10 Top Lakes in Sindh in 2023

1.Keenjhar Lake

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Keenjhar Lake Resort is one of the finest tourist places of Sindh, besides it has a rich historical background too. As it has a significant place in the folklore of Noori Jam Tamachi
Keenjhar Resort,Keenjhar Lake Resort, Keenjhar Lake commonly called Malik Lake is located in Thatta District of Sindh the province of Pakistan. It is situated about 36 kilometres from the city of Thatta. It is the second-largest fresh water lake in Pakistan and an important source of drinking water for Thatta District and Karachi city Thatta

2.Manchar Lake

Manchar Lake, is the largest natural freshwater lake in Pakistan, and is one of Asia’s largest. It is located west of the Indus River, in Jamshoro District and Dadu District, Sindh – 18 km away from Sehwan Sharif.

3.Haleji Lake

Haleji Lake is a perennial freshwater lake in Thatta District of Sindh Province, Pakistan. It is 6.58 km² in size and is surrounded by marshes and brackish seepage lagoons.

4.Hamal Lake

Haleji Lake is a perennial freshwater lake in Thatta District of Sindh Province, Pakistan. It is 6.58 km² in size and is surrounded by marshes and brackish seepage lagoons.

4.Hamal Lake

Hamal jheel Sindh k District Qambar shehdad kot ma mojood. Qambar city se 40 kilo meter 

5.Hadero Lake

Hadero Lake is a natural lake in a shallow depression located in Thatta District, Sindh. It has a surface area of 1,321 ha (5.10 sq mi) and is located on the edge of a stony desert, about 85 km to the east of Karachi. It is an important brackish wetland, where waterfowl occur. It is considered one of the favourite lakes of ornithologist. Among the fauna except than fishes, waterfowl occur in large numbers and include swans, storks, cranes and feeding flocks of pelicans. Also, waders and cormorants are common. The lake was initially declared a Game Sanctuary under Section 15 of the West Pakistan Wildlife Protection Ordinance 1959 in 1971. In 1977 it was declared as Wildlife Sanctuary under a notification by Government of Sindh. At the time of declaration of the protected area local people were allowed to catch fish from lake, but had no right to disturb the birds in the winter season. It was initially protected for shooting purpose in 1971 but keeping in view its potential and birds varieties ultimately it got the status of wildlife sanctuary. Because of its fish resources, local fishermen were allowed to catch fish for their livelihood. The lake is owned by the Government

6.Drigh Lake

Drigh Lake is situated in Qambar Shahdadkot District in Sindh, Pakistan, 29 kilometres from Larkana city and 7 kilometres from Qambar town. It has a surface area of 408 acres and the running length of the lake from North to South is about 5.64 Mile

7.Shakoor Lake

Shakoor Lake is a lake, comprising 300 km², located on the border between the Indian state of Gujarat and the Sindh province on the southern edge of Pakistan. About 90 km² of the lake comes under Pakistan, whilst the majority of the lake i.e. 210 km²,

8.Langh Lake

Lungh Lake, a little known natural resort of Sindh Located near Larkana, the lake once served as a hunting ground for top political figures Once a serene hunting abode frequented by the top political figures, Lungh Lake is one of the hidden treasures of Sindh that acts as a stopover for about 20,000 different migratory birds from Siberia on their way to India. This little-known lake sprawls over 98 acres and is considered an important wetland in Sindh. Actually located in District Qambar Shahdadkot, the lake is about 18 kilometer west of Larkana district. It was declared Sindh wildlife sanctuary in 1972 and re-notified in 1982.

9.Chotiari Reservoir

Chotiari lake (Baqar Lake) is an artificial water reservoir situated 35 km away from the Sanghar town in Sanghar District, Sindh, Pakistan. Baqar lake is a peaceful tourist hotspot in Sindh

10.Botar lake

The botar botaar lake is also called lotus lake, which is near khipro 129 KM from Hyderabad, 9 km to travel from khipro to hathongo city, where from it is 7 KM desert drive. Boats are also available to have boating inside lake.