Chandra Taal (which implies the Lake of the Moon), or Chandra Tal, is orchestrated at a rise of around 4,300 meters (14,100 ft) in the Himalayas. Mountains of scree carelessness the lake on one side, and a superb cirque shows a point of view on the other. The name of the lake starts from its bow shape. Organized in the Spiti part of the Lahul and Spiti range of Himachal Pradesh (India), Chandra Taal is a predominant destination for trekkers and campers. The lake is open by strolling from Batal and what's more from Kunzum Pass from late May to early October. There is furthermore a motorable road from Batal which is 14 km (8.7 mi) a long way from Chandra Taal. The road from Kunzum Pass is open just by strolling, and it is around 8 km (5.0 mi) from Chandra Taal. Suraj Tal is in like manner accessible Chandra Taal, 30 km (19 mi) away. Huge dales on the banks of the lake are the campgrounds. In the midst of springtime, these dells are secured with a few sorts of wildflowers. The lake is orchestrated on the Samudra Tapu level, which disregards the Chandra River. The lake is one of two high-rise wetlands of India which have been alloted as Ramsar destinations.