Tripura

Tripura, the second smallest state in the country. It is one of the members of seven sisters of North East. Tripura is a beauty and the attractive place in north east India. Tripura is a hilly region with elevation varying from 50 feet to 3080 feet with picturesque capital town of Agartala offering beautiful palaces, gardens, hills, temples, lakes and waterfalls. Its verdant expanses and rich forestland is a great attraction to the tourist. For travelers it offers a plethora of delightful attractions in its cavalcade of historic places, rock cut carvings, sculptures, holy places for Buddhist and Hindus, wild life sanctuaries and its people. The people of Tripura with tribal groups are a rich and varied culture mainly belongs to the Reang, Chakma, Halam and Usai community of the state. The states cultural and ethnic diversity, its ancient temples, wildlife and its tradition of handcraft are appealing enough for the visitors. Time to visit the state is between the month of September to March with temperature in summer and winters are mild. Few of the tours popular among tourist is Agartala - Unakoti - Kumarghat - Agartala - Neermahal – Udaipur - Agartala - Jampui Hills – Agartala. Agartala – Neermahal – Udaipur - Sepahijala – Arkaneer – Kamalasagar – Agartala – and Agartala – Neermahal – Udaipur – Sepahijala – Arkaneer –Kamalasagar - Agartala - Jampui Hills – Unakoti – Agartala are some of the famous circuits. North East Himalayan states are famous for - Wildlife - Festival - Religious - Valley - Trekking - Angling - Birding - River Rafting – Caving and many more options. Buddhist Temple at Venuban Vihar, Pecharthal, Kanchanpur, Manu Bakul, Pilak, Boxnagar, Sonamura, etc is worth visiting.

Most Popular Places in Tripura

Agartala
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Agartala : Agartala is the capital as well as the largest city of the Indian state of Tripura and also is the third largest city in North-east India after imphal, both in municipal area and population. The city is the seat of the Government of Tripura. Agartala is one of the fastest developing cities of India. Agartala is a component of two words, namely "Agar", a kind of oily valuable perfume tree, + suffix "tala", a store house. The city is governed by the Agartala Municipal Corporation. Agartala lies on the bank of the Haora River and is located 2 km from the Bangladesh Border. Agartala is India's third international internet gateway after the ones in Mumbai and Chennai. The overall area of the Agartala Municipal Corporation was 76.504 Square Km and the population was 438,408 after the completion of the restructuring of the Agartala Municipal Corporation in 2013. The percentage of literacy according to 2011 census was 93.88, higher than the national literacy rate. As per Municipal Census of 2015, the population of Agartala is 522,613. Wikipedia

Udaipur
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Udaipur : Udaipur is a town and a municipal council in the Indian state of Tripura. This city is famous for the Tripura Sundari temple. It is also the headquarters of Gomati district. Udaipur is about 55 km from Agartala, the capital of Tripura. There are lots of artificial lakes. Udaipur is the 3rd largest town of Tripura followed by Agartala and Dharmanagar on the bank of Gomati River.

Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary
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Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary : Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary in Tripura, India of some 18.53 square kilometres, about 25 kilometres from the city centre, located in Bishalgarh. It is a woodland with an artificial lake and natural botanical and zoological gardens. It is famous for its clouded leopard enclosures. The sanctuary contains a variety of birds, primates, and other animals. The terrain is green throughout the year and the weather is temperate except for the two humid summer months of March and April. It gives shelter to about 150 species of birds and the unique bespectacled monkey, Phayre's langur. The primate section consists of four species. The crab-eating mongoose has been resuscitated. The sanctuary has been developed both as a wildlife sanctuary and as an academic and research centre. About 150 species of birds live in the sanctuary, and migratory birds visit in winter. Initiated in 1972 the sanctuary has five sections: carnivores, primates, ungulates, reptiles and aviary. There are several lakes; the Abasarika and Amrit Sagar lakes have boating facilities. There is accommodation at a forest dak bungalow, called Abasarika, near the botanical garden, zoo and boating lake.

Narsinghgarh
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Narsinghgarh : Narsinghgarh is a city and a municipality in Rajgarh district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Melaghar
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Melaghar : Melaghar is a Municipal Town in Sipahijala district in the Indian state of Tripura, situated about 50 km from capital Agartala. It is a neighbour town to Sonamura and only 10 km away from Bangladesh border. It become Municipal Council from Gram Panchayat in 2014. The town contains a Hospital, Police station, few major higher secondary and primary schools, Motorstand, Petrol-Pump, Cell Towers and a Town Hall. The famous Water Palace Neermahal is situated in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake in this town. Wikipedia

Khowai
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Khowai : Khowai is a town located in the Indian state of Tripura and a recent nagar panchayat forming into a Khowai Municipal Council in newly formed Khowai district in the Indian state of Tripura. The city lies on the banks of Khowai river and hence from the river the city gets its name. Located near the bangladesh border it has boundaries with it on its entire Southern part.


Packages

Duration: 6N/7D

Place:Thimpu, Phuntsholing, Paro

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Communication

By Air

Agartala is connected by air with regular flights. The state has three more small airports at Khowai, Kamalpur and Kailashahar where small chartered planes can land with prior information.

By Railway

Tripura is also connected by rail via Guwahati and the nearest rail head is at Kumarghat which is 140 Kilometers away from Agartala. This rail line is getting to be extended up to Agartala in the next four years.

By Bus Way

Agartala is well connected by road with Guwahati via Shillong by National Highway Number 44. It takes about 24 hours by road from Guwahati to reach Agartala. Dhaka and Agartala is approximately three hours drive.