At an altitude of over 15,200 feet, this lake boasts stunning mountain views and an intriguing characteristic: it never fully dries up or freezes, making it sacred to Buddhists in Tibet and India.
Nestled amidst lush green forests, Chandubi Lake is a haven for birdwatchers during winter, featuring a natural lagoon that invites fishing and rowing.
The largest lake in Mizoram resides within the Palak Wildlife Sanctuary, surrounded by rich flora and fauna, including rare plant species.
Northeast India's largest freshwater lake is famous for its floating islands known as phumdis, and is home to the endangered Sangai, or Manipur brow-antlered deer.
Situated at a breathtaking elevation of 5,430 meters in the Great Himalayas, it's a divine experience, especially from March to June.
Shaped like a foot, it's not just a picturesque spot but a place of spiritual significance to the people of Latsum village.
Revered as a holy lake, it's surrounded by legends and myths, offering pristine beauty, trekking trails, and colorful yaks and mules.
Translating to "Lake of Mustard," it's the second-largest lake in Mizoram, featuring a pisciculture center and a holiday resort for travelers.
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