The most attractive lakes to visit in India

Are you dreaming of incredible places to visit amid lockdown blues? Then, you can go and explore the lakes in the country that are purely magical. Lakes in India presents an enchanting view with their deep blue still water and glittering reflections. Lakes are mostly nestled gracefully in the majestic mountains and dense forests. An idyllic sight to behold! The crystal clear water bodies mirror the tranquil atmosphere and soothe your soul endlessly. Fall in love with these beautiful lakes in India and click the best travel postcard of your lifetime! 

Fondly referred to as the city of Lakes, Udaipur, with its serene lakes, captivates travellers from different places. Lake Pichola is an artificial lake situated in the heart of Udaipur city and remains the top tourist destinations in the city. Lake Pichola offers a panoramic view of magnificent temples, palaces, islands, and ghats. Experience the heritage charm and grandeur of Udaipur while boating on the lake! Also, feast your eyes on the remarkable sight of sunrise and sunset! 

Lake Pichola

Lake Pichola

Dal Lake

Dal Lake sits prettily in Srinagar and holds a special place in the Kashmir tourism industry. A boulevard speckled with Mughal-era gardens, ferry boats, restaurants encompass Dal Lake. A ferry boat ride across the still water will make you appreciate why it’s called heaven on earth. Relish the exquisite beauty of Dal Lake! The gorgeous Shikaras in Dal Lake also sell authentic Kashmiri artefacts, fruits, and flowers. 

Dal Lake

Pangong Tso

Located at an altitude of 4,350 m, Pangong Tso is the world’s highest briny water lake. Drive through the scenic mountains of Leh to reach Pangong Lake. The lake stretches around 160 km and a significant area of the water body lies in China. The resonant blue water in the backdrop of dusty mountains flaunts a spectacular view! Pangong Tso shows different attractive shades of blue, green, and red during various seasons. Pangong Lake is a real gem for travel photographers!

Pangong Tso

Vembanad Lake

Vembanad Lake is set in the charming backwaters of Kumarakom. Flanked by coconut groves and lush greeneries, Vembanad Lake is endowed with stunning natural beauty. The long-stretching water bodies combined with the chill breeze will make for an ideal holiday in Kerala. Experience a memorable houseboat stay and immerse in the composed atmosphere of Vembanad. Further, the snake boat race conducted every year in Vembanad Lake enthrals several visitors.

Vembanad Lake

Bhimtal Lake

The resplendent Bhimtal Lake is situated in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. Add in the Verdant green mountains and pleasant weather, Bhimtal Lake just amazes travellers. Just take a stroll along the lake or enjoy a boat trip across its pristine water. The Bhimtal Lake is also ideal for bird watching during the spring and autumn seasons. The lake also has a little island in the middle to offer a mesmerizing travel experience.

Bhimtal Lake

Chandratal Lake 

Chandratal Lake that translates into Moon Lake, is located at a height of 4,300 m in the spectacular Himalayan ranges. The place is a trekker’s paradise as it offers phenomenal views en route to the trek. The lake offers a glimpse of dark blue shade while the snow sheathes the surrounding mountains. In addition, the reflection of snow-covered peaks in the water always makes for a remarkable vista! 

Chandratal Lake

Plan a memorable trip to these breathtaking lakes in India when travel resumes again. Just wait for a little while and admire the sheer beauty of these lakes!

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