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Amboli Tourism – Maharashtra
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Amboli is relatively less explored as compared to other hill stations of Maharashtra. Amboli is the last hill station of the state before the coastal highlands of Goa begin. The hill station is situated in the south of the state with an altitude of 690 mt. As we all know Amboli lies in the Sahayadri hills which are one of the “eco hot-spot” and is surrounded by unusual fauna and flora. Here, you will find the ancient Shiva temple called Hiranyakeshwar sitting in the cave and the source of the river that is called Hiranyakeshi in the village. It is really adorable to cover the Sahayadri hill range because it is more than your imagination because of the phenomenal surprises of nature like the sunrise at taj mahal.

There are many interesting points about the Amboli village like many men had served in the British army and it is also known for sending a huge number of youngsters to serve the Indian Army. Shahid Soldier Pandurang Mahadev Gawade also belongs to the Amboli village and was posthumously awarded Shaurya Chakra on the eve of the 68th Republic Day of India. When we highlighted the history of the village, it came into begin as one of the major posts during the British period along the road from Vengurla port to the city of Belgaum for the supply of their garrisons in central India and south as well. The major attraction over here is on the time of monsoon and you can also visit anytime to see the 108 Shiva temples in and nearby the Amboli. It is the place that receives the highest rainfall in Maharashtra. There are many places to visit in Amboli and nearby such as Amboli waterfall, Madhavgad Fort, Shirgaonkar Point, Hiranyakeshi temple, Nangarta waterfall, Durg Dhakoba trek, sunset point, and many more. All the visiting points are really good to explore one by one you must go according to your plan.

Best Time To Visit: Amboli is the least crowded place among all the hill stations of Maharashtra. You can visit the hill station anytime throughout the year because nature will never disappoint you but the blossom at its peak in the months of monsoon from June to September during this period in Amboli you will witness the entire place look like the magical world beyond your imagination, refreshing, lush greenery and many more but for capturing the moment like this you need to value the timing of the place for perfection like tourist considered taj mahal agra timings for the best moment of life. Hill station has generally pleasant weather conditions so you can visit whenever you want.

How To Reach

Amboli is quite difficult to reach because there is no direct flight to reach the destination and railways as well no belongs to direct train. But you can reach there by roadway because of the good network connectivity of roads. Amboli is situated lies on state highway 121 which connects to the Sawantwadi and Belgaum. Amboli is also closer to the Goa, so the nearest airport is in Dabolim from where the place is around 57km away from there you can easily hire a taxi. The hill station is in the Konkan region of Maharashtra so the nearest railway station is in Sawantwadi which is around 30km away from the place. You can easily get regular services by bus and taxi as well. For more information and want to make proper itinerary then you can visit our website from there you can contact us.