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#1 of 20 Places To Visit in Mandi
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Rewalsar Lake, Rewalsar, Himachal Pradesh

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Rewalsar Lake is located at a distance of approximately 22.5 km from Mandi district. The nearest airport to Mandi is the Kullu Airport at Bhuntar, which is at a distance of 75 km from Mandi. You can book a direct cab from Mandi to reach Rewalsar Lake. If you don't get a direct cab, you can book a shared cab till Mandi and then use public transport to reach the lake.

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about rewalsar lake

Rewalsar Lake, commonly known as Tso Pema Lotus Lake, is located 22.5 from Mandi district. This mid-altitude lake is situated at an  elevation of about 1,360 m above sea level.  The square shape of this lake with the shoreline of about 735 m attracts thousands of tourists all year-round. The place is considered to be a sacred spot for Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists alike. The lush greenery surrounding the crystal clear waters of this lake makes the place look even more divine. 

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Lovely and Holy Lake
Jun 23 2014
The lake is located on a mountain in mandi .It is a beautiful lake lies with excellent Greenery natural surrounding. It is place where you can find A temple (Hindu), Gurudwar (Sikh) and Monastery (Buddha) which is very rarely seen. Its a holy lake.
unforgettable trip
Jun 23 2014
It's around at a distance of 3 hours from my college. I went there with my dramatics team. The beauty of lake is just awesome and so many of fishes are present there. a lot of monasteries are there and eating 'thupla' is just awesome. It's also surro ...... read more
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