Kathmandu Valley Tour transfers you to all the interesting tourist attractions that you deserve to see as a tourist when you are in Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, and Lalitpur which are located close to one another. Each of these lies in the Valley of Kathmandu, and they all look like the consolidation of one district. When you visit their major highlights within one day or more, they are not to be understated because what makes them so overestimated is that they abound with historical monuments, such as temples, stupas, palaces, and museums, which are more than a thousand years old, and which bemuse your eyes with their architectural wonders and the stories, associated with the supernatural powers of gods, goddess, and kings. As a visitor, you do not have to necessarily refer to this power; however, their stories will hook you with endless interest.
Kathmandu, where you land for the first time in Nepal from your country to enjoy Kathmandu Valley Tour, has thankful of temples; therefore, it is known as “The City of Temples.” Along with temples, there are palaces, where you can walk freely in their courtyards as the kings and queens used to in the past, and where you see beautiful windows and wooden crafts, made by the famous Nepalese architectures of that period as if they were on display to show you their skills right from the beginning. Made from a single tree, there is Kastamandap. AMAZING, isn’t it? Be sure to pose with it in front of your camera.
Kathmandu Valley Tour does not limit historical monuments; it stretches to include Nagarkot, a nice hill station, and it has a brilliant viewpoint from where you can see the stunning view of a group of mountains, including Everest. Fascinating exhibits other mountains, such as the Annapurna Ranges, Manaslu Ranges, Ganesh Himal Range, Langtang Range, Jugal Range, Rolwaling Range, and Number Range, besides the views of the Valley of Kathmandu and the Shivapuri National Park, including the major attractions of this valley.