How to make this visit memorable?
Must take pictures and take some video clips to of the wonderful trekking.
Do’s and Don’ts
I would say that you should carry your own individual resource of first aid items such as medicines, antiseptics, insect repellents, prescription drugs etc. All precautionary measures shall be taken to ensure your safety yet there lays no harm in having awareness of the general know-how of healthcare. CPR and other common medical knowledge about altitude sickness (Acute Mountain Sickness) should be present. This illness is associated with trekking with symptoms that range from headache, insomnia, gastrointestinal issues, lung problems, ataxia etc. Please consult your doctor before your trip to procure prescription drugs for such possible situations and only consume them if required,Keep your trekking gear safe and always keep essentials such as wind-proof jacket, dry socks and caps at hand. Make sure you choose correct and good quality footwear and fitted boots to avoid frostbites. Wear the right kind of socks to facilitate blood circulation. Carry a sturdy sleeping bag that is durable and comfortable. Carry a good quality backpack that can ensure harsh conditions of wear and tear, especially with a plastic or waterproof lining. Carry your identification proof (Driving licence , voter id card) as you might be expected to furnish it with the officials for obtaining permits.Here I would suggest carrying things with you.
Good condition trekking boots, Camp shoes for crossing rivers and for visiting Devariyatal, A pair of thick woolen socks never hurt when trekking in the Himalayas, Keep a thick winter jacket for dealing with the cold, Trekking Pants are a must for scaling the peaks, Keep a woolen cap to protect yourself from the biting cold, A pair of sunglasses to avoid the glaring sun, Sun Screen, A 2 ltr. water bottle, Trekking pole, A first aid box is a must have on this trek, Keep a swiss knife with you at all times.