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 lies in the Sahayadri Hills of Western India, one of the world’s “Eco Hot-Spots” and it therefore abounds in a variety of fairly unique flora and fauna. However, as in the other parts of the Sahaydri Hills, denudation of the forest cover and unregulated government assisted “development” (read “hotels, resorts & highways”) are gradually ruining a once pristine environment.
Kawale Sad Point :
Mahadeogad Point :
The main features of this fall are the considerable force of wind, rushing rolls of mist and very deep valley, apparently lost in misty layears, But, at frequent intervals, the mist is blown off and the valley is clearly visible All this view is indeed a nectar to eye.
Nangartas Fall :
The sight of this fall is at the distance of 11km.from Amboli (along Amboli-Belgaon Rd.)As the shape of this fall is like a plugh-furrow, it is called as Nangartas. Here a small rivulet leaps down into a narrow valley and flows further