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Amboli experiences moderate weather conditions during the year. The summer season extends from the month of March to May. The summers are hot and dry with average temperature ranging between 22°C and 40°C. The season of monsoon begins in June and continues till September. Heavy rainfall occurs during this season. Monsoon here on a whole is pleasant but humid. Winters lasting from December to February are very cool with the temperature ranging between 10°C and 30°C. The best time to visit the city of Amboli is between the month of October and February.

How To Reach

By Road:

Amboli city is well-connected via road to Mumbai and Goa (111 kms). Amboli is also connected to cities like Kolhapur (129 km), Belgaum (68 kms). The main modes of road transport are rickshaws and taxis. Tourist buses ply between Savantwadi and Mumbai.

By Air:

Belguam and Panaji are the nearest airport to Amboli and are connected directly with Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai. Tourists can avail international flights from Mumbai Airport which is located at a distance of 555 km away from the city of Amboli.

By Rail:

Savantwadi is the closest railway station from Amboli, situated 30 km away. The Savantwadi railhead is connected by broad gauge to several rail heads within the state of Maharashtra. Taxis, available from the railway station, convey tourists to Amboli. Miraj is also a nearby station (140 kms)


Amboli is a calm and breathtaking hill station which provides tourists with several sightseeing opportunities. The gorgeous scenes of the nearby valley and the tree-lines vistas of the Konkan Coast impart Amboli with a scenic environment. The place is visited by over 50,000 tourists every year. The city is also popular as a perfect romantic honeymoon spot. The seclusion and natural environment heightens the beauty of the region. Adventurous travellers can indulge in lot of activities like trekking, rafting, jungle walks and horse-riding.


Amboli was originally developed as a summer destination by Colonel Westrop, a political agent for the British. Traces of British and Portuguese rule still exist in some areas of the city, leaving a colonial charm. Amboli is situated in the southern ranges of the Shayadari Hills, close to Savantwadi and is located at an elevation of 690 m. Enclosed by lush, green forests and rolling valleys, this placid hill station extends up to the Konkan Coast. Amboli town is a popular eco tourism destination due to the large variety of flora and fauna present here. Several small temples in and around the town lends it a serene charm.


Tourists can shop for handcrafted products and jewelry items in Amboli. The cuisine of Amboli consists of both pure vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Fish and chicken dishes, including chicken vaati, are popular.