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Pangong Tso

Leh, India
+91 94696 82870
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6-Day Himalayan Ladakh Tour: Buddhist Monasteries Lakes and Yaks from Leh
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“heaven on earth” (150 reviews)
“blue lake” (56 reviews)
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Reviewed yesterday

Can'r define in words. But I'll suggest to stay for atleast a night. a perfect sunset, stars all constellations, 3 color water, stone houses, camping and many more.

Thank Siddharthg86
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Our recent trip to the "Land of high passes" Ladhak was a memorable one. A big extended thank you to Irfan and Javed for their warm hospitality. After all its about good, old-fashioned hospitality and a great atmosphere that makes your holiday an exciting one....More

Thank Rohith S
Reviewed yesterday

Before even planning my visit I knew it would be crowded as every other tourist has Pangong on his itinerary, anyways I had to do it so I went there and stayed at Camp Bluewater which was good too. Overall it was a good experience...More

Thank Rahul D
Reviewed yesterday

Pangong Lake, is an endorheic lake in the Himalayas situated at a height of about 4,350 m (14,270 ft). It is 134 km long and extends from India to China. Approximately 60% of the length of the lake lies in China. The beauty of this...More

Thank SahilChrungu
Reviewed yesterday

Thankfully the place is clean and the lake with the mountains around seems straight out of paradise. The movie three idiots was shot here so we have locals who have made use of some of the props to make some money and you can get...More

Thank Usha K
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The journey from leh to pangong was the most beautiful journey for me..u have to cross changla pass to reach there..we have stayed there in camp near the lake for one night..it was very cold at night due to heavy winds..there was no security issue...More

Thank neha9107
Reviewed 2 days ago

Stay at the Hermitage..A little expensive but worth the stay..sit, sip tea and just watch the colours of the lake change. A long walk along the lake with Sea Gulls flying around...Yes...Sea Gulls..I was surprised too the first time I went.

Thank _amisraa
Reviewed 2 days ago

long way to see a lake but worth it in the end , very close to Chinese border , once in a life time experience. people must keep this place clean as the army keeps us reminding .

Thank _hardevkalsi
Reviewed 3 days ago

One of the best places i have ever been, this is not to be missed in case if you are in Leh. The lake is said to be in 70% China and 30% India, it changes colour during the course of the day from Blue...More

Thank painulyhimanshu
Reviewed 3 days ago

Pangong Tso was the pearl of Ladakh till mass-tourism has 'discovered' the lake. Tented camps and lodges are erected along its shore with toilets directly draining into the lake - no action is taken by authorities. Enfield 'Easy Riders' with their noisy motor-bikes (now very...More

Thank Otto P
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