Since it will be very difficult to find a doctor during the journey, carrying a medical kit with necessary items is recommended. Below is a list I made, but make sure to consult a doctor before.
Diamox 10-15 tablets ( AMS )
Crocin 10 tabs ( Fever )
Combiflam 10 tabs ( Pain Killer )
Digene ( Acidity )
Lomopalm ( Loose motion )
ORS 10 pakcs
Band aid 10 strips
Moov / Volini spray
Antiseptic cream like Boro plus
Moisturizer like Vaseline
Sunscreen 30 SPF and above
Wet wipes / toilet rolls
6. Prepare your bike
If you are riding your own personal bike, make sure you have your bike equipped with all the necessary things. Make sure to get your bike serviced before the trip, and ride at least 100-200 kms after the service.
Ask your mechanic to add an extra clutch cable and an extra accelerator cable in place, so if something happens, you just have to switch them.
Carry a lube for bike chain. It will cost you around 300-400 INR.
Some people also put anti puncture liquid in the tube.
Put an extra carrier, so as to fit at least one 5 litre can for petrol.
Mobile USB Charger (Optional)
Carry 2 bungee cords at least. Carry a rope in case.
Carry an electric or foot pump, just in case. And extra tubes.
Be sure to carry a valid Driving License, RC book, Emission test papers, all in originals, and keep a photocopy or two handy.
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7. Other things to carry (Checklist )
Carry 2 big plastic bags to cover your luggage, and the few small ones to keep your gadgets safe. Please DO NOT dispose them off in the mountains. Dispose them off in the dustbins only.
Powerbank (As you may not get charging points everywhere)
Torch (Mobile torch would do)
Thermals 2 pairs and a sweater
Cotton socks 3-4 pairs
Woolen socks 1-2 pairs at night
Woolen gloves 1-2 pairs
Riding gloves 1 pair
Goggles are must
Water proof shoes are must
Protective gears like knee cap, elbow caps are recommended
Dry fruits to munch on the way
Atleast 2 water bottles of 1 litre each.
8. Transporting your bike