Pick-up from Domestic / International airport by our representative & Transfer to Hotel then check in to hotel after that briefing about your program overnight stay in Kathmandu.
After Breakfast go to half day sightseeing of Pashuaptinath Temple, Bouddha Stupa overnight at the Hotel.
After Breakfast go to half day sightseeing of Swoyambhu know as Monkey Temple & Kathmandu Durbar square where you will Visit the Kumari, Museum overnight at the Hotel.
After Breakfast Departure from Kathmandu.
• 3 Night Accommodation in Kathmandu.
• Daily buffet breakfast at hotel.
• Two International Airport Transfer.
• Kathmandu two half day city sightseeing.
• Sightseeing & Transfer by Private a/c vehicle.
The history of Kathmandu dates back to ancient times. Traced between the period 167 BC and 1 AD, archaeological explorations indicate that Kathmandu and the two other sister towns in the valley are the oldest towns. Excavations conducted at Hadaigaon and Lubhu in southern part of the valley, in Kathmandu, have unearthed brick walls and Stone Age tools. The geological setting of the valley points to the existence of a lake near Chobar gorge on the Bagmati River, below the present Pashupatinath Temple, which was a pilgrimage place during the period of the Buddha. Manjushree Bodhisatva, a Buddhist Saint, drained this lake by cutting open an outlet in the southern rim of the valley. People started cultivating here and building their homes as the valley that was created was fertile. Manjushree is also said to have worshipped the Swayambhunath on the hillock where the present Swayambhunath temple is located. He is also the founder of the city of Manjupatan, which today falls within the present Kathmandu Metropolitan area, located between Swayambhunath and Gujeswari near the airport. Dharmakara a disciple of Manjushree was declared the ruler of that city by him. It is also said that Krakuchanda Budhha, Kanak Muni Buddha and Kashyapa Buddha visited the Kathmandu valley to worship Swayambhu and Gujeshwari, following the establishment of this city. The king of Gaur, Prachanda Deva built the Swayambhu stupa encasing the eternal flame and his nephew Gunakadeva was anointed as the king of Nepal. Singhakhetu, the last ruler of his dynasty brought prosperity to the kingdom. Subsequent to the rule of the Gunakadeva dynasty, rulers from India, particularly from Bengal and then Madras province ruled Kathmandu.
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