Amboli Water Falls in Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, India - get details, & find more attractions to visit nearby

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Amboli Water Falls

Amboli Water Falls, Parpoli, Maharashtra 416510

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About Amboli Water Falls

It is a breathtaking waterfall located in south Maharashtra. Amboli is one of the world's "Eco Hot-Spots" category.



Attractions near Amboli Water Falls

Mandrem Beach43.85km from Amboli Water Falls

White sand beach with clear water. Quiet and peaceful, the view of Mandrem Beach is special during high tide time when the sea water rushes into the Mandrem Creek.

Chapora Beach47.09km from Amboli Water Falls

White sands, black lava rocks, sapphire expanse, and shaking palms. One of the most favorite beaches of Goa, with plenty of shacks and restaurants around.

Chapora Fort47.36km from Amboli Water Falls

This ancient fort in North Goa offers splendid views of the adjoining Vagator beach and overlooks the Arabian Sea from all angles.

Anjuna Beach50.06km from Amboli Water Falls

Part of a 30 kilometers extended beach coastline along the west coast of Goa by the Arabian sea. In some parts of the beach, you will be able to see an array of red laterite rocks protruding out to the sea.

Se Cathedral50.36km from Amboli Water Falls

Built to commemorate the victory of the Portuguese under Afonso de Albuquerque over a Muslim army, leading to the capture of the city of Goa in 1510. Since the day of the victory happened to be on the feast of Saint Catherine, the cathedral was dedicated to her.

Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary50.39km from Amboli Water Falls

An estuarine mangrove habitat declared as a Bird sanctuary. The sanctuary is named after Salim Ali, the eminent Indian Ornithologist. Accessed by a ferry service running between Ribander and Chorão, it sanctuary has a paved walk that runs between mangroves.

Where is Amboli Water Falls

Discover more attractions in Sindhudurg, where Amboli Water Falls is located

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Sindhudurg district is the southern part of 'Konkan'. The district is named after the fort of Sindhudurg (which means "fort in the sea"), which lies on a rocky island just off the coast of Malvan. The district is surrounded by the Arabian Sea on the east, the Belgaum District (Karnataka state) and Goa on the South and the Ratnagiri district on the North.