The most beautiful lakes in Nepal

The best of Nepal's lakes

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful lakes in Nepal
Inserted: 13.12.2022
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As a country covered by high mountains, Nepal offers a lot of beautiful glacial lakes. The most famous of these high-altitude lakes is Tilicho, located just a short distance from Annapurna. However, the most important lake of the country is Phewa located right next to the tourist center of the country, Pokhara. Let's take a look at the lakes that are definitely worth visiting in Nepal.

Phoksundo Lake

The most beautiful Nepalese lake

| Altitude: 3 620 m / 11 877 ft

Lake Phoksundo, located in the Shey Phoksundo National Park, is considered to be the most beautiful Nepalese… continue reading

Tilicho Lake

Lake in the shadow of Himalayas

| Altitude: 4 916 m / 16 129 ft

If you walk away from the main circuit of the trek around Annapurnas and come to this magical lake, you will… continue reading

Kicho tal Lake

Lake with stunning views of Annapurna

| Altitude: 4 618 m / 15 151 ft

Lake Kicho tal is one of the most beautiful places you can visit on the trek around Annapuren. However, since… continue reading

Lake Phewa

Mirror for Annapurnas

| Altitude: 800 m / 2 625 ft

The most famous Nepalese lake Phewa, on whose shore lies the tourist town of Pokhara, is famous for the… continue reading

Lake Dudh Pokhari in Gokyo

Emerald diamond

| Altitude: 4 750 m / 15 584 ft

Lake Dudh Pokhari (4 750 m asl) lying just below the lodges in Gokyo is a favorite destination for walks and… continue reading

Lake Gangapurna tal

Remnant of the glacier below Manang

| Altitude: 3 525 m / 11 565 ft

One of the attractions in Manang lying just below the town is a small lake Gangapurna tal, which is situated… continue reading

Lake Chola Tsho

The lake under the monumental wall

| Altitude: 4 520 m / 14 829 ft

Lake Chola Tsho (4,510 m above sea level) can be seen by most tourists only from the road leading high above… continue reading

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