Destination : Delhi -Sattal -Delhi
Sat Tal is an interconnected group of seven freshwater lakes situated in the Lower Himalayan Range near Bhimtal, a town of the Nainital lake district in Uttarakhand, India . During the British Raj, the area had a tea plantation, one of four in the Kumaon area at that time. The lakes sit at an altitude of 1370 metres below lush orchards in the Mehragaon valley. Set amongst dense forests of oak and pine trees, Sattal is one of the few unspoiled and unpolluted freshwater biomes in India. These lakes are a paradise for migratory birds.
It is home to a few camps being operated mostly by local people catering to tourists looking for outdoor vacations. Sattal has many different varieties of fish. Mahseers are found here in large numbers. are some of the other fish found in the lakes. Some of the butterflies found at Sattal includes Indian , peacock panzy, blue peacock, Paris peacock, red-base Jazebel, red lacewing, yellow pansy, tawny Rajah, large silverstripe and thousands of others. There is a rich butterfly museum built by Frederic Smetacek at Jones Estate, which has over 2,500 butterfly and moth specimens and 1,100 species of insects that are found in this region.
Day 01 : DELHI – SATTAL( 300Kms)
Early morning departure to Sattal . Sattal arrive and night stay at sattal camp.
Day 02: Sattal Night Stay
Day 03: Sattal Night Stay
Day 04: Sattal – Delhi( 300 Kms)
Early morning leave Sattal and go to Delhi