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Dal Lake name has been derived from Kashmir's Dal Lake. Truely speaking the lake is even smaller than large ponds. But the Deodar Trees (Cedrus deodara, the deodar cedar, Himalayan cedar) from the three sides gives a fantastic look to this lake. This a place,...More
Awesome view...the lake is very small...but covered with huge Deodar trees...I understand that’s how it got it’s name.... Children will enjoy feeding fishes. It’s a sacred place so no night out parties near by...I saw bots...but not sure boating still happens...
We reached Dharamshala at 4 p.m. by air .From gaggal airport to dharamshala it is plain road then begins curves , ascends to Mcleodganj. Mcleodganj and naddi are about 25 km from the airport . We stayed at UDEECHEE HUTS at Naddi , close...More
It's a small lake, probably more like a pond with muddy, deep waters. One side is lined by lush greenery which makes up for the lack of maintenance of the spot. Probably make a quick 10 minute stop on your way to Naddi from Dharamshala.