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thakur87 wrote a review Aug 2018
Mumbai, India240 contributions52 helpful votes
this place is best in amboli . there is reverse water fall and water is coming back with wind. great fun with beautiful view of green valley.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Vishal K wrote a review Jul 2018
Belgaum, India2 contributions
70km from Belgaum city.. one of an experience..speciality is the reverse waterfalls..fog,mist,rain together make it a beautiful combo..ur umbrellas are sure to get damaged due the breeze..u can also visit the main amboli waterfalls and few places including a temple..
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Dinu J wrote a review Aug 2017
Kochi (Cochin), India42 contributions9 helpful votes
If you are visiting Amboli waterfalls you should visit this area also. The location is available in google maps too. The road which leads to the view point from the main road is totally damaged and bit congested in some areas for two vehicles to cross away each other. Once you reach the view point there are many parking lots and some local food vendors over there in the entrance area. The view point is fantastic, most of the time its foggy, but sometimes gets clear and when it gets clear you can view small waterfalls in the green mountains opposite to the view point. The location is worth in spending half an hour to 1 hour time. The view of mountains and waterfalls from the location is amazing and exciting...
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Vinit_Rewatkar wrote a review Jul 2016
Pune, India31 contributions22 helpful votes
It is located at a distance of 10km from Amboli to Kolhapur route. One would have to take a detour after 7 km from Amboli on the Amboli-Kolhapur highway to Kavlesad. Kavlesad point provides astonishing view of valley. We visited in the beginning of July this year and find many waterfalls from the view point as there was heavy rain. In monsoon the places is full of fog and the water of waterfall froms the reversing falls due to wind.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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S3cube1223 wrote a review Mar 2016
Mumbai, India157 contributions38 helpful votes
I visited Kavalshet Point during my trip to Amboli.You can see 6-7 hills join through the valley in the middle, and is probably a good photo-op at best.I wasn't particularly wow-ed by the point , that's perhaps because it's a view similar to what you get in Lonavala, or any other hill station.However, there isn't much to do in Amboli, so if you are here, drop by.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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