking stick[collapsible preferred]
Sunglasses/spare glasses or contact lenses
Sun protection cream and preparation for relief of sunburn.
washing kit and toiletries
light-weight towel
hand cream
insect repellent
lip salve
First Aid kit suggestion: aspirin or pain-killer, muscle soother,
Antiseptic cream, anti-histamine cream, anti diarrhea pills, bandages
Safety pins big band-Aid plasters, sore throat lozenges and your usual medicines etc..
Water- purifier[though all water is carefully boiled in camp]
Wet wipe tissues
Tissues
umbrella/Rain gear
Camera, film, Memory cards, accessories, polarizing filters, spare batteries, tripod etc,
Book, notepads and pencils
Rain cover for your daypack and camera pack,
High –energy snacks-granola bars, fruity chews[unavailable in Bhutan] but dried fruit [available]
Penknife, whistle
FOR CAMPING
Down[sub-zero temperatures] Sleeping bag[extra inside fleece or silk liner is nice]
Flashlight[a headlamp is very useful and or one that can hang or stand upright in the tent] With spare batteries.
SERVICES PROVIDED IN TREK
The support team usually consists of a qualified trekking guide, a cook , and a number of assistants. A variety of Bhutanese and international dishes are served on treks, The ponies and yaks used on trek are accompanied by their owners, who go a head of the group so that camp is already set up by the time you arrive,The Active Bhutan Adventure provide a dining tent, toilet tent, dome or A frame sleeping tents[twin-sharing],mattress, foldable and chairs, plates and cutlery and a washing bowl with hot water for a morning wash, We also carry a basic first Aid Kit, Guest are required to bring their own sleeping bags, suitable for sub- zero temperatures.