Dipang Lake is the fourth biggest freshwater lake, located on ward number 27, of Pokhara Metropolitan City of Kaski district, under Gandaki Province. It is situated between green hills with an area of 2.4 sq. km (catchment area), 3-5m depth and an elevation of 562m from sea level. From the Khaste Lake, it takes about a 30-minute cycling to reach Dipang Lake (head approx. 8 km south-east of the Khaste Lake) via Talchowk-Shishuwa lake road (heading north from Trinetreshwor Shiva Mandir through Sishuwa-Aarupata-Archale Marga). It is also known as Honey-Moon Lake and popular for wild lotus and swan thus a favourable site for Bird-watching. Besides, the water from this lake is assumed to be holy and used by local people for praying gods and goddesses. Various fish species found in the lake are Tilipia, Rahu, Naini, Common Carp etc. The Dipang Lake Conservation and Development Committee is active in conservation of this lake area. There is no stay-hotel within 500-meter distance from the lake but visitor can get plenty of hotels after a 3 km south-walk or ride from this lake.