10 Places to Visit in Parvati Valley, Tourist Places & Attractions

Places in Parvati Valley

Parvati River, Kasol, Tosh, Rasol, Malana, Chalal village, Manikaran and many more.

The ethereally beautiful
places to visit in Parvati Valley offers you lush green hiking trails, snow-covered mountains to admire during cozy winter months. Starting at the junction where River Parvati and River Beas, Parvati valley has villages running along its narrow valley. The hiking trails lead you to the villages atop the hills, the pine tree-covered trail beyond Rudra-Nag Waterfall leads you to the hot springs of spiritual Kheerganga. Towering above the exquisite natural landscape at Pulga the Parvati Hydel Project dominates the peaceful environment of the village.

The places in Parvati Valley are famous for many reasons. Not only because of the spiritual significance and natural beauty of the Parvati Valley, but it is also widely known for its vestige hippie trail, the small Israeli population at Kasol. The Sikh and Hindu pilgrimage town of Manikaran, the waterfalls, the thick, coniferous forests covering the imposing mountains on either side of the valley also makes the valley worth visiting.

Here is a list of places to visit in Parvati Valley:

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Flowing through the Parvati valley, River Parvati is one of the major attractions in Kasol. Beautiful landscapes of the valley and charming riverside, makes this place better than the regular. Visit to River Parvati is the most relaxing and rejuvenating experience in Kasol. 

The place is suitable for sightseeing and a few fun activities with your group. It does not offer any major adventure activity and hence is a great place to visit in Kasol to just lay back, relax and enjoy the calm of nature.  

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When it comes to finding a destination that is beautiful, serene, adventurous and available through the year, in Kasol India has already found its favorite spot to travel to. Kasol shot to fame for a plethora of reasons, the prime being the kind of serene beauty that surrounds the city lying in the Parvati Valley as well as the activities you can do here. This quaint little town in Himachal Pradesh is situated on the banks of the Parvati River and has maintained a level of pristine beauty through the years, the kind that attracts people not just from India, but also from many different corners of the world.

Kasol, Himachal Pradesh, is very well known in the travel community for being a haven for backpackers and budget travelers. Replete with experiences that will take away the heart of a lot of travelers, Kasol is more than just a destination. It can easily be proclaimed to be a whole adventure in itself. with a wide number of places to visit in Kasol, it can be called as an ultimate destination. The reason for that is the many adventures that a traveler experiences, be it physical, visual, spiritual, and in some cases, life-changing. Really a small town in the Parvati Valley, Kasol is not just a hotspot for backpacking adventures or a destination set amidst green hills. It is a hub for people looking to just get away from their regular office lives and take to the Himalayas for an experience of a lifetime.

The reason why Kasol is famous amongst such a crowd of travelers is that it caters to everyone. Be it the ones arriving for trekking, camping, rafting, sightseeing, parties, or seeking spiritual awakening, Kasol never disappoints anyone. Starting from the beginning, Kasol is a heaven for the trekking enthusiasts and adventure buffs.

Starting from Kheerganga, Kasol has made this meadow high in the Himalayas their favorite destinations. A 12 km trek that leads through forests of Oak and Rhododendron, trekking on this trail in Parvati Valley is one of the best things to do in Kasol and is one of the favorites too. Beginning from Kasol, the trek passes from Barshaini and Rudra Nag waterfalls, it ends high up on Kheerganga which is a hotspot for campers. Kheerganga is also a location of one of the many hot springs in Kasol with water coming from the earth’s crust naturally warmed up. Popularly known as the Parvati Kund, it is a great spot to relax on top of Kheerganga after a long day of trekking in Kasol. From Kheerganga, the way can either take you back to Kasol or on a majestic detour to the village of Tosh. Nestled in a side valley to the Parvati Valley, and situated in the banks of a small rivulet of the same name, Tosh is an offbeat trekking adventure and a quiet small town. Lesser known and almost uncrowded, the scenes from Tosh of the Dhauladhar range of Himalayas are the best that you can get anywhere in Kasol. Also famous in Tosh are the many small cafes catering to the small tourist crowd that chooses to visit this offbeat green vista of a village.

Another trekking adventure that leads from Kasol is to the secretive village of Malana. The small village in the Himalayas is situated amidst the towering giants of Chanderkhani and Deo Tibba, and is famous for various reasons, the prime one being the self-isolation of the people of the village. This secretive nature, and the fact that Malana is the gateway to the famous Magic Valley is what brings a large crowd of people to take on the trek and pay this majestic little town a visit. The whole experience soothes the eyes and soul of the travelers who take on the Malana and Magic Valley trek and arrive in this green heaven.

And another day hike from Kasol, which is short yet highly adventurous is the trek to Chalal. Situated by the roaring Parvati River in Kasol, Himachal Pradesh, Chalal is also called the Little Amsterdam and for every reason. This place is well-known in the world for the crazy trance and PSYtrance parties that happen here from time to time. But one of the greater reasons for the fame of this tranquil small town is the presence of the River Parvati and the kind of beauty that it brings to the whole place.

And speaking of the River Parvati in Kasol, India, there is no denying the fact that the soothing stream is a landmark of this town in itself. It is the river that created the valley and hence, everything beautiful in Kasol is owed to the presence of Parvati in the region. The sometimes roaring sometimes gurgling river is a great place to just sit back, relax and marvel at the beauty of nature around. Parvati River also makes for a great spot to camp near, on the banks of it, to be precise.

And speaking of camping, Kasol, India has many great spots to enjoy staying out in the lap of nature and under the billions of stars in the night sky that you can see loads and loads of because of the fact that this place is untouched by the modern curses and is still in its pristine state. Some of the best spots for camping in Kasol include the name of Kheerganga. A chance to camp in the meadow seems to be a great option as you will be waking up to one of the best sunrises ever over Kheerganga. Apart from this, Tosh proves to be another great place to set up camp and get an exquisite hilltop view of the entire region as you sit near a bonfire. Malana, in its secluded and cut-off state, is also a gateway to one of the best camping sites in the Himalayas, known as the Magic Valley. And for an offbeat experience of camping amidst towering mountains of the Himalayas and a place where the inhabitants do not keep themselves reserved from talking to outsiders, Grahan will prove to be a great retreat. The trail to Grahan walks beside the river Parvati in Kasol, with the village lying in the midst of towering green hills and a view of the snow-capped peaks of the Dhauladhar range.

Apart from the adventurous face of Kasol, there is also a spiritual side to this town. And one of the greatest spots of religious importance here is Manikaran. The region built around a cluster of natural hot springs, Manikaran is of great religious significance to the Sikhs and Hindus. The Manikaran Sahib Gurudwara is said to belong to the era of the founder of the Belief, the first religious leader of the Sikhs, Guru Nanak. He is believed to have come here with a disciple, and to cook their food for a public kitchen called ‘Langar’, he asked the disciple to remove a stone. From under the stone came a hot spring, which still resides in Manikaran Sahib and is considered very sacred. People from all over come to cook the offerings to their God in these springs before consuming, and even take a dip in these waters to wash off their sins. The piety of this place is of the utmost level for the believers of Sikhs.

Another legend relates the place with the Hindu Gods, Vishnu, and Parvati. Parvati lost a gem or ‘Mani’ in the torrential waters below, and the story that followed gave this place its name, Manikaran. Also, it is believed that Lord Shiva’s legendary anger is what gave birth to the hot springs in the area. With many temples dotting the place all over, Manikaran is a must visit, especially because it falls on the way to Kullu and Manali.

Speaking of these regions in the valley, Kullu and Manali can be called as the cultural capital of the state. With such close proximity to Kasol, the name of the small town is many a time collectively called along with the other two. Their presence nearby has boosted tourism in the area even more. And that has given a speed boost to the emergence of a number of cafes, guesthouses, and homestays in the area, so the tourists arriving here will feel all in their comfort zone, meeting and greeting other like-minded backpackers arriving in this quaint destination from several corners of the country, sometimes even the world.

Kasol tourism has done everything to ensure that when someone arrives in this city, they feel safe and sound, alongside the conquering feeling of adventure and the serene feeling of calm taking over their self. And so a trip to Kasol will sure be the best budget tour with a fulfilling feeling that you will ever take. Read this guide for all the information you will need for motivating and planning a trip to Kasol.

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Yet another village destination in Kasol, Tosh is a green treat to the tourists that visit the place. the place holds one of the best treks in kasol. The best way to get to this village is by trekking up the hill and witnessing the unreal amaze of this small township in Kasol. Mesmerising hilltop view and refreshing trekking experience will keep you close to delight the entire day.

There are a number of cafes you can visit in this place, while you are discovering other places to visit in Kasol. The more so European experience is definitely on your way if you are looking forward to tick off Tosh village. 
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About the Rasol Trek: 

Rasol (3,048 m) is a small village high up in the mountains of Parvati Valley and the length of the Rasol trek is 8 km one way. With a mesmerizing view that accompanies you throughout the trek, if you are looking for a village to find some peace, awesome views and a village feel, then Rasol is the right place for you. 

The trail is steep with magnificent views and to breathe in the fresh air and walk through the alpine jungles and small streams as an experience in itself. You will pass through red and pink rhododendron trees as you hike up. Once you reach Rasol you will see old wooden houses and a beautiful temple in the middle of the village. 

Soak in the beauty and witness the magnificent Parvati valley in all its glory. Here you can see the amazing view of Sar Pass and Khali Pass. Rasol is a parallel universe in the splendid morning light, helping you connect with yourself with the sound of silence.Location: Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Start Point/End Point: Kasol

Start Time/End Time: Start at 10:00 AM on day 1 and ends at around 10:00 AM on day 2.

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An ancient village nestled away amidst the towering mountains of Himachal Pradesh, Malana is rather famous as the perfect holiday destination for hipsters. The location is surrounded by lush, green trees and incredible valleys, making it apt for those who love the nature in its truest essence. The village is bordered by Parvati valley on the north-east and Kullu valley on the other side with peaks of Cahndrakhani and Deotibba shadowing the tiny, paradise of India.

Apart from the natural beauty, Malana is also known for its unique lifestyle and social structure that the locals essentially follow. Their dressing sense, the kind of food they eat, the festivals they celebrate, the way those festivals are celebrated and more reflect the vibrant culture and tradition that is quite unique to the place. This perfect holiday destination is situated at a height of 2,652 meters i.e. approximately 8,701ft above the sea level. There is so much beauty underlying in this town that there are numerous documentaries made on this town, depicting the wonders that Malana encompasses. A few popular documentaries that interested readers can check out are: Malana: Globalization of a Himalayan Village and Malana, A lost identity.

The traditional language spoken in Malana is Kanashi. Apart from that, there is much history that lies behind the existence of this beautiful location. Local legends suggest, the revered sage namely Jamlu Rishi was a resident on this place and he has been given major credits for setting up the rules, traditions and culture among other regulations of Malana. Locals even claim that Malana reflects the world’s oldest democracies with a well-established parliamentary system as well. Malana is believed to have held immense respect during the pre-Aryan times.

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80 km from Manali, located in the Parvati valley, this place is popular for its hot water springs and is frequented by visitors due to the famous Gurudwara Shri Manikaran Sahib that is located here.

Besides, Manikaran also houses the famous temples of Lord Shiva and Lord Rama that attract pilgrims from different parts of the country. This is a place of religious significance for Hindus and has a few tales associated with it.

The serenity and the scenic beauty that Parvati River adds to this place makes this an important one among Manali tourist places. 
There are also various beautiful places in the vicinity of Manikaran that are worth a visit.

Moreover, easy trekking options available in this region make Manikaran a hotspot for adventure-lovers as well.

Distance from Manali
: 80 kms.

Best time to visit:
April to June.

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Chalal Village

Resonating with the Israeli culture, the Chalal Village is enriched with the true essence which is depicted by its houses and mouth-watering cuisines. While looking for places to eat here you must visit the Tosh Cafe and try out some lip-smacking dishes from the Israeli cuisine.

At an altitude of 5,366 feet above sea level, this village is much encountered by solo travelers looking for a break from their weary lives and rejuvenate amidst the flora and fauna by the River Parvati. You need to take a 35-minute walk to reach this beautiful village. Usually visited by people in search to find themselves, this tiny village is a perfect place if you’re looking for unanswered questions. 

Location: Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 

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This small alpine village draws its name from the milky white waters of the Parvati river that flows through it. One of the most beautiful tourist places in Manali, its secluded charm comes from the fact that it is slightly off the road.

It is famous for its flaming rhododendron bushes and pinecone-strewn trails.

Distance from Manali: 
97 Kms.

Best time: May to June, and September- October. 

Highlights: Adventure enthusiasts must try the 13-kilometre Kheerganga hike. You will be amazed by its charming trails dotted with thick pinewoods, plenty of babbling brooks, and quaint & colourful village houses.

At the end of the trek, you will be rewarded with a hot water spring perfect to take a relaxing soak.

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About the Activity:

  •  Delight in this amazing trekking expedition to to Rudranag, from Pulga, that enables you to enjoy the wild natural beauty of this region.
  • Trek through beautiful lush-green thickets – rivet in this amazing trek that provides you with ample natural beauty.
  • This is a great opportunity for naturalist and wildlife lovers as this trek provides you with frequent spotting of rare and beautiful wildlife species.
  • Enjoy the various stop overs and dhabas near Rudra waterfall which provides delicious food and different cuisines.

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Sri Guru Nanak Devji Gurudwara is one of the must-visit tourist places in Kullu, located near the hot springs at Manikaran. It holds sacred significance for both Sikhs and Hindus. Situated amidst nature, the temple emits positive vibes, making it one of the famous landmarks in Kullu.

The presence of the hot springs and the beautiful temple promises a profound sense of tranquility and peace. Like all other gurudwaras, this place is meticulously maintained by the internal staff, ensuring cleanliness and orderliness.

The holy place dates back to the 16th century when Guru Nanak visited Manikaran. Legend has it that when Guru Nanak's disciples were hungry and lacked fire or hot water to cook, he instructed one disciple to lift a rock. To their amazement, a hot spring emerged, allowing them to cook their food. Since then, this area has been revered and believed to shower blessings upon every visitor.

No physical fire is used to cook the rice and curry provided at this place; the geothermal heat suffices. The Gurudwara captivates tourists with its architecture and beauty, showcasing age-old art and architecture from the 16th century. Visitors interested in witnessing century-old masterpieces will find an excellent example here.

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People Also Ask About Kasol

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Parvati valley with family?

    When you are on a family weekend, the places to visit in Parvati Valley are:

    1. Kasol: With magnificent views surrounding from all sides, Kasol is also known as Little Israel. While on a trip to Kasol, you could take a walk along the Parvati River or a long walk to reach the splendidly beautiful Malana or the Tosh village atop hills.

    2. Parvati River: Perfect place to lay back and just relax when with family is the Parvati River. It flows through the Parvati Valley, with huge pine trees on both sides making it a picturesque location.

    3. Tosh Village: Another location in the lap of nature, with a view so mesmerising that you could spend an entire day exploring it. To get to this village you would need to trek up a hill surrounded by wonderful nature on all its sides.

    4. Malana: Tucked away in the safety of nature, Malana is an ancient village, a perfect holiday destination for families. The lush green trees and narrow valleys that make up this hipster village lets you enjoy nature from a close spectrum.
  2. What are the best treks in Parvati valley?

    Trekking and rock climbing are two of the most practiced adventure sports in the Parvati valley region.
    Some of the best treks are:

    1. Tosh Village: Since the village itself is located atop hills, to reach the top you need to trek 3-4 km. In spring and early summer, when blue poppies and Balsam covers the entire hill, the trek atop seems more fun, with clicking pictures along the way.

    2. Chalal Village: With stunning views along the way, this short trek to the village from Kasol is a great way to let yourself be immersed in the tranquil nature. The walk by the river gets a bit chilly, but it is quite effortless.

    3. Sar Pass Trek: For the thrill-seekers, Sar Pass Trek encompasses a trek of 4-5 days from Kasol, stunning night skies, beautiful meadows. The trek starts in Kasol, taking you through the majestic Grahan village. It takes you deeper to the mountains of Parvati Valley, to the midst of more beauty with an enthralling trek.
  3. What are the best activities to do in Parvati valley?

    Apart from trekking through the narrow valleys tucked in between the mountains, enjoying nights under starry skies, places in Parvati Valley has much to offer:

    1. Chill by the riverside in Kasol: Spread your mat, get your favourite book, and lay down under the sun at the banks of River Parvati, as the river flows by you giving it a peaceful vibe.

    2. Attend Music Festivals: Parvati Valley has started becoming the epicentre of Psy parties and Trance music. Visit one of these parties held deep inside the woods during the summer.

    3. Hot Spring Bath: Take a short hike for a quick dip in a hot spring with a view of snow-capped Himalayas at Kheerganga.

    4. Wooden House: When you are in the villages of the Himalayan region how can you not spend a day or two at a wooden house? That is a dream of many. So take a chance and spend a dream day and night in a wooden house amidst forest and nature.

    5. Shopping: Buy some hippie clothes from the local markets to embrace the hippie vibe of Parvati Valley.
  4. What are the famous places to visit near Parvati valley?

    Apart from all the places to visit in Parvati Valley, it’s nearby areas are just as beautiful too. Here are some of them:

    1. Kheer Ganga Peak: One of the easiest treks, for even the beginners the view from the Kheerganga peak is breathtaking and you would not regret visiting it.

    2. Manikaran Sahib: One of the most revered pilgrimage sites for the Sikhs, Manikaran Sahib receives hundreds of devotees each day. Pay your respect and delve into the serene atmosphere. If you are seeking enlightenment in a place that is not full of pilgrims unlike others, Manikaran Sahib is the best place you could be at.

    3. Tirthan Valley: Visit the Himalayas best-kept secret, at 60 km away from Kasol. You will be left bewildered with the pine-covered mountain touching the cloud.

    4. Naggar Village: One of the offbeat places to visit, this place has some of the most beautiful houses and its major attractions being the Naggar Castle and Gauri Shankar Temple.
  5. What can one buy-in Parvati valley?

    Along with exploring all the places to visit in Parvati Valley, never forget to buy some of the hippie stuff from the local stores like:
    -Bob Marley tees,
    -Himachali caps,
    -Colorful dream catchers,
    -Semi-precious stones,
    -Traditional handicrafts from local weavers and
    -Hand-knit clothes.
  6. Is Parvati Valley safe?

    Parvati Valley is one of the safest places in Himachal Pradesh. Parvati Valley and Kasol are zero-crime areas, with hardly any violent crimes happening. Even though there are occasional issues in the main city/town area the deeper you move into the valley region, the frequency of the crime gets lesser.
  7. What is Parvati Valley famous for?

    Parvati Valley is famous for its hippie trail, the majestic Parvati River, the glorious mountains covered in pine trees, the unique lifestyle and tradition of nearby villages, and astounding natural beauty. It is also believed that Lord Shiva, the destroyer meditated in these valleys for thousands of years.
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Shashi Kumar Kheerganga Trek
"It was a wonderful journey and enjoyed a lot and welcome gesture was good and the guides were good"
16 February 2020
Hey hi! I'm Divya. This was my experience with Thrillophilia and it was amazing. They've responded always whenever I needed them. About this trip, firstly Kasol is a very beautiful place and the camp we were staying at is located Riverside, a very beautiful location and the hosts are lovely ppl, very friendly, camp in Kasol. They've taken us on Trek to Chalal .... This is a trek trail that goes along the river up to the village of Chalal. And next day was the Kasol trek. It is the beautiful trek that I've experienced till now ( not that I've climbed many mountains and hills). It was covered all over with snow. The views were amazing.. We had a guide trekker who took us on the trek. Overall it was a wonderful experience!!! Thanks to Thrillophilia, sincerely!!!!
Amandeep Kaler Kheerganga Trek
"One of the experiences, which will always remain in my memories. Kheerganga is a trek which is beautiful, not so tough, tiring but the moment you reach the destination, you forget it all and you feel that you have reached a different realm altogether. I can still feel the fresh air hitting my face up there. anyone who can trek 4-5 hours continuously, please do not miss this place.\nand our trek guide is VICKY a very good person\n"
17 August 2019
Vivek Vivek Tosh Trek
Highly satisfied with my maiden camping experience at HIM CAFE.. Realy awe-inspiring views around the camp. Decent food to get in a hilly terrain. Pawan-caretaker is too friendly and caring. Tents were clean and safe.. Day 1: Reached the camp by 2.00 pm checked in the tent. Started trek to Tosh village after a Powernap at the tent. Tosh village is too beautiful that it couldnt be penned down. Wittnessed aome melting snow while sunset which is an imsane experience. You can enjoy at cafes at Tosh before your way bck to the camp. Had dinner. Enjoyed Bonfire. Day2: If you are trekker then use this day for an early morning trek to a stunning water falls which is little above the Tosh village. Come back for a sun kissed breakfast. I had Kheerganga in my list so i started to Barshaini which is the starting point of the Kheer ganga trek. So its ideal to stay at Tosh before/after a trek to kheerganga. Amenities at camp: Food Tents Cafe Kitchen Clean washrooms And what not amazing sceneries around. An amazing one day backpacking experience which could carry lot of insane memories. Happy Trekking..
ROSHNI PRASAD Kheerganga Trek
"The agent Ramesh Sharma was very very good, he was very genuine and helpful and polite.. He helped us keep our luggage safely. The trek is definitely great but our guide was not so helpful but the trail was itself leading to the destination. Our guide left us on our way down and was not seen thereafter.. The lodging and food on kheerganga was quite good. The guide was giving us a twin share small tent but that could be easily wet if it rained, so we asked him to provide us a bigger tent and he did.. Kheerganga is astoundingly beautiful. Must visit.. "
Had a great sar pass trekking experience.
10 February 2021
My first stay at iverside camps and it was amazing. The vibe here is different. You can do all the activities on the campsite. My stay was for a day but i extended it to 4 days just because of 2 friends i made at the camp - 4G(yashpal) and gajjubhai(gajender). The two most amazing, sweet, caring, and honest guys in kasol. They’ll help you with everything. Highly recommended
08 February 2021
Thank you thrillophilia for such amazing experience. I never thought camping is so much fun we reached easily to camp with help of map then they asked to get ready and we all trek for chalal forest which is almost 3 kms experience was so beautiful we crossed the river then by forest route we went to kasol market then we roamed here n der and came back to camp then we had tea we had beautiful dinner at bonfire it was full moon looked so beautiful then we had chitchat our camp was so comfortable then early morning we had breakfast and tea besides river view was so peaceful and even breakfast is so tasty thank you thrillophilia for such great experience I would say once of d best experience I had .
12 January 2021
We were a group of 7 people and we decided to take this adventure trip. We were really happy with the locations, camps, and the people we met there. The only issue we faced was that the camp owners try to fit in more and more people in a single camp. Apart from that, the place was very scenic and engrossing with the river flowing on one side. We were lucky that we witnessed snowfall there. Our trek to kheerganga got canceled due to snowfall but they took us to a trek of Grahan Village which was equally beautiful. This would be your lifetime experience, walking on snow covered paths, drinking water from the natural streams, holding the hot cup of tea and sharing a common washroom. We got a great guide as well to help and cheer us throughout the trek. Overall, it was a tour with a lot of memories and fewer expenses. So, yeah definitely go for it.
12 January 2021
We were a group of 7 people and we decided to take this adventure trip. We were really happy with the locations, camps, and the people we met there. The only issue we faced was that the camp owners try to fit in more and more people in a single camp. Apart from that, the place was very scenic and engrossing with the river flowing on one side, beautiful bonfire set ups and soothing music.We were lucky that we witnessed snowfall there. Our trek to kheerganga got canceled due to snowfall but they took us to a trek of Grahan Village which was equally beautiful. Overall, it was a tour with a lot of memories and fewer expenses. So, yeah definitely go for it.

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