About Tura

Tura is a hilly town and a municipality in the West Garo Hills district in the Indian state of Meghalaya. One of the largest towns in Meghalaya, Tura is a valley located at the foothills of the Tura Hills and right below Tura Peak.
Balpakram National Park

Balpakram National Park is located nearly 3000 meters above sea level, near Garo Hills in Meghalaya. Know more about the land of scenic beauty, wildlife, and travel tips.
Tura Peak

Tura Peak, is a beautiful and magnificent hill, standing at a height of 872 metres above sea level. This majestic peak provides a panoramic view of the lower Brahmaputra valley and the golden-yellow plains of Bangladesh.
Arbella Peak

Arbella Peak is 999 meters high. It lies on the northern side of Asananggre village on the Tura Guwahati road. Most of the peaks in this mountain range fall in the East Garo Hills district.
Nokrek National Park

Nokrek National Park, the core area of Nokrek Biosphere Reserve, is a national park located approximately 2 km from Tura Peak in the West Garo Hills district of Meghalaya, India.
Pelga Falls

Pelga falls located at a distance of 7 km from Tura has become an increasingly hot spot for anglers and picnickers in recent years.
Siju Caves

Siju Cave is located in Meghalaya state near Naphak Lane and Simsang River game reserve. It is a limestone cave. The Cave is filled with water and is considered the third-longest cave system in India.

Wadagokgre is a Village in Selsella Block in West Garo Hills District of Meghalaya State.
Rong Bang Dare Waterfalls

Rong Bang Dare waterfalls, which is a tributary of the Simsang river. It falls a little ahead of Rombagre village. The real charm and grandeur can only be felt when one goes down to the place at the bottom of the waterfalls.
Imilchang Dare Falls

Imil-Chang-Dare, a beautiful and stunning waterfall. The place with its picturesque beauty amidst lush green surrounding and crystal clear flowing of water in a gush from a height is surely a treat for the eyes.
Best Time To Visit Tura

Tura is a scenic hilly town is located in the Garo Hills. It is famous for the 3rd longest cave system in India. It is located behind the Tura hills. The climate of Tura is very pleasant around the year. Read to know about the best season to visit Tura.  Summer temperature is warm and humid in Tura and the maximum temperature reaches up to 32°C. Due to the unpredicted Monsoon season, it is not advisable to visit hill station Tura during summer. Monsoon is from June to September. The region experiences heavy rainfall during these months. Generally, the monsoon is not a preferable season to visit Tura due to floods in the Siju cave and nearby National Park. The winter season is between December and February and is cool. The best time to visit Tura is during winter. Famous Siju cave and nearby wildlife sanctuaries are open in winter.

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