About Pangong


In Ladakh, no one can tell you  what nature has stored a surprise for you. Pangong Lake, located at a height of approximately 4,350m, is the world's highest saltwater lake. Its water, which is dyed in blue, remains as an unmistakable difference to the arid mountains surrounding it. expanding out to approximately 160km, 33% of the Pangong Lake lies in India and the other 66% in China. 


Pangong Lake, quite possibly the most well known lake in Leh Ladakh, gets its name from the Tibetan word, "Pangong Tso", which signifies "high grassland lake". You could go through hours in thought here, and still not have enough of its beauty. Pangong Lake is likewise known to change colours, seeming blue, green and red at various times. In the event that you have chosen to go out traveling to Ladakh at any point in the near future, remember to visit the Pangong Lake. The beauty which anticipates you there can't be described in words. It must be seen, felt and absorbed inside yourself. 

Pangong is also well known for being a delicate border after point along the Line of Actual Control. It gained immense popularity after it got featured in the bollywood movie called ‘3 idiots’. During summer season the Bar-headed goose and Ducks are spotted around Pangong lake. 


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