Travel Tips: These are the 5 most beautiful lakes of India, where you can see heaven-like, definitely visit here once!


There are many beautiful places in India. From glacier lakes in the Himalayas to the beautiful lakes of Kerala, the country is indeed home to lakes. Lakes are always a source of peace. The lakes are ideal for fishing, boating, renting a houseboat, or just spending time like that. So today we are going to tell you about the 5 most beautiful lakes in India.


Dal Lake, Kashmir

Dal Lake is beautiful during both summer and winter, also known as the Jewel of Kashmir, Dal Lake is famous for shikaras and houseboats. In addition to taking visitors from the boulevard to the houseboat, or just on a boat ride, there will also be a chance to see Shikara Kashmiri handicrafts. The beauty of the lake has attracted many filmmakers and many films have been shot there.

Pangong Tso The Lake, Ladakh

Located at an altitude of 4000 meters in Ladakh, Pangong Tso is one of the most beautiful lakes and a favorite among filmmakers and tourists. Pangong Tso means long, narrow, and enchanting in Tibetan, and in fact, it lives up to its name. The lake is known to change color when viewed from different angles, so you see different shades of blue, especially at sunrise and sunset. The best way to experience the beauty of this lake is by camping on the banks of the lake and enjoying the beauty under the twinkling stars.

Wular lake

Wular Lake, in the Jammu and Kashmir regions, is one of the largest freshwater lakes in India and the largest in Asia. The green waters of the lake and the snowy peaks all around attract tourists from all over the world. The lake is home to a wide variety of fish and different species of birds and wildlife.


One of the highest altitude lakes in Sikkim Gurudongmar is considered one of the holiest lakes by both Hindus and Buddhists, the blessed water of the lake is believed to have miraculous power. The most interesting thing about this lake is that in winter the entire lake freezes except in one place, which remains unfrozen and is considered very sacred by the devotees. At an altitude of 17800 feet above sea level, the milky-looking lake looks gorgeous in every season.


Songmo lake

Songmo is also known as Changu Lake, with snow-capped mountains behind it. Here the beautiful Jarara looks like heaven. This lake is on the way to the Nathula Pass towards the Indo-China border and is a must-visit place while in Sikkim.