15 Lakes in Jammu & Kashmir You Must Visit in 2024
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Jammu Kashmir Lakes

Dal Lake, Wular Lake, Nigeen Lake, Mansar Lake, Gadsar Lake, Manasbal Lake, Gangabal Lake, Kausar Nag Lake, Vishanshar Lake and many more.

akes in Jammu and Kashmir are awe-inspiring in their natural splendor, making them an instant draw for visitors from all over the globe. Reflecting the sun's rays, they are treasured possessions that offer more than just scenic beauty.

Jammu Kashmir lakes are well-known around the world for their recreational opportunities, which include hiking, camping, fishing, and so on. Ranging from freshwater to saltwater to hot springs, they entice tourists to relax, rejuvenate, or enjoy a nature retreat. While Sheshnag Lake is well-known for its religious significance, Dal and Nigeen Lakes are well-known for their shikara rides, houseboat stays, and birdwatching opportunities. Many lakes, including Gadsar Lake, Vishansar Lake, Nund Kol, and others, are popular for angling, fishing, trekking, and camping. Mansar and Tulian Lakes, on the other hand, draw visitors because of their boating opportunities. 

With their beautiful houseboats, blossoming gardens, and water sports activities surrounded by majestic mountain ranges, all of these lakes contribute to the state's uniqueness. Visiting any of these lakes will undoubtedly make your vacation memorable. 

Here are some of the beautiful Lakes in Jammu & Kashmir:

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Dal Lake

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Dal Lake is one of the most picturesque lakes in Jammu and Kashmir and is known as Srinagar's Jewel or the Jewel in Kashmir's Crown. This lake, nestled among the majestic Himalayas, is famous for its amazing houseboats and refreshing shikara rides.

Seeing the sunset while sailing over these wooden boats is an unforgettable experience. Dal Lake is the second-largest lake in Kashmir Valley and is also mythologically significant. Another attraction of this lake is the sacred Shiva Temple. Swimming, kayaking, surfing, canoeing, and fishing are among the watersports available here. 

Boulevard Road, Srinagar 190001, Jammu and Kashmir 

How to reach:
It is situated 11 km away from Dharamshala. Book a cab from your hotel or airport to reach the lake.

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Wular Lake

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Wular Lake, one of Asia's largest freshwater lakes, is a must-see attraction in Kashmir near Srinagar. Boating and various water sports events bring adventurers here to enjoy thrills in beautiful surroundings.

Wular Lake, one of India's 26 wetlands fed by the Jhelum River, attracts both locals and tourists. This attraction is ideal for those seeking a peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. A walk around the lake is relaxing and rejuvenating, but you can also explore the area by boat and pedal your way through the waters. 

: Bandipora District, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir 

How to reach
: It is 60 km from Srinagar city and easy to reach by private car or a hired cab.

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Nigeen Lake

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Nigeen Lake is an offshoot of Dal Lake connected by a small causeway. The lake is located east of Srinagar in the foothills of the Zabarwan Mountain. It is bounded on the south by Shankaracharya Hill and on the west by Hari Parbat.

Nigeen Lake is surrounded by lovely willow and poplar trees, it is amongst the most popular lakes in Jammu and Kashmir that draw tourists for its serenity and surroundings. Home to a large number of houseboats and shikaras, it offers thrilling opportunities for water skiing, motorboating, sailing, and much more. 

: Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir.

How to reach
: It is connected to Dal Lake by a causeway and the only way to reach the lake is by foot or a two-wheeler.

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Mansar Lake

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Forested hills surround Mansar Lake, making it a nature retreat. In addition to being a nice spot for a picnic, its beautiful environment makes it a great place to go for boating as well. The annual Food and Crafts Festival, which takes place here, is another major attraction. Tourists come from all around the world to be part of the festival.

The lake is also a sacred site because of the presence of several ancient temples on the lakefront. It is amongst the most favored Jammu Kashmir lakes for those who crave nature. 

: Buttal, Jammu 182127, Jammu and Kashmir 

How to reach
: It is 62 km away from Jammu. You can reach here either by car, taxi, or bus.

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Gadsar Lake

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Gadsar Lake is one of the most scenic alpine Jammu Kashmir lakes. Situated at an elevation of 13,750 ft, this lake is ideal for nature photographers to capture some extraordinary shots. The lakes' emerald water reflects the surrounding mountains, clouds, and trees, presenting a sight to behold.

The lake is full of brown trout, offering a great opportunity for fishermen to get out on the water and have some fun. It lies on the Great Lakes Trek and is an incredible place to experience some real thrills. 

: Sonmarg, Ganderbal, Kashmir Valley, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: The lake is accessible via the Gadsar Pass. One has to trek 15 to 25 km (depending upon the route) to reach the lake.

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Manasbal Lake

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Renowned as the 'Supreme Gem of all Lakes in Kashmir', it is one of the most gorgeous lakes in Jammu and Kashmir. This is Kashmir's deepest lake, and the presence of lovely lotus blossoms adds to its allure. It got its name after the holy lake of Mansarovar and the 'Jharokha' erected by Nur Jahan in the Mughal Garden overlooks the lake. Darogabagh Fort and the Jharokha Garden, which are located on the northern side of Lake Baikal are its other attractions.

Tourists can also go boating, water skiing, fishing, and more while enjoying the area's natural splendor. 

: Safapora, Ganderbal, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: Lake around 32 km from Srinagar. Rent a car and follow the route to Shadipur, Nasim, and Ganderbal from Srinagar.

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Gangabal Lake

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Situated at 3570 m at the base of Mount Harmukh, Gangabal Lake is home to a variety of fishes. Lush meadows and towering mountains wrapped in whimsical clouds surround the lake. Apart from fishing, one can enjoy nature and horse riding here at Harmukh Ganga Lake.

From Zaj Pass, you'll be able to see the lake in all its glory. It is one of the most unique lakes in Jammu and Kashmir in terms of views for nature lovers and activities for adventure seekers.

: Ganderbal, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: Hire a car from Srinagar to Naranag via Ganderbal. From there, either trek or horse ride for 13 km to the lake.

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Kausar Nag Lake

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Kausar Nag or Konsarnag, is a high-altitude oligotrophic lake in the Pir Panjal Range of Himalayan mountains. The lake is one of the largest in the region and is around 2 miles in length and half a mile in width at its widest point.

Located at 3,700 ft above sea level, it takes you past the world-renowned waterfall of Aharbal. A treasure trove of healing herbs like dhoop, koth, and pamsalan, listing it amongst the most significant Jammu and Kashmir lakes.

: Noorabad, Kulgam District, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
:  Arrive in Aharbal via car from Srinagar, passing through Anantnag and Kulgam, and then trek for 23 km to reach the lake.

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Vishansar Lake

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One of the high-altitude lakes in Jammu and Kashmir, Vishansar Lake is located near Sonmarg at a height of 3,710m. While one side of the lake is dominated by imposing peaks, the other is bordered by lush green meadows. Besides its natural beauty, the summer fishing prospects for trout and mahseer attract tourists.

Winter freezes over the lake, making it absolutely stunning. If you're looking for an opportunity to recharge your spirit and relax your thoughts, here is the place for you. 

: Near Nichnai Pass, Sonamarg, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: Hire a taxi from Srinagar to Shitkadi. Then trek or pony ride for about 35 km via Nichnai Pass to the lake.

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Krishansar Lake

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Kishansar Lake, located near Sonamarg at about 4,000 m, is surrounded by lush meadows and is overshadowed by snow-capped mountains. It's worth noting that the lake's color changes according to the time of day. Adjacent to it are the Gadsar Pass and Vishansar Lake, both of which are renowned trekking destinations.

Krishansar Lake is one of the most picturesque glacial lakes in Jammu and Kashmir and is a must-see for anglers, nature enthusiasts, trekkers, and those seeking an escape from the mundane! 

: Near Nichnai Pass, Sonamarg, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: To reach the lake via Nichnai Pass, take a taxi from Srinagar to Shitkandi village and then trek or pony ride for around 35 km.

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Nund Kol Lake

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Nundkol is one of the renowned Gangabal Lake's twin lakes. It is located at the base of Mt. Harmukh, which is revered by the people as a sacred mountain. It is an oligotrophic mountain lake that offers breathtaking views and is an ideal camping spot.

During the summer, many villagers travel from Naranag to this lake and spend a few days camping on the bank of this lovely lake. It is also famous amongst trekkers and anglers for its beautiful views and abundance of fish. 

: Ganderbal, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: Take a 65 km motorable route from Srinagar to the Naranag trekking camp via Ganderbal and Wayil. Then trek for about 14 km from there to the lake.

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Sheshnag Lake

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Sheshnag Lake, according to legend, belonged to Sheshnag, the serpent king, and was created by the Lord himself. It is a sacred site for Hindu pilgrims and the majority of visitors here are devotees on their way to the Amarnath Cave.

Sheshnag Lake is one of the high-altitude Jammu Kashmir lakes that offers a variety of adventure activities such as angling, trekking, and so on. It is an ideal spot for nature enthusiasts and photographers. Situated at a height of 3590 m, the lake is oligotrophic and the water is safe to drink.  

: Anantnag, Kashmir Valley, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: From Srinagar, drive to Chandanwari and then hike or pony ride for 7 km to the lake.

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Brari Nambal Lake

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Situated at Shehr-e-Khas, the BrariNambal, also known as Bab Demb, is a small body of water that has a channel leading to the Dal Lake. It is locally known as the lagoon of pristine Dal Lake. Sultan Zain-ul-Abideen, the great king of Kashmir, built the lagoon as a showcase of his engineering prowess. Budshah was so taken by the glistening Brari Nambal that he constructed hamams (bathrooms) for herbal baths along its banks.

It is a well-known tourist attraction in Srinagar's downtown area and the government has begun a beautification drive of the lake to attract more tourists. 

: Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: You can hire a private taxi from your hotel or anywhere in Srinagar to reach this lake.

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Gil Sar Lake

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Gilsar Lake is a freshwater lake located 1582 m above sea level in Srinagar. It measures around 0.6 km in length and 0.2 km in width. Although the Lake is a part of Khushalsar, the Gil Kadal bridge separates it. It is connected to the Nigeen lake by Nallah Amir Khan.

It is one of the most popular Jammu Kashmir lakes among tourists who come to appreciate the pure nature and photograph the breathtaking surroundings. Following the government's beautifying efforts, it regained its vibrancy and became a magnet for both locals and tourists.

:  Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: Take a private taxi from your hotel in Srinagar to reach this lake.

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Tulian Lake

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Located 3353 m above sea level, Tulian Lake is a picturesque and panoramic place among the numerous lakes in Jammu and Kashmir. This lake in Pahalgam is nestled between the Zanskar and Pir Panjal mountain ranges and provides breathtaking views of the surrounding peaks along with crystal clear waters.

With floating ice chunks and meadows filled with pine forests, this lake offers a surreal experience. The hike to the lake is strenuous, with several steep ascents, but the breathtaking mountain scenery and tranquil surroundings make every effort worthwhile. 

: Pahalgam, Kashmir Valley, Jammu and Kashmir

How to Reach
: First travel 90 km by car from Srinagar through Anantnag to Pahalgam. It is a 16 km trek or pony ride from Pahalgam to the lake. 

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People Also Ask About Jammu and Kashmir

  1. Which are the best places to visit in Kashmir on honeymoon?

    1. Srinagar: The Summer Capital of Jammu and Kashmir is one of the most beautiful places in Kashmir for honeymoon couples to visit. Srinagar's surreal environment, Shikar rides, houseboat stays, architectural marvels, and spectacular beauty can captivate anyone.

    2. Sonamarg: Known as the 'Land of Gold,' this quaint valley offers spectacular views of the countryside and allows you to catch glimpses of the region's surreal natural beauty while partaking in a variety of fun-filled activities.

    3. Gulmarg: The most popular skiing destination in India, Gulmarg is a nature lover's and adventurer's paradise. Boasting snow-covered peaks and snow-blanketed slopes, it is well-known for romantic vibes and peaceful atmosphere.

    4. Pahalgam: Located at the confluence of the Lidder River and Sheshnag Lake, it is surrounded by pine forest and offers breathtaking views of the lush meadows. You can have a romantic experience here by participating in thrilling activities and relaxing in stunning surroundings.

    5. Betaab Valley: Imagine yourself strolling through the woods with the love of your life, spending quality time on the bank of the chilly Lidder River, which flows from the valley. Betaab Valley is a true paradise, surrounded by lush green meadows and dense vegetation, which adds up perfectly for a honeymoon.

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  2. What are the best things to do in Kashmir?

    1. Shikara Ride: Relax and take in the splendor of the majestic mountains as your boatman whisks you across Dal Lake, one of the most beautiful lakes in Jammu and Kashmir. Away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, a shikara ride will rejuvenate you.

    2. Houseboat Stay: Among the greatest things to do in Kashmir is to spend a night on a houseboat anchored at the Dal Lake jetty. Whether you're a honeymooner, a family, or a solo traveler, enjoying special moments while floating through pristine waters on one of Srinagar's houseboats is an experience you must not miss.

    3. Gondola Ride: Riding the Gondola cable car is a thrilling and enjoyable activity for people of all ages in Kashmir. It is the best way to witness the spectacular views of the snow capped peaks.

    4. Sightseeing: A trip to Jammu and Kashmir can not be complete without exploring the architectural, historical, and natural sites. Srinagar, Pahalgam, Gulmarg, and Sonamarg are the most popular destinations in Kashmir, and all these cities have abundant stunning attractions to explore.

    5. Trying Kashmiri Cuisine: One of the most important things to do in Kashmir is to sample the indigenous cuisine. Varieties range from Kashmiri Kahwa (tea) to Lamb Mutton Rogan Josh, Nadroo Yakhni, Paneer Chaman, and Dum Aloo.

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  3. How many lakes are there in Jammu and Kashmir?

    There are 27 lakes in Jammu and Kashmir, all of which are tranquil and enticing to tourists and locals alike because of their beautiful surroundings and refreshing atmosphere.

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  4. Which is the largest lake in Jammu and Kashmir?

    Wular Lake is the largest of Jammu Kashmir lakes and one of Asia's largest freshwater lakes. It is located in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora/Baramulla district.

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  5. What is the best time to visit Kashmir?

    As a year-round location, the best time to visit Kashmir depends on your objectives for visiting this natural haven of peace and tranquility. April to August is the perfect time of year if you want to avoid the sweltering summer heat and enjoy a peaceful vacation. To enjoy snow activities, you should visit during the winter months of November through February.

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