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Lake between the Chinese and Indian border (Part 2)

On the way, about 25 km from the lake, visitors will find stop signs to observe the Marmot species, a rare endemic animal. They often lurk in the rocks, so be patient to wait for them to appear. The name Pangong is taken from Banggong Co in Tibetan, meaning tall prairie lake. The area west […]

Lake between the Chinese and Indian border

Pangong Tso, a lake stretching across the border of the two countries, is famous for its ability to change color according to the sun, in different times. Pangong is an endorheic lake (the lake does not flow to the sea), located at an altitude of 4,350 m in the Himalayas. The lake is about 135 […]