Places of Interest

Amboli Waterfall:
Every year more than 50,000 tourists visit this place. In rainy season you will see beautiful waterfalls here. The sunset point, the origin of Hiranyakeshi river Nagartas fall, Narayangad, Mahadergad, Kawalesad are some major points worth visiting. You can enjoy a restful holidays away from the crowds that you find at other resorts.

   Amboli village is well known as ?ahabaleshwar' of konkan. It is an eco-friendly hill station that promises you an experience to get lost into the spectacular beauty of nature, nuturing the poet in you. Amboli is an ideal retreat for the vacationers searching for seclusion and solace.

Places to see nearby:
Moti Talao (Lake)                                                Terekhol Fort

Redi Ganesh                                                       Sagareshwar Beach

Bhogve Beach                                                   Nivati Beach

Shiroda Velagar Beach                                      Sindhudurg Fort

Bhalachandra Maharaj Ashram                          Kunkeshwar Temple

   Located in the Sahyadri ranges in the Western Ghats,Amboli is a quaint hill station, surrounded by thick forests of the Anjani tree and plantations of cardamom; and crisscrossed by a number of tiny streams. It is situated at a height of 690 m and is particularly known for the forests and steep mountains on one side and having the sandy Konkan coast on the other side. This hill station is also the wettest place in Maharashtra, receiving the maximum rainfall and is popular during the monsoons.
Sightseeing Highlights:
   The main attractions are the many viewpoints that offer panoramic vistas of the valley such as Sea-view Point, Purvicha Vas, and Mahadevgad Point - all of which unfold a view of the Konkan coast merging with the Arabian Sea. Tourists can visit the ruins of Madhavgadh fort in the vicinity. One can also visit the historic botanical gardens and picnic there. Mahadevgad and Narayangad are other hill stations in the area. There is also a small temple and a red laterite cave nearby that is a base for exploration by many trekkers.
Other Activities:
    Tourists can visit the Hiranya Keshi temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva; while Nagatra falls and Narayangad, which are about 9 km away, are perfect for picnicking and angling.Amboli is a serene and picturesque hill resort, located near Sawantwadi. Popularly referred as Mahabaleshwar of Konkan, this less known exotic village is all surrounded with dense forest and lush hills. During rainy season, Amboli is adorned with milky waterfalls that add charm to the beauty of this tranquil hill station. Hiranyakchi and Nangartar Waterfall are the ideal picnic spots in Amboli. Manohargad fort and Mansantoshgad fort near amboli are also worth visiting.

    Amboli has plethora of lower and mid range hotels, tourist guesthouses and an MTDC resort. Most of the hotels in Amboli are located midst the tree-canopied hills. The rates of the hotels in Amboli rise up during Monsoon. Equipped with all essential amenities, Amboli hotels offers beautifully furnished accommodation that affords panoramic views of the verdant mountains and splendidly beautiful valley. Most of the hotels in Amboli have their in house restaurants that cater mouthwatering food. Well known for their impeccable service, Amboli hotels put their best effort to meet up the expectations of every guest.