Amazing: This lake of India changes color many times a day, why it is called The Moon Lake
There are many such places in India which are very much liked by the tourists of the country and abroad. Natural beauty is seen in India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari. These places include the inaccessible district of Himachal Pradesh, Lahaul-Spiti. Thousands of tourists come every year to see the natural beauty of this place. Beautiful valleys, glaciers, and high mountains attract tourists. The very beautiful lakes here are the center of attraction.
It is believed that the Chandratal Lake located here is the best camping site. By coming here, tourists feel very close to nature. This lake is also known as The Moon Lake. Chandratal Lake, one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, is situated at an altitude of 14100 feet above sea level. With the onset of the winter season, the process of snowfall starts here, due to which this place is closed for three to four months.
That's why this lake is considered special
If you know about the water of this lake, you will be surprised. The specialty of this lake is that its water changes its color thrice a day. This lake is also known by the name of 'Lake of Fresh Water'. This lake also holds religious significance for the local people of Lahaul-Spiti.
This lake is situated a short distance from Spiti and Kullu valley. It is on an island, due to which it looks like a crescent moon, due to which people also call it The Moon Lake. The water of this lake is so clear that it shines like a mirror. It is said that this area of the lake was once an important place of Tibet and Ladakhi traders visiting Spiti and Kullu. Now, this lake attracts the whole world towards it.