Chandra Tal is a lake arranged in the Spiti part of the Lahul and Spiti locale of Himachal Pradesh India .Chandra Taal lake is arranged on the Samudra Tapu level, which neglects the Chandra River. The name of the lake starts from its bow shape. It is arranged at an elevation of around 4,300 meters 14,100 ft in the Himalayas. Piles of scree neglect the lake on one side, and a cirque walls it in on the other.Accommodation is accessible 5 kilometers 3.1 mi from the lake. Immense glades on the banks of the lake are utilized as campgrounds. Amid springtime, these glades are covered with many assortments of wildflowers.