Lonely Planet Magazine India

Watch the frogs come out to play in Amboli, Maharashtra

Out of MUMBAI (490km)

Amboli, nestled in the crest of the Western Ghats, is the last hill-station in Maharashtra before the coastal highlands of Goa. Every monsoon, it turns out into a playground of sorts. On the one hand, there are frogs of many, many species that come out to attract potential mates; on the other

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