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Experience a mesmerising stay amidst the serenity of the lush mountains of Nainital. Offering unmatched hospitality and a sensational staying experience as you wake up in the lap of nature to the view of the blooming flowers , splendid pine and deodar trees sprinkled with mist and the lofty mountains surrounding you . Gaze into the boundless sky and admire the view of a thousand stars above , with light fountains adding to the seraphic aura of the hills.
Our house is a secure villa with beautiful gardens . The best part about it is the variety of flora and fountains. We are located in the vicinity of Bhimtal with many eating joints nearby. Our home is ideal for families with kids as well as groups of friends.
Bhimtal and Sattal offer attractions for birdwatchers and passionate photographers!!!
330 kms northeast of New Delhi in the Kumaon Himalayas lies the Nainital Lake Valley (29° 22' 60N and 79° 27' 0E) and adjacent hills which are a vantage point to view the great Nanda Devi massif. Some 230 varieties of birds are found only in Sattal region.
You can spot babblers, tits, bulbuls, warblers, minivets, woodpeckers, pigeons, myna and the colourful barbets.
In Bhimtal and Sattal, 400+ resident and migratory birds are found.
The unique avian fauna of Sattal includes kingfishers, blue-throated and brown-headed barbets, lineated barbet, golden-throated barbet, crimson-fronted barbet, coppersmith barbet plum-headed parakeet, slaty-headed parakeet, chestnut bellied rock thrush, tits, babblers, jungle owlet, fish eagles piedwoodpecker, brown-capped pygmy woodpecker, grey-capped pygmy woodpecker, brown-fronted woodpecker, stripe-breasted woodpecker, yellow-crowned woodpecker, rufous-bellied woodpecker, crimson-breasted woodpecker, Himalayan woodpecker, lesser yellownape woodpecker, greater yellow-naped woodpecker, streak-throated woodpecker, grey-headed woodpecker, scaly-bellied woodpecker, common flameback woodpecker, Indian tree pies, blue whistling-thrush, lammergeier, Himalayan griffon, crested serpent eagle, flycatchers, cheer pheasants, Kalij pheasant, Koklas pheasants, dollarbird, leaf birds, flowerpecker, purple sunbird, brown headed stork-billed kingfisher, stork-billed kingfisher, crested kingfisher, white-throated kingfisher, pied kingfisher, common kingfisher, blue-eared kingfisher, Himalayan kingfisher, Mrs. Gould’s sunbird, green-tailed sunbird, black-throated sunbird, black-breasted sunbird, crimson sunbird, fire-tailed sunbird, thick-billed flowerpecker, plain-leaf flowerpecker, fire-breasted flowerpecker,russet sparrow, rufous babbler, black-headed jay, scaly-breasted wren-babbler, black-capped sibia, blue whistling thrush, finches, mountain hawk eagle, black eagle, Eurasian jay, white-rumped needletail, black-headed jay, black-lored, black-throated tits, black bulbul, ashy-throated warblers, black-chinned babbler, rufous-breasted accentor, red-billed blue magpie, grey-winged blackbird, Eurasian griffon, common buzzard, black-chinned babbler, pink-browed rosefinch, common wood pigeon, slaty-headed parakeet, laughingthrush, chestnut-tailed minla, lemon-rumped warblers, and many more