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Sattal Tourism | How to Plan a Trip to Sattal

  • Sattal
Sattal At a Glance
  • Average Climate:18°C - 30°C
  • Best Time to Visit:March - June , September - November
  • STD Code:05942

Sattal Tourism | Sattal Travel Guide

The most picturesque group of lakes located in the lake district of Nainital - Sattal in Uttarakhand, India is a group of seven lakes nestled together. Lying about 328 km to the north east of Delhi, and 22 km from Nainital, Sattal is popular as an ideal camping destination all through the year. A Tour to Sattal must feature in your Uttarakhand trip itinerary. At an altitude of 1370 m above sea level, Sattal is an unexplored and un-spoilt spot where one can enjoy nature's overwhelming beauty at its pristine best. Embark on a tour to Sattal and experience a grand taste of wildlife and adventure while gliding along the placid waters of the lovely lakes.

The cluster of lakes at Sattal is set against an enchanting backdrop of oak and pine forests, with the mighty Himalayas towering behind. The first lake that you will come across while on tour to Sattal, is the old Nal Damyanti Lake. This lake is followed by an ashram of American missionary - Stanley Johns. The next lake is Panna, followed further by the here lakes named Ram, Laxman and Sita.

On your tour to Sattal, you can avail either of the two options of enjoying the full flavor of Sattal, including its untouched rustic beauty. Either carry or tents and equipments and set up a camp by the lakes, or else you can stay at any of the organized campsites. The place offers various activities for adventure freaks to indulge in rock-climbing, trekking, kayaking, Mountaineering and fishing.

If you are looking for a place where you can get acquainted with your true inner self, then the splendorous Sattal is your ideal getaway. So, what are you waiting for? Plan a tour to Sattal and discover yourself, unraveling more and more about you at this wonderful treasure trove of idyllic charm.