Pangong Lake

(150 KM/4267 M), is about 130 km long, 5-6 km wide, straddling across the border between India & China. The ochre hills of the Change-chenmo range surrounding it from the north provide a spectacular backdrop to the blue and green expanse of its brackish water.

Tsomo-riri Lake

(220 Km/4572m) Set in the desolate landscape of rupshu, is famous as the breeding ground of the rare bare-headed geese, and home to a number of other rare bird species. The small village of Korzok, with its hilltop monastery is the only habitation in the area, which is other wise inhabited by the nomadic Change-pa tribe.

Tsokar Lake

It is renowned for bird watching and is located on Leh - Manali road , migratory birds adorn this lake during summer months.

Copyright © 2011 Ladakh The Shangrila. All Rights Reserved.
Site Designed by Mail Mantra.

eXTReMe Tracker