Hello Mr Vargis Khan, My husband and myself have planned a trip to Spiti valley from 29.09.17. We reach Chandigarh airport on 29th Sept, 7am in the morning. Our itinerary is as follows. Day 1- Leave for Narkanda from Chandigarh. We do not wish to stay at Shimla as we both find it too crowded. On reaching Narkanda we will visit the Hatu peak for sunset. Day 2- Leave for Sarahan from Narkanda. Visit the Bhimkali Temple and the bird sanctuary. Day 3- We move towards Sangla in the morning. On reaching we will see the Nages god temple and Kamru Fort. Day 4- We will visit Chitkul in the morning and later in the day leave for Kalpa. Day 5- From Kalpa we move towards Tabo. O/N at Tabo. Day 6- This morning we move towards Pin valley, en route visit Dhankar monastery and Dhankar lake. Day 7- Trek to Pin valley national park. Day 8- Pin valley to Kaza. Visit Key, Kibber, Gette, Tashigang. O/N at Kaza. Day 9- Kaza to Hikkim, Komik village, Langza. O/N at Kaza. Day 10- Kaza-Kunzum pass-Chandratal lake. O/N at lake camps. Day 11- In the morning we hike upto the lake again. Then after breakfast we leave for Kullu via the Rohtang pass. We again do not wish to stay at Manali. Day 12- Visit Manikaran and later on leave for Chandigarh. Please suggest if any modifications needs to be done in the above itinerary. I have a few questions here: 1) Is the road to Hatu peak safe to walk? As in no danger from any mortal being, specially after sunset. We wish to walk upto the peak instead of going by car. 2) We wish to visit the Pin valley national park. Can we do this trek on day 7 from Pin village and return back the same day? 3) We have one extra day at the end of the trip as we return on 14th October, so can you suggest how should we use the extra day? 4) This one is very important- can you please provide us with the names and contact numbers of some drivers who can be our guide and companion in this trip. We are particularly looking for people from Spiti valley as they are very warm and friendly. Lastly your website is truly very helpful and informative. We cannot thank you enough for the amazing work you have done. This has made our search less tiring and hassle free. Our warm regards.