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Amboli Falls

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Time Required: 1-2 hrs

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INR 10 per person (This ticket needs to be purchased only by those people who want to climb up the stairs and have a closer look at the waterfall)
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Amboli Falls, Amboli Overview

The breathtaking Amboli Waterfalls is located in the hill station of Amboli in south Maharashtra in India. Situated in the Sahyadri Hills of the western part of India, Amboli is situated at the height of 690 metres above the sea level and is counted as one of the eco spots of the world since it is home to unusual species of flora and fauna. The Amboli Waterfall is one of the most famous tourist attractions that can be found in Amboli and is visited by numerous tourists all through the year.

This incredibly high waterfall is surrounded by numerous other waterfalls as well, and the sight of the falling water and the surrounding greenery add to the beauty and charm of the already mesmerising place. Since the beauty of the falls cannot be enjoyed throughout the year, the excitement and curiosity to witness this magical waterfall becomes doubled, and couples, children, groups of friends, as well as families, have a gala time at the Amboli Waterfalls.

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A flight of concrete stairs takes visitors up to the waterfall, where they can either merely sit back, relax and enjoy the magnificent views, or take a dip in the clean waters of the Amboli Waterfalls. Since the area is quite small, it becomes crowded very quickly; but the liveliness at the waterfall only adds to the joy of the visit.

Numerous local vendors have their stalls near the waterfall and serve lip-smacking local dishes. One must enjoy the Sabudana Vada, Onion Bhaji and roasted bhutta while viewing the beauty of the waterfalls. These shacks also serve tea and Maggi noodles.

The best time to visit the Amboli Waterfall is in the monsoon season since the waterfalls are in their prime during this time and the water gushes in plenty. Thus, it is a good idea to visit the attraction between June and July.

1. Avoid visiting the waterfalls on holidays as the attraction remains particularly crowded on these days.  
2. Changing room facility is provided by the Gram Panchayat and costs INR 10 per person.
3. Be extremely cautious as the rocks may become slippery during monsoons.

The Amboli Waterfalls is situated just 3 kilometres away from the main bus stop. The only mode of local transport available here are autos and private taxis, so you can avail either of the two to reach the waterfalls.

Parking facilities are available on one side of the road, so you need not worry about taking your private vehicle and parking hassles.

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