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Panghot

Panghot

Pangot is located about 13 kilometers from Nainital, which is a popular hill station. The drive to here passes through the forested area of Cheena Peak Range via Snow View Point and Kilbury, which are birding spots. There days many accommodation available there which provided stay with food. 

The main attraction of Pangot are its birds; around 580 bird species have been recorded in this area. One can see a variety of Himalayan species along the way such as lammergeier, Himalayan griffon, blue-winged minla, spotted & slaty-backed forktail, rufous-bellied woodpecker, rufous-bellied niltava, khalij pheasant, variety of thrushes etc. Almost 150 bird species have been recorded at Pangot and the surrounding areas. The numerous perennial & seasonal creeks are home to a variety of flora and fauna including leopards, yellow-throated Himalayan martens, Himalayan palm civets, ghorals, barking deer and sambhar.

Attractions in Pangot

Pangot is located about 13 kilometers from Nainital, which is a popular hill station. The drive to here passes through the forested area of Cheena Peak Range via Snow View Point and Kilbury, which are birding spots. There days many accommodation available there which provided stay with food. 

The main attraction of Pangot are its birds; around 580 bird species have been recorded in this area. One can see a variety of Himalayan species along the way such as lammergeier, Himalayan griffon, blue-winged minla, spotted & slaty-backed forktail, rufous-bellied woodpecker, rufous-bellied niltava, khalij pheasant, variety of thrushes etc. Almost 150 bird species have been recorded at Pangot and the surrounding areas. The numerous perennial & seasonal creeks are home to a variety of flora and fauna including leopards, yellow-throated Himalayan martens, Himalayan palm civets, ghorals, barking deer and sambhar.

Snow View Point

If you have an interest in nature walks, Guano Hills in Pangot offer some of the best paths, covered with forests of bamboo, thick oak and deodar trees. During these leisure walks, you can partake in bird watching, spotting some rare bird species.Located at an altitude of 2270 meters above the sea level, Snow View Point in Uttarakhand is one of the most flocked tourist spot of the state. From here, enjoy the mesmerizing scenery of the snow-clad Himalayan peaks. A small beautiful temple is also placed nearby.

Nainital

Placed at an altitude of 1938 meters above the sea level, Nanital is just 15 km from Pangot. This popular hill station is blessed with scenic beauty, pleasant climate and Naini Lake, its prime tourist attraction.

Sat Tal

A group of 7 interconnected freshwater lakes, Sat Tal is located at a distance of 24 km from Pangot. Set at an altitude of 1370 meters above the sea level, Sat Tal is a cluster of lakes that is nestled in the forests of pine and oak trees. The names of the 7 lakes are Ram Tal, Purna Tal, Sita Tal, Garud Tal, Laxman Tal, Nal Damyanti Tal and Sukh Tal.

Bhim Tal

Just 24 km from Pangot, Bhim Tal is placed at an altitude of just 1375 km. A lake named Bhim Tal is its major attraction that has a small island right in its middle. This lake is known for its mythological connection that links it to the great Hindu epic of Mahabharata.