Shirgaonkar Point: The Shirgaonkar Point is famous for the beautiful panoramic view it provides of the valley, located at a distance of 3km from the main bus stand of Amboli Chaukul.
Hiranya Keshi Temple: This unique temple is the base where the Hiranyakeshi River originates or begins it’s downwards journey. This temple is built around ancient natural caves from where the sweet waters flow down to become the Hiranyakeshi River. The shrine also houses an idol of Lord Shiva, Goddess Parvati’s husband.The temple is situated by the river site of the River Hiranya Keshi and is an apt place to indulge in some fishing activities or simply meditate.
Timings - Opening & Closing: Monday - Friday: 6.00 AM - 8.00 PM , Saturday: 6.00 AM - 8.00 PM , Sunday: 6.00 AM - 8.00 PM , Public Holidays: 6.00 AM - 8.00 PM
Madhavgad Fort: The Madhavgad Fort gives good views of the surrounding forests. The fort can be reached only from the northern side. It gives a terrific view of the Konkan and the Arabian Sea. The Madhavgad Fort is 4 times the size of Shaniwarwada in Pune. It is in a state of ruins but gives its visitors an idea of the war that took place here in the olden days.
Nangarta Falls: The Nangarta Falls is a narrow gorge on which the water falls from a height of 40ft. It is situated 10km away from Amboli. Water coming from mountains and fall for more than 50 foot down and best thing is that the gap between two mountains is less than 2 foot. Means there is a valley for water and gap in between two mountains is less than 2 foot, and if there is a slight Sunlight then you can see no. of Rainbows in between that gap. The falls flow down from a height of more than 40 feet. It makes tremendous noise during the monsoons when the flow of water increases. The cascade has a view point and a bridge built very near to it for people to enjoy the scenery.
Sunset Point: Sunset point is 1.5 km from Amboli. Wide range of mountains and valley is open from this point. So that you can see Sunset at the evening, sunset views also presents lovely views of the surrounding forests and sometimes it’s also possible to see deers or catch a glimpse of a rare leopard.
Parikshit Point: Parikshit Point, You can hike your way to this point through the thick canopy of Jambhool and Anjani trees, is the highest peak in Amboli. It is 2.5 km away from Hill station and it spread green view to enjoy.