Sat Tal Travel Guide
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Around Sat Tal
Sat Tal is famous fresh water lake situated in the Nainital district of Kumaon region. Sat Tal is hovering at al altitudinal heights of 1,379mts above the sea level and doles out nature’s grandeur. The magnificent lake is a cluster of seven interconnected freshwater lakes. These lakes are amidst the dense forest of Oak and Pine trees.
Less traveled by human and less affected by modernity, Sat Tal is one of the least polluted fresh water biomes that have been ever known in India. The seven lakes that together form Sat Tal are- Purna Tal, Ram Tal, Sital Tal, Damyanti Tal, Laxman Tal, Sukh Tala and Garud Tal. Sat Tal is an amazing places blessed with nature’s sheen that is often compared with the Wetmore land of England.
Sat Tal is a hotspot for migratory birds that stop by here during their migration course. Escaping from the harsh cold breeze of Himalayan Region, these birds migrate to the low areas of Himalays and rest at Sat Tal. To shutter bucks, this place offers perfect sights of birds, nature and lakes.
Sat Tal is on the edge of high altitrudes of 1,370mts above sea level. Geographically, it is en route Bhim Tal in the Nainital District of Uttarakhand state. The nearest station to Sat Tal is Kathgodam and is 22kms away from Nainital. One can reach here within 6-7hrs journey.
Best Time to Visit
There is no specific time to trip to Sat Tal. With pleasant whether to welcome, you can visit here during any season and any month you prefer. To your surprise, you will always find diversified greenery, with verdant getting even dense during monsoons. Sat Tal is a picturesque place but, if you are planning to visit during winters, do carry woolen clothes as the temperature here falls below freezing point.