The salt water lake does not support vegetation or aquatic life except for some small crustaceans. However, there are lots of water birds. The lake acts as an important breeding ground for a large variety of migratory birds like Brahmani Ducks, Rare black necked cranes and Seagulls. One can also spot Ladakhi Marmots, the rodent-like creatures which can grow up to the size of a small dog.
We stayed at one of the Camps, called Camp Shambala. There are several camps on the shores of the Pangong Tso lake
I couldn't resist taking several pictures of the Lake as it is so magnificent and mesmerizingly beautiful both in the evening and early morning!
The Entry point to the Pangong Tso Lake
A View from the Camp's Living area
Our Camp-The Camp Shambala
|The Aquatic Birds|
|The Pangong Tso Lake|
|The Clouds, mountains and the Lake|
|Sunrise at the Pangong Tso Lake|
|Camps at the Pangong Tso Lake|
|Reflection on the Pangong Tso Lake|