Why poon Hill? Why not Muldai

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Why poon Hill? Why not Muldai

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Muldai Trek is know as Home land of Nepal’s national bird Dafe trek.is one of the Famous and fascinating trekking route in Annapurna region with a trail that passes through the top ridges of hill dense rhododendron forest and raging rivers.The Muldai trek provides mesmerizing view and adventurous journey as well as best sunrise and sunset in whole Annapurna Region.Muldai is the breathtaking view point for the Dhaulagi range, Annapurna range Lamjung range, Fishtail in total 25 range can be viewed from here along with beautiful land escape. Muldai trek also provided a glimpse of Nepalese culture as trail encompasses villages and their culture as well as some of the wildlife red panda, langoor (monkeys) yak,musk deer are also seen.

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    April 1, 2018

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