Tourist Places to visit in Sattal for Memorable Trip

Tourist Places to visit in Sattal for Memorable Trip

Sattal is in the Kumaon region and is known for its seven lakes namely Ram, Sita, Lakshman, Panna, Bharat, Naldaymanti Tal, Sukha Tal. The place is heaven for Nature lovers and paradise for photographers. One must visit the place to escape the city noises and experience beautiful destinations. Here is a list of places that you must add to your travel bucket list.

Famous Tourist Places at A Place of seven lakes – Sattal

  • Butterfly Museum
  • Methodist Ashram
  • Seven Lakes
  • Subhash Dhara
  • Karkotak temple

1. Butterfly Museum

Butterfly Museum
Butterfly Museum

Museum was created by Frederic Smetacek in John estate and the place is a major attraction in Sattal. The museum is basically a farm that owns around 250 species of Butterfly and 110 species of insects. People who visit the place have reviewed that this a paradise for nature lovers. The place can be easily reached by any means of transport.    

Visiting hours: 8:00AM – 6:00PM

Entry fee: INR100 Onwards

Trip Duration: Around 2 hours

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2. Methodist Ashram

Methodist Ashram
Methodist Ashram

Ashram displays the history of the town and it was built by Stanley Jones who was the friend of Mahatma Gandhi. The architecture of the museum is a must-see and is surrounded by majestic landscapes. The best thing you can do here in Methodist Ashram is spent time in solitude and peace at St. Johns Church.  

Visit timings: 9:00AM – 6:00PM  

Charges: Free

Ideal Duration: Around 1 hour

3. Seven Lakes

Seven Lakes
Seven Lakes

The name Sattal came from the major attraction of the town, seven lakes. The name of lakes is taken from Hindu mythological figures. The seven lakes named Purna Tal, Sukha Tal, Ram Tal, Lakshman Tal, Nal Damyanti Tal, Sita Tal, Panna Tal. The lakes are a perfect spot for picnic and photography in beautiful landscapes.  

Visiting Timings: 8:00AM – 6:00PM

Entry fee: Free

Trip Duration: Around 1-2 Hours

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4. Subhash Dhara

Subhash Dhara
Subhash Dhara

India has very few natural waterfalls and one such natural waterfall is in Dense forests of Oaks, Sattal and is named Subhash Dhara. The waterfall is natural spring and the water of spring is crystal clear. The waterfall forms a pool at the base which is ideal for swimming and that will refresh you. You don’t need to hire any guide; the place is easily reachable by private vehicles. 

Visiting hours: 9:00AM – 6:00PM

Entry fee: Free 

Trip Duration: Around 1 hour 

5. Karkotak Temple

Karkotak Temple is the best place to do some worship and seek blessings. There is a Snakes head in the premises of the temple on which you can sit and do meditation. From the temple, you can even have some of the best views of the surrounding. A small fair is organized every year on Naag Panchami and Shiv Ratri. The temple was also mentioned in ancient books.  

Visiting hours: 6:00AM – 5:00PM

Entry fee: Free 

Trip Duration: Around 1 hour

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Frequently Asked Questions?

Q. How to reach Sattal?

A. There are no direct flights or buses are available for Sattal. If you travel by flight then Deharadun Airport is the nearest airport. If you travel by Indian railway then Kathgodam Railway Station is the nearest railway station and the distance between is around 53Km. There are regular buses and private taxi are available for Sattal

Q. Best time to visit Sattal?

A. The best time to visit the place is in the Summer season because in winter and monsoon the place becomes harsh to travel. 

Q. Name of the all lakes in Sattal?

A. Ram, Sita, Lakshman, Panna, Bharat, Naldaymanti Tal, and Sukha Tal.

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Roshan Panjiyara

Roshan Panjiyara is a Travel blogger & adviser. The aim of this website provides information about Travel planning, how you can choose the best travel destination, hotels, transfers & flights in budget price for your memorable trips.

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