Situated at an altitude of about 4,000 feet, Sattal is a serene destination of Uttarakhand state that is surrounded by dense oak and pine forests. The place boats of calm, unspoiled and heavenly splendor that is irresistible for its visitors. Enjoying flora and fauna in an untouched state, Sattal offers the visitors an immense break for rendezvous with nature. Sattal literally means "seven lakes". The place is called so due to interconnecting seven lakes, including Garud Tal, Nal-Damyanti Tal, Purna Tal, Sita Tal, Ram Tal, Laxman Tal, and Sukha Tal. People book Sattal holiday packages to experience placidity and relaxation and get beauty of fresh fauna, crystal clear water and melody of birds. These features all together make Sattal a wonderful place for holidaying.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
It is a rich butterfly museum and an important tourist attraction of Sattal featuring more than 2,500 species of butterflies and 1100 species of insects. The museum was founded by Federic Smetacek.
Methodist Ashram was founded by Stanley Jones in 1930. He was a great missionary and a close associate of Mahatma Gandhi. The Ashram is located at the entry point of Sattal banks. It is having great historical importance and features fine colonial architecture that makes it a popular tourist attraction of the town. In the premises of the ashram, you can also visit the very famous 'St. John's Church'.
It is a must visit spot in Sattal. Subhash Dhara is a wonderful freshwater spring that comes from the dense forest of the town, towards the western region. This naturally emerged spring can mesmerize people with its utter clarity and beautiful surroundings.