Pangong Lake in Ladakh-A complete travel guide#iloveladakh

Tripoto
1st Oct 2019
Photo of Pangong Lake in Ladakh-A complete travel guide#iloveladakh by Sankalp Tripathi

Pangong Tso, also referred to as Pangong Lake, is a lake in the Himalayas situated at a height of about 4,350 m.Pangong lake is World's highest salt water lake and is about 134km long of which only 25% part is in India and rest 75% is in china.
Pangong Lake,one of the most famous high altitude lake in Leh-Ladakh.This scenic wonder has a mesmerising view which can make you fall in love with this lake,whole surroundings is very colourful,blue lake,white and brown coloured mountains.
Things to do at Pangong:-
The beauty of this place is itself a reason to plan a trip there.However there are other things that will keep you excited during the duration of your stay.
1.Camping at Pangong is an entrancing experience.Place a bonfire and enjoy your stay.Sky looks near to you at night,you can see the glistening starts.Temperature will gonna fall below 0°C  at night and morning so it is must to keep some warm clothes.
2.Stop at 10 km behind while coming to Pangong,you will witness a rare species "Mormot" living in holes.
3.Don't forget to click some exciting pictures
4.Pangong lake freezes in winter so if you like adventurous trekking or ice-skating it would be a better option.
Food Options in Pangong
Maggie at pangong is a popular snack but it is advisible not to eat maggie(Flour products) at such high altitude,nutritious food will be a better option in such a extraordinary environment.

Photo of Pangong Lake in Ladakh-A complete travel guide#iloveladakh by Sankalp Tripathi
Photo of Pangong Lake in Ladakh-A complete travel guide#iloveladakh by Sankalp Tripathi
Photo of Pangong Lake in Ladakh-A complete travel guide#iloveladakh by Sankalp Tripathi
Photo of Pangong Lake in Ladakh-A complete travel guide#iloveladakh by Sankalp Tripathi
Photo of Pangong Lake in Ladakh-A complete travel guide#iloveladakh by Sankalp Tripathi
Photo of Pangong Lake in Ladakh-A complete travel guide#iloveladakh by Sankalp Tripathi
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