Wular Lake is considered as one of the largest fresh water lakes in Asia with size varies seasonally from 30 to 260 sq km (12 to 100 sq miles). It is located in Bandipora district and approximately at distance of 40 km from Srinagar city. This lake serves as the natural reservoir by drawing excess flood water of the River Jhelum. Tourists can explore the remains of a magnificent island built by King Zain-ul-abidin in the midst of the lake. Surrounded by majestic ranges of Himalayan Mountain and dense alpine forests, this unspoilt lake is home to diverse species of birds including migratory species like Little Egzet, Shoveler, Short toed Eagle and many more. In Wular Lake, adventure enthusiasts can enjoy adventure activities like water skiing, trout fishing and rafting. Every year, this picturesque lake attracts a number of domestic and international tourists. Rich marine life is an attractive feature of Wular Lake and it accounts more than 60 percent fish yield of Kashmir.