A group of seven fresh water lakes, a stash of nature’s bounty and loads of migratory birds and panoramic vistas make this wonderful place called Sattal. A paradise for nature buffs and bird watchers, Sattal has mystery to it that makes it all the more charming and photographer’s paradise.
Situated in Kumaon Region at an elevation of 1370 m above the sea level, the area boasts of its cluster of seven interconnected lakes namely: Panna, Naldaymanti Tal, Ram, Sita, Lakshman, Bharat and Sukha Tal flanked by lush green cover of oaks and pines. With pleasant weather throughout the year, a visit to this destination away from the noise of cities is an experience not to be missed.
Sattal experiences quite a pleasant and enjoyable weather during summers. The place is warm in a comfortable way and evenings are cool. Light woollens will suffice during the season. The winter season is freezing cold but the views it offers are simply breathtaking. Carry heavy woollens if travelling during the winters. The place is almost blushing in fresh and vibrant colours during and after the monsoon but is prone to heavy rain falls. So beware of visiting during the season due to landslides. It is best to visit the town during the months of March-June and September-December.
In a mythological account, this picturesque lake is said to be one of the emerald green eyes of Shiva’s beloved consort, Sati (nain is a Sanskrit word for eye). When Sati’s father failed to invite Shiva to a family sacrifice, she burnt herself to death in protest. Shiva gathered the charred remains in his arms and proceeded to engage in a cosmic dance tandav, which threatened to destroy the creation. To bring the dance to an end, Vishnu chopped up the body into pieces, and the remains were scattered. The Naina Devi Temple at the northern end of the lake is built over the precise spot where the eye is believed to have fallen.
Bhimtal Lake, one of the most famous lakes in India, is located in the Bhimtal town of the north Indian state of Uttarakhand. An island at the centre of the Lake is a famous tourist attraction and also houses an aquarium with a variety of fish species and a temple. In the Kumaon region, which is also known as the Lake district of India, the Bhimtal lake is the largest lake and supplies drinking water to the town and supports aquaculture in the region. Today, the lake has been opened for tourists and has a variety of activities in and around the lake. Morning walks are especially recommended for those who want to avoid the tourist crowd. The tranquil atmosphere of the lake is sure to make you want to come back again and again.
The Bhimtal Lake is located at an elevation of over 4500 feet, in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand. It is a ‘C’ shaped lake that expands over an area of 47 hectares. During some months in a year, the otherwise clear lake water turns brown due to infused animalcule. Locals believe that only after the lake claims a victim does the brown colour disappears, and the water becomes clear again.
Subhash Dhara Waterfall
Subhash Dhara is situated in the Sattal city of Uttarakhand. It offers its guests an incredible sight with its immaculate clear water drawing in sightseers in expansive number. Subhash Dhara is a crisp water common spring that untruths packaged in the thick backwoods of oaks.
Here you will get see the flood of new water originating from the thick Oak woods the wellspring of which is as yet obscure. It is a characteristic water spring and is a significant well known fascination among travelers. Its shining clear water is a major fascination. The travelers run the place in quest for pleasant perspectives of the characteristic spring.
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10% of full tour cost – 45 days prior to arrival.
25% of full tour cost – 30 days prior to arrival.
50% of full tour cost – between 15 and 29 days prior to tour.
75% of full tour cost – between 14 and 7 days prior to tour.
100% – within 7 days prior to tour.