Ever wondered what you get when seven pieces of freshwater are connected together? Sattal is like harmony in the hills. Ram Tal, ... Sita Tal, Lakshman Tal combinely form the major Sattal lake, while Garud Tal, Bharat Tal, Hanuman Tal and Nal Damyanti Tal accompany them for making it a cluster of seven lakes in the area making this destination one of its kind. Between a dense forest of pine and oak, Sattal is home to a wide range of flora and fauna. Unlike other lakes, this is the only one that invites swimming as a commercial activity and you can enjoy your time in the hills away from the chaos of the hustle of city life.
Water activities such as Boating, Kayaking, Zorbing, Lake Crossing, Rappelling, Rock climbing are major attractions of Sattal. It is also one of the most known spaces for bird watching as a lot of homely, migratory birds keep your eyes glued if you seek for them. Nature trails and treks around the area are a good source of revejunation. A beautiful little waterfall nearby is a source of attraction for travelers. Nal Damyanti tal, which is situated a few kilometers away from the cluster, has a temple you can visit while enjoying a view at large schools of fish that have been living there for ages.
Sattal is mysteriously the largest freshwater body in Uttarakhand but the division makes it seven different lakes than one. Sattal is home to the rare Golden Mahseer Fish and it’s illegal to hunt it down. A butterfly museum nearby has over 2500 species of butterflies and moths and is a major tourist attraction. The Sattal Mission Estate and Methodist Ashram and Sattal Christian Ashram are also situated on the banks of the Sattal lake. Forest Eco Resort group provides custom itineraries for a safe and pleasant experience to Sattal and its adjoining areas.