Things to Do in Tura


Tura is a trekker's paradise, with several trails winding through its lush hills and valleys. The trek to Tura Peak is particularly popular, offering stunning views and a chance to immerse oneself in the natural beauty of the region.

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Cultural Experiences

Tura is rich in Garo culture and visitors can experience this by attending local festivals, visiting traditional Garo villages and trying out the local cuisine. The Wangala Festival, celebrated in November, is a particularly vibrant and colourful event that showcases the dance, music and traditions of the Garo people.

Bird Watching

The dense forests and national parks around Tura are home to a wide variety of bird species, making it an ideal spot for bird watching. Nokrek National Park and Balpakram National Park are some of the best places to observe exotic birds in their natural habitat.

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Places to See in Tura

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Tura Peak

The Tura Peak is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Tura where people can enjoy scintillating views of the lush green surroundings. It is a breathtaking spot and should be one of the places to visit on your Plan Your Trip.

Pelga Falls

Meghalaya, known for its little ridges, crags and cliffs, has another great aspect: its waterfalls. The Pelga Falls are a living example of the beauty Meghalaya has to offer its visitors.



This village is another example of Tura Tourism. Thousands of people visit Meghalaya every year only for the Chandigre village and it is quite a treat to the eyes!

Baghmara Reserve Forest

Baghmara Reserve Forest is located at a distance of 4 km from the town of Baghmara. The forest is home to animals like langurs and elephants. Tourists can also spot insectivorous pitcher plants or the spirits' basket that are popular in the area.

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Siju Caves

Siju is famous for Dobakkol, or the bat cave, with impressive stalagmites and stalactites.