Dal Lake is located in Srinagar city, it is 6.4 km long and 4km wide, and it has four enormous expanses of water within its periphery, which are Lokut Dal, Bod Dal, Gagribal and Nagin. Dal Lake is an intricate maze of waterways, making for a spectacular sight and an even more enchanting locale to explore. Visitors can enjoy fascinating rides on traditional Kashmiri Houseboats and Shikaras. The Shikara ride is the best thing to do in Dal Lake, it can be an hour-long sightseeing session of the Dal a shopping-by-shikara expedition to handicraft shops within the lake area, or visitors can plan a whole-day trip featuring visits to major landmarks in Srinagar.
... Dal Lake is a beautiful lake of Kashmir valley, it is popular not only for its serene beauty but also for its vibrancy because, within its periphery, the lake sustains a unique life, unmatched elsewhere. The Houseboat and 'Shikhara' communities have lived for ages on the Dal, and it has created such a complete infrastructure that they do not need to step on land for their day-to-day sustenance.
The largest group of houseboats in Dal Lake lies along the western edge of the lake near the lakeside boulevard, towards Dal gate. This group of houseboats is lined in looping rows and around small islands.
Q. What Dal Lake is famous for?
Ans. Dal Lake is famous for houseboats and shikara rides.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Dal Lake?
Q. How to Reach Dal Lake In Kashmir