If you think you're an adventure lover then you'll likely be participating in adventures during the gap. These activities will take you away from the usual routes.
you'll need make sure you have the necessary equipment needed to take part in these activities, regardless of regardless of whether you're hiking in the mountains
For day-trips, just require a small rucksack however, if you're planning to take part in multi-day hikes such like those on the Inca Trail, you'll need an extra large rucksack
Since trekking can be quite difficult and cause an increase in sweat, you'll need to make sure you're well-hydrated.
you won't be in need of this and a first-aid kit is a useful accessory for any person who walks. Since you'll be walking for over long distances
It is recommended to always use a insect repellent in areas where mosquitoes and other insects are commonplace
your skin can be burned by sun, even if it's not very warm and with clear skies. This is especially true for those who trek to high terrain, where the chance of sunburn is very high
in multi-day hikes in which you'll be sleeping in the camp during the night. the daytime the weather can be hot however, at night it could be very distinct
There is various weather conditions while trekking through the desert, from blistering hot temperatures to rain and hail
A waterproof jacket that you can pack away and a two packaway waterproof pants are ideal to keep in your bag in case of weather-related issues.
Another must-have for those who trek multiple days! After an extended day of hiking you'll be in desperate need of a refreshing bath.
If it's for drying following a heavy downpour, or once you've gotten yourself ready with a travel towel, it is essential for any hiker.