Are you wanting to catch the surreal and magical glimpse of clear blue water, multicoloured mountains and the green patch around the lake, then visit Chandra Taal Lake? A pristine paradise, Chandra Taal lake, based at high-altitude wetlands in parts of Himachal Pradesh, India, is also designated as Ramsar sites.
This lake is beautifully covered by the bed of wildflowers. Chandra Taal lake is also named as “The Moon Lake”, located at an altitude of 14,100 feet in northern areas of Himachal Pradesh. This lake is about 2.5 km wide and is the source of Chandra river that merges into the Bhaga river forming into Chandrabhaga River. As per the Hindu Mythology, Lord Indra took his eldest brother, Yudhishtra in his chariot to heaven.
This lake is considered as one of the best places to enjoy the alluring beauty and magnificent charm with a speechless and breath-taking view of snow-covered mountains. The awe-inspiring high-altitude view, an amazing worthy attraction best place for wanderers and trekkers. You will be galvanized to see the shimmering and changing colour of the lake that changes with the sky colour, will attract your attention which is certainly worth travelling to this place.
Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.