Kathmandu Valley Tour
The Kathmandu valley tour starts from Kathmandu city then passes through various places of Kathmandu valley like Lalitpur, Bhaktapur and others. Kathmandu valley is the capital city of Nepal embossed as the center for political, social, economic, cultural, and religious activities of Nepal. The Kathmandu valley itself is a solitary civilization of 16th century Malla Kingdom won over by Shah Kings of Gorkha and have its own traditional social life, religious qualities, certainty and practices. Kathmandu valley is a one of kind incredible city protected as UNESCO world heritage site of the globe due to its antiqueness and originality. The Kathmandu valley stands proud in its full form with its three antique medieval towns known as Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Patan which are considered as ancient cities of the world. The multi roofed antique temples, traditional religious communities, antique royal places and squares, traditional festivals and celebrations along with historical monuments are the prime highlights of capital of Nepal.
The ancient city of Kathmandu along with its adjoining city of Patan and Bhaktapur has a many antique establishments, foundations and temples along with legendary civilization. The royal palace zones of Kathmandu, Patan and Bhaktapur is brimming antique art and crafts made from metal, wood and stone along with living goddess Kumari living in the royal palace zone. Beside that there are some oldest legendary temples found in Kathmandu valley which are built before the birth of Christ around 700 BC. These temples are older than the country itself as Nepal was not born during the days when these temples were built. They are the Pashupatinath temple, Bouddhanath Stupa, and the Swayambhunath Stupa. It is said that these temples when the whole Kathmandu city was under a lake and they were the only place found in Kathmandu city. Besides that there are many beautiful natural settings, beautifully crafted temples, hiking routes, hill stations, and sunrise/sunset viewpoints in Kathmandu valley.