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Unravelling Beauty Amidst Lush Green Canopies.

The Tura Peak, which is about 5 kms trekking distance from the town, is a nature lover's delight... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Tura, India
Tura range has been declared a reserve forest with an observatory!!!

A beautiful and majestic hill stands on the eastern side of Tura at a height of 872 m above sea... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
Nagpur, India
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Garo Hills, Tura, India
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Reviewed 23 May 2017

The Tura Peak, which is about 5 kms trekking distance from the town, is a nature lover's delight. Beneath it's bluish-green tropical deciduous vegetation are many hidden thrills; like the awesome Rengsangrap Falls, the British era Cinchona trees, the gibbons, the hornbills and the best...More

4  Thank CTKMarak
Reviewed 6 April 2017

A beautiful and majestic hill stands on the eastern side of Tura at a height of 872 m above sea level overlooking the town of Tura. Local legend has it that the peak provides a sacred shelter or abode to the ‘Gods’ and it is...More

Reviewed 26 July 2016

Once you reached on the peak you'll find peace , cool breeze, pleasant environment and make sure to bring food and plenty of water along with you, at the top of the Peak you ll find a tower not in good condition but it will...More

1  Thank arun_kolk
Reviewed 16 February 2016 via mobile

Located at the border of the beautiful city of Tura, as part of the Garo Hills. Several paths May lead you to the main path to the Peak! you can Just ask around in the Village about the direction, or use the navigation in your...More

3  Thank TeunvandeBraak
Reviewed 28 October 2015

I hiked up to the Nengsan grap somewhere below Tura peak as it was not possible to climb up to Tura peak. Full of green majestic thick forest on the eastern side of Tura. It is worth visiting to have a view of pure forest...More

2  Thank Bijoy_Sangma
Reviewed 16 October 2015

Tura is a nice enough place to stay, and the view from Tura Peak is lovely. Actually, the whole city is nice - it's just getting there that's tough!

3  Thank jennipi
Reviewed 23 March 2015

I had climbed this mountain twice. It is a massive mountain. Indeed tiresome, but after reaching there, feels pleasant, good breeze and good to look around. Birds chirping are interesting, cool water to drink from many streams. Lovely!

4  Thank Lyndoh Tegite S
Reviewed 31 January 2015

Huge and great one once you open the room curtain...you feel like reaching the top of the peak... very quiet yet would love to explore it.

2  Thank 146golfer
Reviewed 25 November 2014

The view from peak is almost same like other peaks, but here hardly any crowd. only the sound of wind. Close your eyes and stand for some time, you will feel something new / better / relaxed. Here it is only you and nature, no...More

6  Thank vinodsekar03
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