The Carambolim lake near Old Goa, Tiswadi, and 12 km away from Panjim, is a man-made fresh-water wonder.
The biodiverse richness of the lake attracts several migratory and endemic birds. It is also home to some exotic plants.
One can feast on watching migratory birds here like the black-tailed godwit, ruddy shelduck, Kentish plover and Eurasian curlew.
Some of the resident birds found at the lake are the little cormorant, little egret, common kingfisher and Indian pond heron.
One of the two bird towers at the lake which allow birders to enjoy a good view of the avian visitors.
This lake is considered to be biodiverse in nature and a very important wetland in Goa.
A pathway leading to one of the bird-watching towers.
A small nature trail at the lake.