This week’s “Wish You Were Here” photo comes from Abhijit Gupta of The Corny Traveler’s Chronicles.
Located at a height of about 4350 m (14,270 ft) in the Himalayas of the Ladakh region of India, Pangong Tso is famous for its clear blue waters and is known to change colors according to the time of the day and the weather conditions. It also acts as a breeding ground for a variety of migratory birds. It can be reached after a 5-hour drive from Leh, the capital of Ladakh, after crossing Chang La, the third highest pass in the world.
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