Top 5 stunning lakes of India !
Top 5 stunning lakes of India !

style="text-align: justify;">Travelling is always a great experience especially when it is stress free. Who doesn’t like to go for a break? But it is not within everyone’s reach to select the best getaways, isn’t it? No worries. Be it the unearthly hues of Ladakh’s Pangong Lake or the cultural vibrancy of Srinagar’s Dal Lake— we have selected the best place for you to visit and that also in India.

Pack your bags, pull up your socks and get ready to experience the most amazing places in India:

Dal Lake in Srinagar: Dal Lake is the most beautiful lake that shines like a mirror-like sheet of water gleaming radiantly under the harsh rays of the sun. Do not miss out houseboats linked along its shores.

Bhimtal(22 kms  from  Nainital): Bhimtal is the largest lake in the area having royal mountains, lush green surroundings, clear blue skies, and the gleaming waters for luring tourists.

Lake Pichola in Udaipur: Have you ever thought that evenings can be better at Udaipur as well? You get to enjoy a picturesque boat cruise along the famous Lake Pichola.

Lonar Crater Lake in Maharashtra: This lake is a prehistoric natural wonder that was formed 50,000 years ago. It is more popular amongst offbeat travellers. You will find the area much more peaceful and soothing with a shallow green lake at its bottom with wilderness spread all around.

Gurudongmar Lake in Sikkim: Gurudongmar Lake in Sikkim attracts travelers with its simplicity. It is considered to be sacred by the locals, which is set against the backdrop of snow-capped mountains.  

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