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Best time to visit

October - March

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About Amboli

Amboli is a serene, quaint and pristine hill resort located at an altitude of 690m and nestled in the southern range of Sahyadri hills. During the rainy season it gets engulfed with mist. Interspersed with lush green verdant vegetation and majestic valleys this placid mountain top renders some of the best views of Konkan region. Amboli was brought into existence by a British official Colonel Westrop. One can go for a trip to Bauxite mines which are merely 10 km away. Amboli is a famous destination for honeymoon travellers as it is provides exquisite surroundings. It is also a suitable destination for adventure seekers as one can get to have horse ride here.
Nearest railhead is Savantwadi which is 30 km away. The nearest airport is Goa which is connected to Mumbai and Bangalore.  Amboli is connected by road transport services to cities in Goa and Mumbai.
Madhavgarh Fort offers picturesque view of the adjoining areas. It can only be accessed from the northern side. It provides a beautiful view of the Konkan range and Arabian sea. It is four times in size of Shaniwarvada, Pune. It is in a dilapidated condition these days. It is basically a memorial located on the main road. The fort provides us a fair idea of the battles that took place in bygone  times. One can view words on theinscriptions on the tombstone.
The Amboli Falls is a major tourist attraction and is a splendid waterfall which draws many tourists to Amboli every year. The waterfall is in full glory during the rainy season. It is a thrill to watch the roar of the gushing waterfall. It provides major relief to the localites and tourists amidst summers as it provides escapade from the scorching heat.
The Nangartas Falls is situated at a distance of 10 km from Amboli. It is situated in Sindhudurg district. The falls is renowned for its refreshing and pleasing ambience. The falls enter into an alluring and narrow ravine making a big uproar. This makes one aware that there is a fall just 10km distance from the road. One can view a concrete bridge constructed over it so that tourists can obtain a better view of the ravine. The beauty of the falls is highly mesmerising.
There is a small Shiva temple built in front of a cave where Hiranyakeshi Uppam the river originates. It is an ancient temple and has been built many years ago. It is believed by the folklore that the temple has been constructed by a person who was himself a manifestation of Lord Shiva.  The temple is highly sacrilegious and peaceful. The cave has seven ponds inside and sunlight can reach only the last pond. Devotees flock to the temple in large numbers during Mahashivratri. The cave offers a dark view from inside and nobody goes on to explore it.