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Dear Women,

Pink Passport is a group for women who are single from status or from mind.This group is a travel community for for women.
We follow the rule that Why should boys have all the fun....This is the era of women and in this era if anyone of you don't want to travel with boys than join Pink Passport and explore the this beautiful world with a host who is single and a traveller by passion and a working women by profession.

Lets kick start this group and add your female friends in this group so that we can be the biggest group of mumbai meetup.

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Your can send us a whatsapp on 7506103519 and get added to our travel broadcast list

We will be organising City based/Domestic/International meetups so be prepared for the fun to begin.

Note: We are not a company but a group who is here for meetups and travel.

Men : Do not join us else we will kick your out.

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12th to 15th August : Kasol
Needs a date and time


Beautiful places are often hidden away in the most easily accessible of places. To those of us with less money than enthusiasm, Himachal (https://www.makemytrip.com/blog/himachal-pradesh-quick-travel-guide) is like a gift from God. To escape from the stresses of a mundane life, Parvati Valley in Himachal (http://www.makemytrip.com/blog/top-5-reasons-to-holiday-in-himachal-this-summer/) is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Starting at the confluence of River Parvati and River Beas, the valley is famous for its pretty as a picture coniferous forests and crystal clear mountain streams. Nestled in these sylvan hills is the charming village of Kasol. Resplendent in natural beauty, Kasol is fast emerging as a hub for backpackers, trekkers and nature lovers. It is yet to be ruined by commercialisation. However, it is also one of those places you want to strike off your bucket list (https://www.makemytrip.com/blog/travel-with-pets) before you have children as it is home to a deep rooted local culture of pot and hippie hues. Even if you are not into either of those, there are many other things to do in Kasol (https://www.makemytrip.com/blog/from-the-diary-of-a-traveler-kasol) Pics from our last Kasol & Manali Trip Itinerary: Reach Delhi by 6 PM at Delhi (ISBT) Bus will start from Delhi at 7:30PM Dinner on the way and we will reach Kasol by 10AM Delhi To Manali (Stay 1 Night) Kasol To Tosh (Stay 2 Night) Walk by the Parvati River Nothing like a nice stroll down a cackling, churning and frothing Parvati river on one side and looming pine trees on the other. Clean white sand and smooth boulders separate the lush green grass from the tumbling blue-green water of the river. Every bend in the river opens up to an exciting vista of pine trees, cliffs and waterfalls. All this is framed with snow capped peaks piercing the happy blue sky at the horizon. A great site to take those pictures you could show off on your wall. The river has a steep gradient and a greater mass of water, so it rages down in noisy torrents. It is inadvisable to cross the fierce river on foot. There is a rickety old wooden bridge for that. For a supremely pleasant leisure afternoon stretch out on one of the smooth boulders beside the river with your feet in the cold water. It could be an eternity in an hour or an hour stretching into a lifetime. Visit Manikaran Sahib Manikaran is just about 6 kms from Kasol (http://www.makemytrip.com/blog/hill-stations-in-himachal-pradesh) so you can take a hike or hitch a ride, whatever suits you. Manikaran Sahib is a huge Gurudwara tucked between imposing hills and a fierce Beas. The high point of the Manikaran Sahib is the hot spring located within the premise of the Gurudwara. The devout take a dip here to wash their sins and illnesses away as the spring water is believed to have healing properties. The ‘Langar’ is delicious and wholesome. It is a fact that the rice is cooked in the hot water from the spring. You have to take off your footwear and cover your head in respect before entering the holy Gurudwara. It would be wise to carry a convenient piece of clothing to cover your head. Inside the shrine, you can see pictures of Hindu Gods, alongside Jesus and Sikh Guru’s. The messages couldn’t have been clearer; everyone is welcome and all faiths are respected. I find this bit especially touching about Manikaran Sahib. Take a long walk to Malana Malana is famous for its distinct culture and the temple of Jamlu Devta. The people of this quiet hamlet live in self-imposed isolation. They believe themselves to be the descendants of Aryans and that the purity of their race would be compromised by interaction with outsiders. A visitor in Malana cannot touch their wall, to the extent that they wash their walls with the blood of a buffalo if an outsider happens to touch it. Shocking, right? Not to them! They have their own government and do not consider themselves within the jurisdiction of the Indian government. Most say it is a cover for a raging industry of cannabis. Having said that, Malana is a village of splendid beauty. It is often referred to as 'Little Greece', as the locals believe to have descended from the lineage of Alexander the Great. Package: 9555 Rs/- Includes 4D/3N Stay in double occupancy Breakfast Travel Delhi-Kasol-Delhi for booking kindly whatsapp on[masked] for Full itinerary & package kindly check our website www.travelbuddiestallk.com (http://www.travelbuddiestallk.com/) Team Travel Buddies

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