Lake DesedaCurrently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
Lake Deseda is one of the most visited natural spots in Kaposvar. It was constructed by raising a dam in 1975 for industrial utilisation but is now considered a recreational retreat.
Known for its lush green surrounding, it is a hotspot for trekking, bicycling, fishing and boating. The lake has trekking and biking trails and also offers boats for hire. The lake is home to fishes like carp, bream, walleye, pike and catfish along with sunfish, river goby etc. The lake caters to nature-lovers, sports-lovers as well as leisure tourists. It covers a length of 8 kilometres and is often considered more of day trip by tourists considering all the activities you can do here.
Located to the north of Kaposvar, Lake Desseda is located on a 16 minutes’ drive from the Ripple-Ronai Museum.
Lake Deseda Travel Tips
- Do try fishing and other sports here.
- 1st June to 30 September is available for night fishing.
Entrance Ticket Details For Lake Deseda
- Annual licenses- Boat - £ 46.000, Additional boat - £ 11.000, Benefit - £ 20,000, "Ketbotos" Accessories - £ 15,000, Child - £ 2.000.
- Daily permits: Coastal - £ 2.500, Boat - £ 3.500, Additional boat - £ 1,000, Athlete - £ 1.500, Weekend (72 hours) license - £ 7.000.
- Big Pit licenses: 24 hours - 3.500 ft, 72 hours - £ 9.000, 168 hours - £ 17.500.
How to Reach Lake Deseda
The lake is located at a distance of 9 kilometres from the Ripple-Ronai Museum. You can travel by:
- Bus: Autobuszallomas Kaposvar Budai Nagy Antal Street
- The lake offers buffet for all of their guests.
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66.91% of people who visit Kaposvar include Lake Deseda in their plan
70% of people start their Lake Deseda visit around 07 AM
People usually take around 10 Hrs to see Lake Deseda
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lake Deseda
People normally club together Ruins Of Benedictine Monastery Of Kaposszentjakab Village and Békevár Baptista Gyülekezet while planning their visit to Lake Deseda.