Also known as Sat Tal which literally means the ‘seven lakes’ this is basically a group of seven inter-connected lakes. Located at an altitude of 1370 meters, the Sat Tal are freshwater lakes (Sita Tal, Ram Tal,Purna Tal,Panna Tal,Laxman Tal, Nal-Damyanti Tal, and Sukha Tal or Khurdariya Tal) which are a paradise for a number of migratory birds which also manage to attract bird loving enthusiasts from across the world.
Few of the avian fauna which will enthral you at Sattalare kingfishers, barbets (lineated, crimson-fronted, plum headed and brown-hearted), woodpecker (grey-capped, yellow-crowned, rufus-bellied, and stripe-breasted), Indian tree pies, leaf birds, pheasants, sunbirds, flower-pecker, buzzard, rose-finch and many more. Apart from the birds, there are much more that will capture the attention of tourists. There is a wide variety of fish in the freshwaters of the lakes.