Length : 24 km
Breadth : 10 km
Altitude : 1,580 m
Depth : 14 metres
Wular Lake is the largest freshwater lake in India, spread across 200 sq km. Located in the Bandipora district of Srinagar, the lake's basin was formed as a result of tectonic activity, due to which the area covered by the lake varies throughout the year, a phenomenon which is unique to this destination. Wular Lake is popular for boating, water sports and water skiing and is a popular sunset point.
A favourite picnic and sunset spot among locals and tourists alike, Wular Lake is replenished by the water of the mighty Jhelum river and is one of the 26 wetlands of India. The lake, calm in its appearance, is known for the fierce winds that sometimes blow heavy currents all through its way. There is a small island located in the centre of Wular Lake known as ‘Zaina Lank'.
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