About Sattal

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SATTAL

Sattal is a Bunch of mysteriously inter-connected seven freshwater lakes located in the Nainital district of Kumaon region in Nainital. SatTal is Located at an altitude of 1370 mts above sea level offering splendor Views  of nature. The group of lakes is set amidst dense forests of oak and pine trees.

Sattal that literally suggests the ‘Seven Lakes’ is a scenic place which exhibits idyllic surroundings accentuated by the delightful atmosphere that could even tempt the lousy ones to have a rendezvous Near Nainital and Bhimtal . Sattal is a perfect destination for the honeymooners, nature lovers, groups, families and the leisure seeking tourists Looking for Fun in Nainital

Best Time to Visit

October to June is the best time to visit Sattal

How to Reach Sattal
Sattal is around 23 km from Nainital, 302 km from Delhi and 355 km from Agra if you are traveling by road. It takes around 6 hours from Delhi to reach Sattal if you are driving on your own.

Bus Stand- Tallital Bus stand in Nainital is the nearest bus stand. There is no dedicated Bus stand at Sattal. You will have to travel to Nainital or any other major city in order to reach Sattal by bus. From the bus stand, you can hire a taxi cab to reach Sattal. For a hassle free commutation to Sattal, you can also book a private cab from top rental companies in Nainital.

Railway station- Sattal is one of the places in Nainital which still retains its natural beauty and hence not much development has taken place here. Sattal does not have its own railway station. The nearest station is Kathgodam Railway station which is about 33 km away. You can hire a bus or private taxi from the Railway station to Sattal.

Airport- Pantnagar is the nearest airport about 67 km away. The distance from the airport to Sattal is motorable, offering a picturesque drive to the outskirts of Nainital city. Private taxis are available at the airport to reach sattal. It takes around 2 hours to reach Sattal from the airport.