Boating on Lake Pichola
udaipur magic tours arrange private boatride at lake Pichola for you and your family to feel real beauty of udaipur . this trip is exclusive on lake Pichola. fresh water lake is best attraction of udaipur the Palaces, Temples, Ghats, Haveli on the bank of Lake are amazing . See the real udaipur magic through a boat trip at Lake Pichola. this is another Guided tour in Udaipur .
Private boatride at Lake Pichola in Udaipur city – the most beautiful artificial lake in udaipur is lake Pichola. it is approx. 3 km long and 2 Km wide a largest water body in Udaipur . It Known for many Palaces in and arond Lake Like jagNiwas, jagmandir Mohan mandir , Arsi Vilas . Around 55 squer KM catchment area in aravali mountains to small Sisrama river and further water flow in the lake A view of Udaipur Mejastic city palace , temples and Ghats Many well known luxury hotels at Pichola lake Lake Palace , Leela Palace, Oberi Udaivilas and Jagmandir . Your trip Private Boatride is 45 Minutes ride with a English speaking Guide to share Knowledge about the History of Udiapur and Pichola Lake . Private Boat start from Jetty and ends at Jetty . senic atmoshpare and Enviornments of lake attract different variety of Birds – magicaly Birds seen at lake pichola are Coots, Cormorants tufted Duck,Egrets, Terns, kingfishers during the Guided private boat ride
In Udaipur town within the Indian state of Rajasthan a famous man-made fresh water lake, created within the year 1362 AD, named once the close Picholi village. The lakes around Udaipur were primarily created by building dams to fulfill the drinking water . islands Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir area unit placed among Pichola Lake, and are developed with many palaces to supply views of the lake.
Pichola Lake was inbuilt 1362 AD by Banjara, a gypsy “Banjara” member WHO transported grain, throughout the reign of Maharana Lakha. Later, Maharana Udai Singh, affected by the charm of this lake with the background of inexperienced hills, based the town of Udaipur on the banks of the lake and conjointly enlarged the Lake by constructing a stone masonry dam within the Badipol region on the shore of the Lake.