Amboli Maharashtra


Amboli is a hill station in south Maharashtra in Maharashtra. This is the last hill station at 6,025 meters (2,260 feet) above sea level
Mountain ranges of Goa

amboli hill station

Ambli's hill station is located at an altitude of 690 meters in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra. This hill station makes the southern boundary of the Sahyadri hills. Konkan coast is located on one side of Amboli while the valleys are found on the other side. Colonel Vestrop, a British political activist, made a major contribution to the development of Amboli as a hill station.

Amboli, receiving an annual rainfall of approximately 750 centimeters, is considered the oldest region in Maharashtra. Heavy rains contributed to the development of the forest with the steep hills of Amboli. During the rainy season, the mountain station is surrounded by mist. To see the Konkan beach from the top of Amboli Hills, hills of Amboli attract a large number of tourists. Destination sees the jolt of about 50,000 tourists every year.

Winter is the ideal time to visit Amboli, when the waterfall can be seen from the hills. Other prominent attractions of the place are Nagatta Falls, Hiranya Keshi, Shirgonkar, Mahadev and Narayan Gad, Bauxite Khan and Sagar View Point.

Nagatta Falls is a very popular site for picnics. Sea View Point offers a visual delight with a wide range of lands and mountains moving towards the Konkan coast. Located 10 km from Amboli, Bauxite Khan is another attraction.

Rickshaws, taxi rentals and even horses are also available for sightseeing in Amboli. Amboli's cool atmosphere prevails from the hot and humid summers of the city.

Amboli is 549 km from the city of Mumbai. Located 28 km from Amboli, Sawantwadi is the nearest railway station of the place, while Belgaum is the nearest airport located 64 km away. Visitors can avail the state transport buses from Sawantwadi, Vengurla, Belgaum and Ratnagiri to reach Amboli.
The source of the river Hiranyakshi is called the ancient Shiva temple (Hirayeshwar) which is on the hill near Amboli village.
Sits in the cave where water comes [citation capsule] Must be bold for tourists (7 meters)
Average, every year) and during the monsoon there are many caves and cloud fables that there are 108 Shivamandir and
Near Amboli, only a dozen of which is open, as in 2005

Amboli Map:- Click hare.

please come inside in Amboli 

amboli hill station

Amboli is an excellent place for trekking. There are several trails with different degrees of difficulty. However, beware of leech; Trails are getting along with them! Even if you are not a serious tracker, then Amboli has some lovely walks, which can easily be managed. Shirgaonkar Point, running from main road, is beautiful on any scene point like Mahadevgarh Point, remove green vegetation and currents on either side. The best way to find trails is to ask people in the hotel where you are living.

See in Amboli 

There are some places around and around Amboli where no one can go. All of these are very close and do not take more than a day to see them all. You can choose the tourist direction map provided from any hotel provided by MTDC.

  • For Belgaum :-
  • The plow falls:-
  •  Mahadev Gad:-
  • Hirainswari Temple :-This place is 5 km from Amboli's main bus stand. It is here that the river Hirainswari comes out. There is a temple which is built around the caves from which water flows to make the Hiriyaksi river. There is also a cave along with the temple which the local people say. The roads leading to the temple are specific to any village but the motor is capable.
  • Nangarta Falls:- Located on SH 121 at 10 km from Ambali's main bus stand, Nangta Falls is a narrow raven in which the water flows at a height of 40 feet. During the monsoon, heavy pouring of water becomes a hell of noise, which is not easy to remember. There is a bridge and a point of view which is made near the falls, from which the beauty of the falls can be enjoyed.
  • Kavleshet Point:- Situated at a distance of 11 km from Amboli's main bus stand, the Cavalus point provides some breathtaking views of the valley. During the monsoon, it can also find any small waterfall from the visible point. Shout your name and the valley will throw it back. One has to make one round from the highway and to reach the destination, it will have to drive on poorly maintained roads for more than 3 km and there will be no sign of human presence except the incoming vehicle. There are some signboards A tourist invites the presence of attraction, though they are all in Hindi or Marathi.
  • Maruti Temple:- Located 2 km from Amboli bus stand, the Maruti temple is home to Ganesh and Ram Mandir along with the Samadhi of the Saint from Amboli.
  • For Sawantwadi:-

             Sunset point
  • Mahadev Gad:- Located 2.5 km from Amboli's main bus stand, Mahadev Gad provides a view of the excellent valley. One has to drive on a poor (very) poorly maintained roads for more than one kilometer to take one round from the highway and reach the destination. There are some signboards that call the presence of tourist attractions, although they are all in Hindi or Marathi.
  • Sunset Point:- Sunset point is located on the highway towards Sawantwadi, one kilometer from main bus stand. Hotel Vistha Kamath can also be found with any view point.
  • Amboli Water Falls:-

       Located 3 km from Amboli's main bus stand
  • Shirgaonkar Point:- Located at a distance of 3 km from Amboli's main bus stand. To reach this point, one has to make one round from the main road.

Eat in Amboli 

The food styles of most food joints are synonymous with recipes that can taste in other parts of Maharashtra. You can find out of many food distances at 500 meters between main bus stand and police check post Only one of them served dishes.

For people interested in branded food, Vitthal Kamath can go to Sunset point. There is a nice meeting with the hotel. Good car parking and good views of the mountains Compared to other prices of Amboli, their price is quite high.

 Nearest railway stations in Amboli 

  • Sawantwadi Railway Station - 28 km (19 mi)
  • Kudal Railway Station - 47 km (30 mi)
  • Pernem Railway Station - 58 km (35 mi)
  • Belgaum Railway Station - 70 km (44 mi)
  • Kolhapur Railway Station - 110 km (66 mi)
  • Miraj Railway Station - 140 km (89 mi)
  • Madgaon Railway Station - 140 km (88 mi)

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