Amboli is a hill station in south Maharashtra, India. At an altitude of 690 m it is the last hill station before the coastal highlands of Goa and a relatively unexplored one.
Amboli village is well known as ‘Mahabaleshwar' of konkan. It is an eco-friendly hill station that promises you an experience to get lost into the spectacular beauty of nature, bringing out the poet in you.
The sunset point, Amboli Waterfall, the origin of Hiranyakeshi river, Nagartas falls, Narayangad, Mahadevgad, Kawalesad, Raghaveshwar temple are some major points worth visiting. You can enjoy a restful holidays away from the crowd that you find at other resorts. If you are in pursuit of peace and solitude, visit Amboli, a tranquil hill station on the Western Ghats, surrounded by thick forests and tree canopied hills.
The nearest rail heads are; Sawantwadi Road - 28 km, Kolhapur - 110 km, Sangli - 148 km, Belgaum - 70 km, and Miraj -140 km. Both Sawantwadi and Belgaum are well connected with all the important rail heads from all parts of the country.
By Bus -
Amboli is on the SH 121 that connects Belgaum and Sawantwadi. There aren’t any luxury buses that ply to Amboli. There are general buses both from KSRTC & MSRTC. It takes between 2-3 hours to reach Amboli from Belgaum & 1hour to reach from Sawantwadi.
By Air -
The nearest airport to reach Amboli would be the Dabolim Airport, Goa at 104 km or Sambre Airport, Belgaum at 70 km.