Tso Moriri Lake is the lake situated in Ladakh part of Jammu and Kashmir in North India. The lake lies at the altitude of 4822m, which is the high altitude lake entirely within India. It is about 26 km north to south in length and 3-5 km wide. The Korzok Monastery, on the western bank of the Tso Moriri lake, is 400 years old and attracts tourists and Buddhist pilgrims.
You can be the witness of changing hues of the lake. And you fall in love with nature all over again with a trip to Tso Moriri. Pack your bags, pick up your camera. And set off on your trip to Leh Ladakh to live and capture the frames of a lifetime.
Tourism during May – September attracts a large number of foreign and local tourists. This is not much frequented but a wonderful trekking route with altogether different landscapes lies in the prohibited area. The scenery is wild and vast with snow-capped peaks lining the far horizon.
Tso Moriri stays mostly frozen in January to March and extremely cold with no options to stay around the lake. Lake starts melting and transforming into the beautiful multi shades of blue colours off the shores. Then May, June, July and August is the peak tourist.
Duration:- 16 days (Delhi to Delhi)
Best time:- July to September