Sirubari village is an entirely unchanged Gurung settlement set in the hills at an altitude of 1700 meters directly above sea level. It is the western settlement in Nepal, placed in the Syangjha district and a very popular village famous for its organized homestay. Sirubari Village Homestay program falls in the category of this new tourism system, which aims to give the tourists a close vision of typical Nepali life.
Sirubari Village Homestay:
Sirubari village is the best destination for people who wants to experience true Nepalese culture and lifestyle. It is one of the major tourist Centres in the Annapurna region and can be reached with a short drive from Pokhara as well as walking along the constricted path to the village. The simple and clean accommodation in the Gurung family can be a graceful experience for anyone who wants to join with Nepalese lifestyle.
The view of beautiful hills and mountains will make anyone one gets during the stay will remain as a memorial which will haunt him/her time and again and provide a time for rejoicing. And the tireless support and blessing made by the Buddhist community will provide you with release from tiredness and disputes. Even working as a member of the community and family will provide you with preference and a new taste of the Gurung community’s cremations and ritual beliefs.
Splendor is not limited just to the world-famous temples. There are also the ancient cultures conserved by the traditional people, living off the commands of modernization. Their cultures can only be expressed through personal connections. As the locals are all Buddhist, the village Gompa, a simple but beautiful temple, will be a feature of your stay. There will be the chance to get a blessing from the resident lama before you leave. Walk with your family while they go about their daily chores, tending animals, tilling the fields, going to school with the children, or just sitting in the sun talking to neighbors.
During your stay in Nepali villages, you will be able to feel what is like to live a life being one with nature and conserving a culture of your own. You will be incredulous by the farewell that the village will give you.