Hamal Lake is located in Qambar Shahdadkot District in Sindh, Pakistan, fifty 8 km from Larkana metropolis and 40 km from Qambar metropolis. The period of the lake is 25 km and the width is 10 km and has a surface area of 2965 acres (1200 ha). It is a fresh water lake and the primary supply of water are the streams comes through from Kirthar Mountains.
Hamal Lake is the habitat of resident and Siberian migratory birds like Ducks, Geese, Coots, Shorebirds, Cormorants, Flamingos, Herons, Ibises, Gulls, Terns and Egrets. It is likewise the fantastic nursery of clean water fishes. But now environment and flora and fauna of this lake is wrongly affected by discharging of toxic and saline water of the Hirdin drain.