1 Dal Lake
Dal Lake, considered the pride of Kashmir tourism, is the most popular attraction of Srinagar. Its extraordinary charm and exquisite surroundings attract tourists from all over the world. It is also the second largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir spread over 15kms, which offers a panoramic view of the majestic mountains and beautiful surroundings.
2 Loktak Lake
Loktak is the largest lake in the region, but what makes it unique is its collection of flumdis.This iconic lake is located in Bishunpur district at a distance of 53 km from Imphal. The lake is home to 233 species of aquatic plants, more than 100 species of birds, and 425 species of animals.
3 Lake Pichola
One of the oldest and largest lakes of Udaipur, Lake Pichola is world famous for its picturesque beauty and the surrounding sights. Pichola Lake is covered with lofty palaces, temples, bathing ghats and high hills around it. There are many islands within this lake. Jag Mandir, the famous tourist destination of Udaipur, is also a part of this lake.
4 Tsongmo Lake
Tsongmo Lake, is a snow-capped lake in Sikkim and is located at an altitude of 12,310 feet and 40 kilometers from the city of Gangtok. The name Tsomgo means 'source of water' and also known as Changu Lake. It is one of the few higher and higher lakes of India. The lake becomes more attractive with reflections of the surrounding hills on the water.
5 Chilika Lake
Chilika Lake is Asia's largest internal saltwater lake, a paradise on earth for bird watchers and nature lovers. This lake also has the world's largest living ecosystem, which means that a wide variety of flora and fauna can be seen here.
6 Wular Lake
The Wular lake in Kashmir is counted among the largest freshwater bodies present in the Asiatic continent. The lake lies between the towns of Sopur and Bandippore, in Sangrama. It is spread over a total area of about 200 sq km, with a length of about 24 km, while its width is 10 km. Wullar Lake has been blessed with the ethereal beauty of nature, making it an attractive place for every photography lover.
7 Damdama Lake
Damdama Lake in Sohna district of the Indian state of Haryana. Damdama Lake is a small lake in Haryana and was formed when a stone and earthen dam built by the British in 2019 was constructed for rainwater harvesting. This Lake is the perfect place to go for a boating or day tour, the weekend getaway from Delhi.
8 Suraj Tal Lake
Suraj Tal Lake is one such lake in Himachal Pradesh. Located at an altitude of 4950 meters above sea level, the lake is considered the third highest in India. It is created by the streams of the Bhaga river. Suraj Tal Lake is best for road trips, trekking and motorcycling. Motorists can catch a glimpse of the lake on the most famous Manali-Leh Trail.