Poon Hill (2290M) for the mesmerizing scene of the Annapurnas, Machhapuchhare, and Dhaulagiri during sunrise. Breakfast on the lap of Himalaya, trek through rhododendron forests to Chuili. This morning may be an ascent of Poon Hill (3,210M - about an hour's walk uphill) to see the amazing sunrise over the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna Himal. As the solar emerges from at the back of the mountains, the sky glows pink and purple. In the first rays of the sun, and the panorama is, without doubt, one of the vital world's best mountain vistas. Quality visible at dawn, the climb is well valued at the effort. After breakfast, we head east, following a ridge to go a move at 3,150m.
We cross via the forest, and a few tea residences and then the descent becomes steeper as we descend on stone steps through the jungle to a couple of hotels in a clearing called Banthanti at 2,760m, where we've got lunch. Descending further to a small circulation, we pass a bridge and climb again as much as 2,690M at Tadapani the place we have an ultimate view of Annapurna South and the height of Machhapuchhare. From right here we descend for a brief while to our lodge at Chuili, where we have pleasant views of the mountains from the lovely backyard and in a single day at teahouse.