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A less famous, but very well striking hill resort, in the southern range of sahyadri hills. Amboli at a height of 690 m is the last peak resort before the coastal high ground settle, with a sigh, to form flat beaches. Visit the many view points for the agreeable view of the abundant hills and abundant plain. Amboli is on record as the wettest place in Maharashtra, with an average of nearly 750 centimeters (269 inches) of rain a year, falling stuck between June and October. In rainy time of year, the hill posting is enveloping in fog.
Sea view point proposes an unusual observation of the terra firma all the way to the blond Konkan coastline. pay out hours by yourself angling for a fish at Hiranyakeshi or a picnic at Nagatta falls, Mahadev gad And Narayan Gad. Waterlogged by dense forests and sharp valleys, this relaxing mountaintop offers some of the best panoramic views of the Konkan coast.
The bauxite mine 10 km away, is a enjoyable and very different excursion. If you are looking to use a few days in grand separation with your relatives Amboli is an ideal resort. Amboli has a cool and bracing climate - a welcome respite in summer.
Amboli Waterfalls: Amboli Waterfalls is a beautiful waterfall situated about 3 km from Amboli. This vast cascade gushes downhill as of the heap crest higher than. It pulls towards tourists and they take a quick wash before proceeding to Amboli. Amboli is about 110 km from Panaji and 28 km from Sawantwadi. One has to take the Mumbai-Goa freeway and take a diversion at Sawantwadi to reach here.
Best time to visit: Amboli in the sindhdurg district shows great hand of a pleasant and affordable welcome to its tourists through Out the Year, except during Monsoon.
Distance from Amboli:
Mumbai: 550 km
Pune: 390 km
Kolhapur: 120 km
Ratnagiri: 215 km
Belgaum: 65 km
How to get there:
Road: Amboli is well connected by road to all the surrounding cities Kolhapur, Belgaum, Panjim.
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