Sattal is a beautiful resort that gets its name with the literal meaning ‘seven lakes’. Situated at an elevation of 4000 feet, Sattal is a sought-after getaway from Delhi to enjoy unspoiled tranquility. Apart from the scenic beauty, the rich flora and fauna also win the hearts of travelers. The calm and quiet ambiance of the place attracts nature lovers and couples to enjoy quality time in the lap of nature. If traveling in groups, booking a cab or a private taxi is suggested to reach Sattal from Delhi. You can enjoy a peaceful vacation in Sattal with your friends, family, or partner. Our Delhi to Sattal tour packages are well-crafted to provide a smooth traveling experience. You can contact our tour expert to plan a holiday as you want as these packages are customizable.
How to Reach Sattal from Delhi
There is no railway station in Sattal, and Kathgodam, Haridwar Jn., and Moradabad are the three nearest railway stations to reach Sattal.
Sattal does not have an airport, thus, Indira Gandhi International Airport (Delhi) is the nearest airport, located at a distance of 268 km. From the airport, one can find private taxis and cabs for hire.
Sattal is well-connected with Delhi via NH 74. One can drive their owned vehicle or hire a cab or a private taxi. There also is an interstate bus service available to reach Sattal.
Attractions in Sattal
Sattal Christian Ashram
The list of attractions includes Sattal Christian Ashram, which is praised for its unspoilt peaceful environ. Formerly a tea estate, the institute is known for preaching the virtues of Christianity among people. There also is St John's Church in the premises of the ashram.
The butterfly museum is situated in the premises of the Sattal Christian Ashram. Federic Smetacek, also popular as ‘Butterfly Man’, established the museum. There are about 2500 species of butterflies and 1100 species of insects.
A natural fresh water spring, Subhash Dhara, arises from the west thick oak forests of Sattal. Crystal clear water of the spring and beautiful location wins the hearts of the tourists visiting Sattal.