Amboli waterfall is situated at Amboli Ghat, in the Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra state, India. This hill station forms the southern range of the Sahyadri Hills. This is the last mountain resort before the coastal plain of the southern ranges of the Sahyadri Hills. The Konkan coast lies on one side of Amboli, whereas valleys are found on the other three sides.
The famous Amboli hill station is Known as one of the world’s Eco-hot spots, this place is in the Western Ghats known for its bracing and delighting environs. also, It has a 400 ft high waterfall which is a favorite tourist spot among youngsters. It receives very high rainfall and the hill station blooms after the monsoon. Amboli receives an annual rainfall of nearly 750 centimeters making it the wettest place in Maharashtra. During this time, small waterfalls adorn the way up to the hill station. Also, Amboli waterfall can be seen if you drive 1 km from Amboli.
The history of Amboli is interesting. It reflects the connection with the British Raj. Amboli hill station was established by Colonel Westrop, a British political agent. He opened the Ghat Road from the coastal town of Vengurla, presently in Southern Maharashtra to Belagum.
The hills of Amboli attract a large number of tourists to view the Konkan beach from the top of the Amboli hills. The destination sees a footfall of around 50,000 tourists each year. Best time to visit Amboli is during winter when the hills are swapped with panoramic beauty of gushing waterfalls down the hills. Amboli is a perfect destination for relaxing.