At a distance of about 23 km from Nainital and at an altitude of 1370 meters, Sat Tal is a unique, unforgettable spot having cluster of lakes snuggled amidst thick forests. Western travelers have often compared it to Westmoreland of England. As one approaches Sat Tal, the first lake one comes across is the old Nal-Damyanti Lake. On moving further, there is the ashram set up by Stanley Johns, an American Missionary. Next lake is called Panna or Garuda. As we move down, there is a cluster of three lakes. These lakes are named after Ram, Laxman and Sita.

How to reach Sattal

By Flight

Sattal does not have its own airport, tourists have to rely on the nearby airport, i.e., Pantnagar Airport which 50 km away from Sattal. One can take a taxi from the airport to reach here.

By Road

There are no bus stations in Sattal. The nearest bus stand is in Nainital which is at a distance of around 25 km. From the bus stand, one can take a taxi to reach Sattal.

By train

The nearest railway station from Sattal is Kathgodam Railway Station which is 26 km far. The station is well-connected to other major cities of Uttarakhand and other northern cities of India like Delhi, Gwalior, Jaipur, Alwar, Dehradun, Lucknow, and more. From Kathgodam station, a person can take a taxi to Sattal.