Named After : Karna, The Eldest Pandava
Feature : Man Made
the National Highway 1, 124 km from Delhi lies the Karna Lake, a
lovely green stretch of water that celebrates one of the protagonists
of the epic Mahabharata, Karna.
Karna Lake is man made. It is made on what was once marshy land.
Today, an emerald coloured lake shimmers as the central attraction.
The lake has an identity of its own, its green waters, a small island
and the surrounding fringes of bottlebrush have attracted darters
and the Kingfishers. Ducks and geese flit in and around the water
adding to the quiet pleasures of Karna Lake. Boating is an added
structures round it provide some of the most delightful luxuries
for tourists. Designer decorated guestrooms look out to the lake
outside. Each room faces the landscaped surrounding. The tall eucalyptus
shut off the din of the highway. Karna Lake also has twin luxury
cottages that are quiet and restful. The interiors are designer
decorated and a world apart in themselves. A well-equipped conference
hall is an integral part of the complex - complete with steno cabin
and allied facilities.
Hotel, restaurant bar luxury cottages, lake for boating, snack-counter
and green lawns.