WSR Monsoon Trip to Amboli Ghats on 08th - 09th July 2017


Short info:

About: Amboli Ghats

Region: Sahyadri hills in the Sindhudurg district

Type: Trail

Difficulty level: Easy

Batch: 20 max

Cost: 3250/- Per Person

           3000/-For WSR Members

Leads: Radhika/Vishwajeet


Placed at an above sea level of 690 meters, Amboli is a lesser-known but an extremely beautiful hill town in Maharashtra. Placed in the southern range of Sahyadri hills. This beautiful, tranquil hill station was developed by a British political agent Colonel Westrop. Amboli receives the highest rainfall in Maharashtra


Major attractions:

Amboli Falls- The huge Amboli Waterfalls are a major attraction here. The waterfalls are in their prime in the monsoon season when the water gushes in plenty.

Nangarta Falls Nangarta falls is a narrow ravine into which the water flows from a height of over 40 feet. During the monsoons’, the heavy pour of water makes a hell of a noise that’s not easy to miss. There is a bridge and a view point that have been constructed near the falls from where one can enjoy the beauty of the falls.

Kavleshet Point Kavlesad point provides some breath taking valley views. One can also find may small waterfalls from the view point during the monsoon. Try shouting your name and the valley would throw it back to you.

Mahadev Gad Mahadev Gad provides excellent valley views.

Sunset Point located on the highway toward Sawantwadi at a distance of a kilometer from the main bus stand offers a beautiful sunset view

Shirgaonkar Point is famous for the beautiful panoramic view it provides of the valley. Situated about 3 km. from the Main Bus stop, this place works its charm best in the monsoons.

Hiranyakeshi Temple this  temple that is built around the caves from where the waters flows down to form the Hiranyakeshi river



Day 1: 6.30 pm Meet at LTT station- depart for Belgaum, Reach resort by 10am , freshen up breakfast & leave for local sight-seeing by  local vehicle reach back hotel by 7 pm & relax

Day 2: start early morning check out from hotel, visit local sightseeing points & reach station by 5pm to catch a train for Mumbai,Mondaymorning reach Mumbai by 7am



Non AC Sleeper Coach Train Reservation from  Mumbai to Sawantwadi/ Belgaum Return

2 Breakfast , 1 Lunch.1 Dinner (Veg). First aid medicine & Expertise



Sunday Dinner, Insurance, Cold drinks/ Bisleri, anything that not mentioned above


Things to be carried:

Monsoon wear( Raincoat/Ponchos)

Identity proof (Must),

A bottle of water (Minimum 2 Ltrs),

TORCH with extra batteries (compulsory),

Extra Pair of clothes

Camera (Optional),

Cap etc,

Medicine those if u require usually (Optional),

Good trekking shoes, extra pair of socks.


Please read "Terms & Conditions" before joining for any events.




One needs to deposit Rs.1000/- amount in advance to book your seat into the following bank account to confirm his/her registration.

Account Name : Vishwajeet patil

Bank : SBI

Account Type : Saving.

Account No : 33251324300

IFSC Code : SBIN0012926

Branch : Bibwewadi branch Pune


For more Details Call Team WSR:

Vishwajeet: 7720091989

Radhika:    9022045932

if not reachable whats app us on the same no.

Email id:


Once payment is done, please send an email with Transaction ID, Participant Name, Email ID, Cell Number



Cancellation and Refund Policy:

No refund of train ticket charges

1. If cancellation done prior to 10 days of outing 75% will be refunded.

2. If done prior to 5 days of outing 50% will be refunded

3. After that no refund will be provided.


Medical Disclaimer: 

It is mandatory that you visit your personal physician before enrolling for the trip if you suffer from any illness of any kind and disclose the same and your medical history to the organizers of the trip so that best possible arrangements can be carried out post approval. As organizers of the trip, we will be responsible for providing basic first aid throughout the trip. In case of unexpected mishaps or accidents, we will arrange for the injured patron to be taken to the nearest medical hospital wherever possible. The medical expenses will have to be borne by the patrons themselves.