If you are traveling to China, then you should seriously think about visiting the three holy lakes in Tibet. Tibet's Three Holy Lakes - both fresh and saltwater lakes - are Namco Lake, Yamdrok Lake and Manasarovar Lake. On the roof of the world, Tibet has been enchanting visitors for decades. Who ever has traveled to Tibet has undoubtedly lingered in this land of pure beauty and Tibet's Three Holy Lakes are definitely worth a linger, because they show the world exactly what pureness means. Tibet's. Here is a guide to tell you a little more about these lakes of pure beauty.
Yamdrok Lake -- Located 100 km (62 mi) southwest of Lhasa it is at an elevation of 4,441 m. (14,570 ft.). Yamdrok is the largest interior lake on the northern foot of the Himalayan Mountains. Yamdrok Lake in Tibetan has a pretty vivid name: "The Coral Lake," because its various fingers gives it a branch-like appearance very similar to a coral. Yamdronk Lake is famous for its crystal clear water, it's surface is as smooth as a mirror and the water us turquoise-blue. All of which is why Yamdrok Lake is known for being one of the most beautiful waters in the world. Yamdrok Lake is especially charming in Autumn against a backdrop of lakeside with Tibetan Homes and snowcapped mountains in the distance.