Bhor Ghat or Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut is a mountain passage located between Palasdari and Khandala for railway and between Khopoliand Khandala on the road route in Maharashtra, India situated on the crest of the western Ghats. It is located at an elevation of four hundred and forty-one meters’ elevation above sea level.
The ghat has a bit of historical evidence. The ghat was the ancient route developed by Satavahana to connect the ports of Choul, Revdanda Panvel etc. on the Konkan coast and the surrounding areas on the Deccan plateau. Today the ghat play a massive part of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway laid from Mumbai to Pune.
From lakes to dense woods and waterfalls, the ghat offers all these delicacies of nature to be relished by the aspiring eyes. The place has its own beauty. One must approach the Ghat travelling through car where tourist can explore the place at their own pace.