'Enjoy and experience a perfect Nepalese country with typical traditional farm life.'’
A short Sirubari Trekking is a hike with scenic and cultural country walks around hidden areas of Nepal's Mid-West region. So, you will be walking within the beautiful Pokhara and nice areas of Sirubari located in the Syangja district.
This is quite different from many other touristic areas of Nepal. Because one can witness the Nepalese traditional life and culture that has existed for hundreds of centuries, it is an amazing place to experience the local heritage of mid-hills people and its unusual farm activities.
Few outside visitors often venture around hidden areas of Annapurna. This is because they immerse themselves within local surroundings and culture in the shade of the high Himalayan peaks of the Annapurna-Lamjung and Manaslu ranges.
Sirubari village trekking is more of exploration and short walks rather than actual trekking. The ultimate point is to reach within a homestay around charming Sirubari village and its warm, friendly locals.
This short trek leads you to witness the daily life farming of the community-based village. The climate is ideal in most of the seasons of the year. Interestingly, a wonderful impression of the village is the warm welcome and walking on a stone paved path.
This nice and lovely Sirubari village has been awarded the PATA Gold award in recognition of its efforts to preserve its traditional culture and heritage of the Nepali way of life.
Best Seasons for Sirubari Village Trekking:
Nearly all months of the year except the monsoon, wet months from mid-June to mid-September. March to May is the best time for clear views till the afternoon. The wildflowers bloom with fantastic views of mountains during this season. A pleasant day with a cooler morning and nighttime.
October to December is another best trekking season for clear views of peaks. Short sunlight days can be cold in the morning and night, depending on the altitude and overnight stop.