Kathmandu valley hosts wonderful, temples, viewpoints and traditional Newari villages, but many people miss out these sights in a feverish rush to get to Chitwan, Pokhara or Everest, and other areas. With a rapidly expanding population of 3-million, the valley has certainly changed over the years, but aspects of traditional life endure. Rural life continues to move to the rhythms of the seasons and spectacular festivals, and the timeless demands of the fields, the family, and the gods remain the fundamental priorities of most people’s lives here in the valley. There are also a number of rocks and sloppy walls which are specially preserved for rock climbing. Nagarjun, the forested hill that lies to the northwest of the Swayambhunath Study only by the new bus park in Kathmandu, Shivapuri hill to the Kathmandu valley, takes about 30 minutes drive or one-hour cycling from the downtown of the Kathmandu valley to name a few which are accessible.
Kathmandu valley is considered to be the melting pot of diverse cultures and customs besides being a cultural metropolis of the country. It comprises of three cities namely Lalitpur, Kathmandu, and Bhaktapur, whereby resided by Newari ethnic groups who still follow age-old customs of Hindu, Buddhist and Kirati religious practices, they have their own lifestyles. No doubt, the customs, and traditions of Nepal have added the color to the lives of Nepalese, as they celebrate the festivals with much joy. Furthermore, the sightseeing in the Kathmandu valley includes the tour in major historic, cultural and religious sites namely Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur. Nagarkot is the popular tourist resort in Nepal, situated 32 km east of Kathmandu; it is famous for having panoramic views of the major peaks of eastern Nepal Himalayas including Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest. The Nagarkot is one another spot to enjoy the panoramic view of sunrise and sunset views. These all the spots can be toured in and around Kathmandu valley.