Tripura Overview

Encircled by Bangladesh on the North, Tripura is the third-smallest state in the country. Swirling amongst culture, archaeology, handicrafts and music, the state is an ideal destination for tourists. Tripura is a gateway of water bodies, palaces, forest and wildlife. It has gigantic mountains and gorgeous waterfalls.

Agartala, the capital of Tripura is widely known for the Ujjayanta Palace, Kunjaban Palace and Neer Mahal, beautifully carved. Rock-cut sculptures are a must visit in Agartala, situated on the banks of River Gomati. Jampui Hills and the Dumboor Lake offers a euphoric sight of attraction, including a golden opportunity to visit 48 mesmerizing islands. Heritage and historical sites, temples going back hundreds of years, wildlife destinations and a thriving arts and crafts industry, these are the most popular tourism attractions in Tripura.

Tripura has a warm and humid tropical climate. Bamboo and Cane forests with deciduous and evergreen flora are a peculiarity of Tripura’s vegetation. The best time to visit Tripura is mid-way October to February.

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A treasure trove of stunning untouched natural beauty, Tripura is one of the most vibrant states of the country. If you are a nature lover or a travel enthusiast, the delightful state of TRIPURA is the place to be!

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