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Jampuri Hills are located at an altitude of approximately 1000 m. Lying in North Tripura district, the summit of the Jampui Hills commands a breathtaking natural view of the towns nearby.

Orange plantations of Jampui Hills are famous throughout India. The people are predominantly Lushais and Reangs. During November every year, the unique Orange festival is celebrated here. A large number of tourists, both domestic and foreign, participate and enjoy the festivities.

The rainy season is no less charming when the hills are covered with floating clouds and provide a rare experience to the tourists. The formation of clouds at the bottom of the hill range and its gradual ascendance from the bottom to the top engulf the entire region in its mystic lap thus offering a memorable experience to the visitors.

   
 
  The enigmatic Scenic vistas  
 
How to Reach
 

Airport - Agartala (200 km)
Railheads
- Manughat/ Kumarghat
Road
- The Jampui Hills can be accessed by road from Dharmanagar and Kailashahar.

The views of rising and setting sun from various vantage points in Jampui Hills is a wonderful sight. These points also provide excellent panoramic views of the valley and villages of Mizoram.

From the watchtower at the highest peak, Betlingchhip (3200 feet), the Chittagong hill tracts, the Kanchanpur-Dasda valley other hill ranges of Tripura and Mizoram unfold an enigmatic scenic vista.

The cobweb of picturesque trekking trails, punctuated by friendly brooks and serene lakes along the Jampui Hills, are a treat for the outdoor enthusiasts.

 
 
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