The lakes from our list can be an extraordinary, most exotic and beautiful lakes in India which you visit at least once in your life. so here are most beautiful lakes in India you must visit.
1. Wular Lake
Wular Lake is one of the largest fresh water lakes in India and the largest in Asia, is located in Jammu and Kashmir. It is measures 24 kms across and surrounded by towering mountains, The green water of the Wular Lake is an important natural habitat for fish, a rich population of birds and wildlife.
2. Loktak Lake
Loktak lake is the largest freshwater lake situated in Manipur. This lake is often termed as floating lake and is the ancient lake which has been a great source of economy for Manipur. Loktak lake generates hydro power generation, irrigation supply and is a wildlife source.
3. Damdama Lake-Haryana
Considered as one of the weekend getaway terminus in and around Delhi, the lake that framed when a stone and earthen dam developed by the British in 1947, the Lake that encased generally a range of 3,000 sections of land, Damdama Lake is one of the greatest natural lakes in Haryana.
4. Dal Lake
Dal lake is the most beautiful lake in Kashmir and is surrounded with natural beauty, landscape. Dal lake is considered as the most beautiful lake in Kashmir and is the major source of tourism. Dal lake is located in Srinagar , the city famous for mosques.
5. Gurudongmar Lake-Sikkim
Arranged at an elevation of 17,800 feet over the ocean level, the Lake that considered as one the most holy lakes by the Buddhists and Hindus indistinguishable, the most delightful and awe inspiring lake remains milky in color throughout the year.
This lake is situated in Udaipur, and thanks to the Indian government is considered as the “city of lakes”. If you’re in Udaipur and don’t go for a boating at Pichola lake then you have definitely committed a sin. Boats depart from Rameshwar Ghat in the City Palace gardens.
Chilka Lake is the brackish water lake and is the largest coastal lake in India. The Chilka Lake in situated in Orissa and is Asia’s largest inland salt-water lagoon. Brackish water is water that has more salinity than fresh water, but not as much as seawater.
If you visit Kerala, you must live by its waters! This pond is an enchanting picnic spot and provides services like fishing, sightseeing etc. The lake also offers houseboat cruises to make your stay a special one. This serene place comes into the limelight during onam season.
Bhimtal lake is the most beautiful lake situated in Nainital and is the major attraction for tourists. The lake is named after second Pandava named Bhima. Bhimtal lake is considered as the largest lake in Nainital. Bhimtal lake is surrounded by Kumaoun hills.
Commonly known as Bhojtal, this pond is considered as the largest in the western parts of India. The lake also provides facilities like sailing, paddling, cruise and more.