Trip Code: HSV
Sirubari, a typical village inhabited by Gurung ethnic group of people in Nepal. It lies in Syangja district south- west of Pokhara. It is accessible by road from Pokhara followed by a short hike. It lies on a south-facing slope at 1,700 m above sea level and the houses in the village are mostly built from local materials and all are quite comfortable to stay in. The overwhelming impression of the village is one of order and cleanliness with a warm and welcoming feel to it.
The trail through the village is all stone paved and strewn with marigold all around. The village enjoys long sunny days and is ideal for a family with children to visit. The living culture, tradition & rich hospitality of the Gurung people make the tour a wonderful experience. Visitors are heartily welcomed with the traditional musical band into the community and invited to stay in the home of one of the villagers. The accommodation is clean and comfortable with good bedding and clean toilet facilities. The typical Nepalese food is served to the visitors.
The mountain scenery of Machhapuchhre, Annapurna range, and Dhaulagiri Himalaya are seen from the village very clearly. The community provides entertainment each night with traditional Gurung and Nepali dancing and singing. Visitors can join the cultural program as well. The major highlight of Sirubari village is local culture, tradition, and hospitality. The best time to visit Sirubari village is between September and June.
Visit colorful village, Meet the friendly local people, Enjoy traditional Nepalese hospitality & food, Walk through the farms, Home stay with the local family