Manoli, Amba

Imagine living at an altitude of 2000 ft next to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, submersed in cool sea breeze from the Arabian sea, surrounded by diverse flora and fauna and nestled amidst an ancient mountain range, the Sahyadris, with access to all modern amenities and conveniences.

Situated between the important cities of Ratnagiri and Kolhapur – Manoli (Amba) is a unique location nestled amongst the Sahyadri mountains. It combines the benefits of a hill-station with the connectivity of a small town.

2000 ft


Strategically located midway on the Ratnagiri‑Kolhapur segment of Ratnagiri‑Nagpur National Highway (N. H. 166), an important highway of Government of India’s Bharatmala project that aims to connect the western coast of India to Central India, Anvika is easily accessible by air, rail or road.

40 km from Mumbai-Goa Highway (N.H. 66) 60 km from Pune-Bangalore Highway (N.H. 48)

Air connectivity from Kolhapur, Belgaum and Pune

Rail connectivity from Kolhapur and Ratnagiri

Nearby Attractions

Discover local history and culture at Vishalghad fort which is about 15 km away, Pawankhind and Panhala forts not far from there or take a walk outside the project to spot local and endangered wildlife or make a day trip to Ganapatipule beach nearby or Manoli Dam, at Anvika you will have plenty of options to be one with nature.

An Ideal Setting

The surrounding evergreen forests and its several species of flora and fauna confirm the absence of any kind of pollution or man-made problems. The multitude of water bodies ensure consistent vegetation throughout the year and also regulate land temperatures, which make summers pleasant and cool, while the monsoon makes the entire region burst with more life, the winters on the other hand transform the region into a picturesque hill-station.

Summer 25°c - 35°c

Monsoon 24°c - 30°c

Winter 20°c - 30°c