Loktak Lake
For any visitor, the principal attraction of Manipur is Loktak Lake, in Bishnupur District which is 48 km from Imphal. It is the largest freshwater lake in North–East India. It is a beautiful stretch of water resembling a miniature inland sea. A day spent at Loktak Lake is a lifetime of memory. Visitors can catch a bird’s eye view of the lake from Sendra. Fishermen living in floating islands, called Phumdis, in floating huts, known as Phumsangs, are unique sights of this lake. The Sendra Tourist Home with an attached Cafeteria is a sought after tourist spot. Boating and other water sports are organised here at Takmu Water Sports Complex.

Keibul Lamjao National Park
The only floating National Park in the world, the Keibul Lamjao National Park, located on Loktak Lake, is the last natural habitat of the “Sangai” (Rucervus eldii eldii), the dancing deer of Manipur. A glimpse of the deer in this unique wetland ecosystem is a must for any wildlife enthusiast. Other wildlife to be seen include: hog deer, otter, waterfowl and migratory birds, the latter usually sighted from November to March. The Forest Department of Manipur maintains watch towers and two rest houses within the park.