Leh to Pangong Lake - How to Plan a Road Trip - 2020
Leh to Pangong Lake is a journey that everyone who arrives in this heaven takes to see the most beautiful lake in the country. The blue heaven like lake that stretches for about 134 km between India and China, it is one of the most mesmerizing sights that people from all over the world come to witness while on their trip to Leh-Ladakh.

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Wide by about 5 to 6 km on its broadest point, Pangong is a lake of saline water, with very less vegetation around and limited species of Crustaceans living inside the lake. The most important highlight of the lake, however, is the perfectly still water in the midst of towering snow-capped mountains.

The blue water of the lake reflects the sky and the mountains, making this the most picture perfect in Ladakh. As far as getting to the Pangong Lake from Leh is considered, the main location of Spangmik near the lake is located at about 160 km one way.

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Connected via road, the ride takes one over the Chang La Pass (5,360 m) and the Pagal Naala (The Crazy Stream), before one lands up in Pangong (4,250 m). One of the most picturesque, and one of the most pictured location in the country, Pangong is also one of the most dreamy locations in the country.

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Leh to Pangong Lake Distance

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Leh to Pangong Lake Distance

The distance between the two points depends on the route taken to go from Leh to Pangong Lake. The usual route that takes you through Shey and Chang La, is about 160 km one way. 

The other ways that one has to take through the Nubra Valley take you over either the daunting Wari La Pass or the beautiful and calm Shyok Valley. Both these routes are over 220 km and will need the extra 120 km added to them, as that is the distance between Leh and Diskit.

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Leh to Pangong Lake Route Map & Road Conditions

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Leh to Pangong Lake Route Map & Road Conditions
Getting to Pangong requires an inner line permit that needs to be collected be from Leh. As a result, the only way to get to the Lake is through Leh only.

Getting to Pangong Lake from Leh is not as difficult it may seem as there are simple straight roads that lead you through the region without much confusion. To cut it straight, there are two routes that take you to Pangong Tso, with the other one divided into 2 variations.

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Route1:

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Route1:

Leh – Shey – Karu -Sakti – Chang La -Durbuk – Tangste - Lukung – Spangmik – Pangong Tso

The usually taken route to get to Pangong Tso, this is also the shortest and least troublesome. You start on this route taking you from Leh to Pangong Lake which will take you to the destination, Spangmik in about 6 to 7 hours.

Beginning from Leh, the route takes you first to Shey, the famous village which still houses a 5 century old Palace, the Shey Palace. Built by the then king of Ladakh, the palace is mostly known for housing the largest golden statue of Buddha in the entirety of Ladakh. From here, as you move on the Manali-Leh highway, you hit the junction city of Karu, where the way then leads you east, towards the lake. Driving a mere 9 km from here, you will arrive at a small village called Sakti, which is the home to a colorful and vibrant Takthok Monastery.

The run from here brings the visitors to a high mountain pass called Chang La. At the height of 5,360 m, Chang La is counted amongst some of the highest passes in the world and is an equally important post. So far, the roads are great and made in asphalt, however, the climb is steep and requires a careful drive. 

For about 10 to 15 km before and after the pass, you will find only dirt roads, because of the streams that erupt in the summer season erode it away. With a military post and cafe on the top, Chang La is a place where it is advised to not stay for than 20-25 minutes.

On the last stretch towards the lake, you will find the roads turn rough again till you reach Durbuk, post which the roads appear again. And so do the shops as you come across the major town of Tangtse. A small drive on the narrow roads from here takes you to Spangmik, the last town on the road, especially famous for the scintillating views of the blue lake that the place offers. 

Hence, as a reason, there are a lot of camps and small accommodations that have erupted at this location. This is where you can enjoy the majesty of Pangong at its best.

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Route 2:

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Route 2:
Diskit / Panamik - Khalsar - Agham - Tangyar - Wari La - Tathok - Sakti - Chang La - Durbuk - Tangste - Lukung - Spangmik

This route actually starts from Nubra Valley and is traversed in case someone does not want to return to Leh to go to Pangong, saving a day. Starting from Diskit, the center of Nubra Valley, the route takes to you to Khalsar. This junction village is where the road bifurcates to go to Leh and the Shyok Valley. In the initial days, this road was less known as the adventurers usually went to Leh with no or less knowledge of the inner roads of Ladakh. To this day, these roads are less known and less traveled. 

As you drive further, you will reach another junction village called Agham. The road to your right takes you through Shyok Village, while the one to your left takes you to the offroad heave of Wari La. As you turn right, you need to prepare yourself for some of the toughest roads that you have ever driven on, with a multitude of steep sections and dirt roads. Climbing up to the Wari La Pass is something that will test the metal of any rider. One thing to note about this road is that when the snow starts to melt in the summer seasons, a number of streams erupt on the road, making things even more difficult. While riding on this road during your Leh Ladakh trip, you should be ready to see lesser and lesser number of vehicles, with only prayer flags appearing in a few locations.

The grinding on the dirt road continues till you arrive into the village of Sakti, from where a sharp left brings you on to the Pangong Lake Road. The road will then take you over Chang La, through Durbuk, Tangtse, and Spangmik to finally arrive at Pangong Tso.

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Route 3:

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Route 3:

Diskit/Panamik - Khalsar - Agham - Shyok Village - Durbuk - Tangste - Lukung - Spangmik

Comparatively shorter than the Wari La route, this road may be a straight shot to Durbuk but is one of the most difficult routes that you may have ever drive on. Driving for the most part along the Shyok River, the streams that run into its flow makes things a little more difficult, while the dirt ridden road full of boulders only makes things more adventurous.

The road starts from Diskit, and goes onto Khalsar and then onto Agham, where you take the right turn and prepare yourself for a scenic ride straight to Pangong. The drive continues and you keep crossing the Shyok River a few times before finally arriving at the beautiful village of Shyok. As you arrive here, there is only 70 km of the road left in front of you, which will only take a couple of hours. 

As you keep riding, you will eventually drive into the Pangong road on Durbuk, from where it is only about 50 km to Spangmik. Pangong is a beauty and as you drive on this road, you will see it from a long distance away, pulling you in instantly.

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Best time for Leh to Pangong Lake Trip

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Best time for Leh to Pangong Lake Trip

Taking care of road availability and climate throughout the year, the best time to visit Pangong Tso is during the months of May to September. Although people do visit Pangong lake in the months of winter, one usually finds a thick sheet of ice covering the lake, thick enough to walk on it and that is an adventure in itself.

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How to Reach from Leh

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By Bike/Car

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By Bike/Car

The best, simplest and plain sailing way is to arrive at the beautiful lake in a private car or bike. You get your own pace, your own space, and arrive on your own terms. The beauty is entirely yours to capture, and the vehicle yours to enjoy. 

You can get the cars/bikes from Leh itself or can get it booked from your travel agent. Now, because the road and terrain is pretty rough, try to make sure that you have 4X4 for this journey as your ordinary sedans and hatchbacks won’t make the cut.

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By Bus

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By Bus

Yes, there is a bus that takes you from Leh to Pangong Lake. Although, buses mean that you have to stick to a schedule and follow particular timings, but the excitement of traveling with the locals is something that overtakes every other factor. 

A direct bus that takes you from Leh to Pangong runs every Saturday and Sunday at about 6 AM and brings you to Pangong in the late afternoon. The bus then halts there for the night and then journeys back to Leh the next morning. The fare for the bus is about Rs 250 per person one way.

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By Shared Taxi

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By Shared Taxi
Because of unionization of the travel agents that provide their services, prices for shared taxis and cabs from one place to another are fixed. For a taxi for Pangong Lake to Leh for 2 days, the cab will start from INR 10,500 per car (depends on the make, space, and availabilty)

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Things to Know during Leh - Pangong Lake Trip

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Petrol Pumps on Leh - Pangong Lake Route

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Petrol Pumps on Leh - Pangong Lake Route
Not just most, all of the petrol pumps in Ladakh are located in Leh, and as a result, you will not find any Petrol pumps in Pangong, or on the way to it.  Therefore, it would be a great idea to stock up on petrol or fill the tank to the top. 

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Mechanics on Leh - Pangong Lake Route

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Mechanics on Leh - Pangong Lake Route

You will not find any mechanic on this road so make sure that your vehicle is fully healthy while embarking on this journey of Leh to Pangong Lake.

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Mobile Network Connectivity

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Mobile Network Connectivity

As it is, the beauty of Pangong will make you forget about the existence of mobile phones or connectivity. 

And in this case, it is a good thing that as soon as you leave Leh, the mobile networks disappear. No BSNL/MTNL postpaid, or Airtel work in this zone, so you can enjoy the beauty all on your own.

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Medical Facilities

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Medical Facilities

The only medical facility on the way that you will find is actually in Tangtse, which is about 35 kms from Spangmik. So if you have any condition that would require immediate attention, it is advised that you carry your own personal medication with you. 

Also, because AMS is a looming possibility at such heights, you should also always carry the required medicines for that. Going to Pangong Lake from Leh can trigger a lot of situations, simply because of the sheer height of some of the places that you will be passing through.

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Food Joints/Places to Eat between Leh and Pangong Lake

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Food Joints/Places to Eat between Leh and Pangong Lake
The accommodation facilities at Pangong all provide meals to their guests either included or added to the package. Not just these, there are also small stalls and cafe strewn over the towns of Spangmik and Tangtse.

Now, most of these places will serve either popular snacks like maggi, noodles, or toasts, or will serve you with traditional Tibetan Food. 

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ATMs on Leh - Pangong Lake Route

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ATMs on Leh - Pangong Lake Route
This might come as a shocker, but there are no ATMs in Pangong. And neither does anyone accept any of the cards here. Therefore, it is recommended that you carry extra cash coming in here. You can bring some from home with you, or can collect it at the ATMs in Leh.

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Hotels at Pangong Lake

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The Kora Pangong

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The Kora Pangong
A beautiful campsite beside the blue lake where Tibetan flags welcome all, Kora Pangong has comfortable tents, warm beds, blankets, hygienic washrooms, and a breathtaking view of the lake. The service is promt, the staff polite, and the experience memorable, and that is what puts the place apart from all other service providers. 

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Alpine Huts

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Alpine Huts
With wooden huts that face towards the amazing blue lake, Alpine Huts is known for having insulated rooms, and warm cozy beds. Being as close as 800 m to the lake, the beauty of the view is something that will mesmerize you, and the pleasure of living, dining, and enjoying here will stay with you forever.

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The Pangong Inn

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The Pangong Inn
A deluxe hotel near the lake, Pangong Inn is a favorite of tourists as it provides spacious rooms, modern amenities, delicious and spacious dining, and most of all, a memorable view of Pangong Tso. With ample parking space and solar panels for an eco-friendly stay, Pangong Inn maintains its beauty with the thought of providing the best at the least possible cost. 
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Hermitage At Pangong

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Hermitage At Pangong
If full-length windows and proper luxury are your thing, then the Hermitage at Pangong is the place created perfectly for just you. White cottages sitting close to the lake give the guests a feeling of living on the lake itself, and pretty close to heaven. It is just another level of excitement to sip on a cup of tea as you look at the beautiful Pangong all day long. 

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Camp Redstart

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Camp Redstart
A camp with a garden, Camp Redstart is surely a place that you would love to stay in. With an almost panoramic view of the towering mountains and the blue lake, the place is also pretty affordable to stay in, especially when the place is giving you Deluxe Tents with attached bath and plenty of parking space to park your vehicles at.

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Pangong Retreat

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Pangong Retreat
Finding its place on a platform with a perfect view of the lake, the Pangong Retreat is home to 25 tents, all comfortable and cozy for the guests to enjoy staying in them. You can enjoy the view of the night, the hills and the lake, and unmatched hospitality, all at a really affordable price.

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Camp Martsemik La

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Camp Martsemik La
A perfect example of an eco-friendly campsite, the Camp Martsemik La is home to 34 tastefully decorated tents, all of which have an open verandah to enjoy the view and have several activities in. And when you wake up the next morning, the first sight that you see will be the view of prayer flags waving at you, telling you that you are always welcome. 

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Wonderland Camp

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Wonderland Camp
Much as the name suggests, this camp in the middle of the town of Spangmik is a wondrous place to live in during your stay at Pangong. A 24-hour open front work area, great staff, and a delicious variety of cuisine available make this place heaven, with the added advantage of an open view of the mountains and the blue lake.

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Camp Whispering Camps

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Camp Whispering Camps
Camp Whispering Camps is nestled on the banks of the Lake Pangong in the town of Spangmik. A perfect view of the lake and the mountains as soon as you step out of the tents is what makes the place a great place to stay during your visit to Pangong.

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Safety Tips and Guidelines

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Safety Tips and Guidelines
As with any journey, Pangong Lake from Leh is definitely something that will excite you to the core, but will also come with a set of its own precautions. You must always keep the following things in mind while making the trip.

- Always keep your papers handy and keep a few copies with you just in case of a mishap. 

- It is advised that you keep your personal medication always with you in case you may need it urgent. This is because of two reasons:
1) you may not find it in Ladakh
2) there is no medical facility on the way apart from the one at Tangtse.

- Cash is equally as important because the only ATMs are in Leh, and the places near Pangong do not accept cards.
 
- Dress according to the weather around. The altitude is really high and if you are someone who has not been at that height before, prepare yourself.
 
- Keep yourself hydrated as dehydration is not only the first symptom of AMS, it is also the first contributor to it. Especially during the journey from Leh to Pangong Lake, as you will be passing higher altitudes like at Changla Pass, make sure you take enough water.

- It is really dangerous to wander in these areas on your own, so
1) always stay with or within the sights of your entourage
2) if you are traveling alone, do not stray onto places you don’t know about.

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11 July 2019
Excellent
We went for Manali to srinagar Bike tour. It was the best bike trip of my entire life. It all started with the person named Shubham from thrillophilia who helped me in selecting the best trip and processed with my booking, all thanks to him! Without him I wouldn’t have been able to experience the best trip of my life. On arrival there we met our tour guide Tani and our Mechanic Shashi. These 2 guys were so supportive during the entire tour that no matter what happened they were always there to look after us. They always made sure we are safe and we are following them and there is no overtaking taking place. Tani, the tour guide, one chilled out person he is! Make sure you get him as your tour guide and Shashi as the mechanic as these guys will always make sure that they are there for you no matter what. And in the end, it’s all the Main man behind everything, Jimmy Sir. Thanks a lot Sir for making me experience the best trip of my life! Without you and your team this wouldn’t have been possible. Thanks for helping us out in every way possible. The roads here are difficult terrain to ride on. You gotta be careful. You gotta carry your gum boots during water logging which is the most difficult to cross. But these guys made sure that we were all safe and had sound health till we reached home. Not even a single person was hurt. Our group was a mixture of all age groups, I’m fact we even got to meet 2 people From the Indian navy as well. One mad kickass experience! Unbelievable. Reaching the worlds highest Pass, Khardungla Top, was the highest achievement of my life till date which happened on this trip! And if at all you wish to go, don’t forget to ask Tani and Shashi as your tour guide and mechanic, and go only through Jimmy Sir as he has the best team! Thanks a lot to everyone out there.
12 July 2018
Excellent
From Recent Expedition -: Srinagar > Leh > Manali !! The feeling was awesome and words are not enough to express my experience of the expedition, but ever since I talked about it, it makes me feel that I’m still travelling, I’m still there. I had been a frequent traveller, but the emotions associated with this tour were different. We enjoyed, we had fun, we went emotional, we met some new friends, we felt proud, we captured every possible feelings and emotions we can during the entire journey.
12 July 2018
Excellent
From Recent Expedition -: Srinagar > Leh > Manali !! The feeling was awesome and words are not enough to express my experience of the expedition, but ever since I talked about it, it makes me feel that I’m still travelling, I’m still there. I had been a frequent traveller, but the emotions associated with this tour were different. We enjoyed, we had fun, we went emotional, we met some new friends, we felt proud, we captured every possible feelings and emotions we can during the entire journey. We passed through all the ranges of the Great Himalayas, starting from the Shivalik, Karakoram & Pir Panjal. The memories of “late night road journey from Jammu to Srinagar risking our life while crossing South Kashmir (Known for Terrorist activities), early morning (4 am) shopping at Awantipora, Dal Lake, Shankracharya Temple, Srinagar Market, Lunch @Lal Chowk, Eid Celebrations, Shalimar Garden, Noon & Kahwa Tea, Sonmarg, War Zone (Kargil, Drass &Batalik), Oldest Gompa Lamayuru, Rafting at World’s highest point (Zanskar river), Pathar Sahib Gurudwara, Leh Palace, gruelling terrain & passes(Zoji La (3528 Mtrs), Namki La (3815 Mtrs), Fotu La (4108 Mtrs),World’s highest Motorable road – Khardungla (5359 Mtrs), Nakee La (4739 Mtrs), Tanglang La ( 5328 Mtrs), Bara-lacha (4890 Mtrs) & Chang La (5360 Mtrs)), Crazy bath in Pangong Tso lake (-4 °C), cute Marmot, Yak, Deer & Pashmina Goats at Changthang Wildlife sanctuary, snow-capped Karakoram Ranges, Sand dunes at Nubra Valley, Diskit Monastery, the Gata loops (22 hairpin bends) at 4190 Mtrs elevation on Pang – Sarchu road, Suraj Taal, Whiskey & Brandy Nallah, Picturesque Jispa, Hiking at 4350 Mtrs Himalayan ranges and driving alongside the rivers across the two states” are never gonna fade away !! Thanks to Thrillophilia for making this trip awesome & memorable one.
24 June 2018
Excellent
Your Destination would be a dream until you come out and step ahead to it and experience. Leh-Manali Bike ride is one such vibe which will resonate for many years to come. Here the journey was more scintillating then achieving those milestones and Thrillophilia ensured we had great time by organising it perfectly to last mile would like to thank Tarun and Chitransh. Tani and Amit who were our Tour Leaders were just amazing with their hospitality to the care taken through out the ride. Ride at Khardungla Pass, Gata Loops, Zing Zing Bar, Barlachala were just amazing.
07 March 2017
Excellent
Such an amazing bike ride, challenging but with thrill till the end. Make sure that you are prepared to prevent the cold, the rough wind, the altitude sickness etc because even the symptoms of sickness will affect your trip. Khardung La Pass is quite a challenging one, also there are different shorter and longer passes throughout the journey. The service was also nice, not many complaints. The guides will know the place better because they are doing it for long. But still keep the track of the route before you start the trip. The guide was nice to us, keeping everything coordinated. The accommodation and food were also flawless to me.
16 March 2020
Superb
The Thrillophilia team has surpassed all of my expectations! I was initially apprehensive about the Parang La trek because of the altitude and the difficulty, but Thrillophilia made sure I had no issue at all! Everything was taken care of, and the guide was just brilliant. For any further treks, Thrillophilia is my go-to website and the one I’ll always recommend!
21 January 2020
Excellent
Leh Ladakh's location had everything that you dreamed about. It had ice (lots and lots of ice), even when I was sleeping battling the cold at night I was could see those ice sheet right in front of my eyes. but the most exciting part was that we were never complaining even under these extreme conditions. the food offered was very tasty. everything was perfectly planned by the thrillophilia team. Awesome experience !!
18 January 2020
Excellent
You will feel the true sense of the word FREEZE when you visit Pangong Tso. That said, the view you're experiencing is simply breathtaking. The sky and lake colors compliment each other absolutely. I saw so many shades of blue that day and the hue of the lake continued to change every hour. I think you might find the right words for a poet or writer to explain this phenomenon. Although no explanation is appropriate for this location, if you're fortunate enough, I'd suggest you'll have the chance to click with your camera on the ultimate images.
18 January 2020
Excellent
Most magnificent Indian Lake.. Any adventure & nature lover must once in a lifetime visit this place. I felt like I was entering a fantasy land when I saw the lake from a distance. The lake surrounded by mountains that look perfect looks like painted picture. This lake has different shades of colors. Blue sky, white snow and vivid water combine to make you forget everything. The lake is so serene, the water is so pure that you'd be afraid to touch it, so it could get polluted. The more you marvel at it the more it becomes beautiful.
18 January 2020
Excellent
I have traveled extensively in India over the last 1o years, and have always wanted to visit Ladakh. The scenic beauty is beyond words, it seems like the almighty chose this place to have it all, rocky crags, snow-clad mountains, rivers, hot springs and many more. And how can I miss Tso Moriri visiting this lake was a jaw-dropping experience when I reached there I was awestruck, Beautiful mountains, Sunshine, cool winds, and of-course the Lake. Mind-blowing experience. Thumbs up for the services provided in this tour by Thrillophilia.

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