I didn’t have much time so I just went to Pangong Lake on a daytrip. Most people only visit on a daytrip, even if the journey there takes 5h one way. Some tours are a two-day tour though and I think it can be worth staying the night if you have the time. Then you can also see the shifting colours of the lake and surrounding landscape in evening- and morning light.
Where we first arrived to the lake there were some concrete cabins and parachute tents where you can stay the night. Also 7km further along the lake, in the small village Spagmik, there are places to stay. I would choose to stay in a homestay there.
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