One of the Seven Sister States in northeast India, Tripura, is a dream destination for nature lovers. It is surrounded on almost all sides by Bangladesh, the neighboring country. Unexplored forests, breathtaking valleys, gorgeous waterfalls and majestic mountains make Tripura a perfect land to unwind. The land is also rich in culture, which is reflected by the monuments and heritage sites here. Its ancient history and culture compel history lovers to visit the place. Here are the top destinations in Tripura.
Agartala would naturally be the first choice destination for those who visit Tripura. The land is rich in natural beauty and also boasts of being home to various tribes. Hence, it is a colorful representation of various cultures. Agartala is famous for beautiful palaces, monuments, temples and handicrafts. It has a rich past too. The monuments here are stunning reminders of the glorious past of Agartala. If you intend to tour Tripura, do not miss the top attractions in Agartala.
- State Museum/ Ujjayanta Palace
- Unakoti Hill
- Sipahijola Wildlife Sanctuary
- Heritage Park
- Jampui Hills
Dharmanagar is the second largest city in Tripura and one of the most beautiful cities in India. It has a rich past, which is evident from the historic monuments and palaces found here. If you love history and are passionate about visiting ancient places, you would love your visit to Dharmanagar, where historic ruins take you to the past. Here are the top destinations in Dharmanagar.
- Jampui Hills
- Kalibari Temple
- Roa Wildlife Sanctuary
Located 55kms away from Agartala, Udaipur ranks third in the list of largest cities in Tripura. It is on the banks of River Gomati, the largest in Tripura. Famously referred to as the Lake City, it has also a number of temples and historic sites that attract tourists in great numbers. Here are some important places to visit in Udaipur.
- Tripura Sundari Temple
- Gunabati Group of Temples
- Old Palace
- Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary
- Bhubaneshwari Temple
- Kalyan Sagar
- Nazrul Granthagar
- Tepania Eco-Park
Ambassa is one of the beautiful cities in Tripura. Very much like Tripura’s other top attractions, Ambassa too is famous for ancient temples. The picturesque settings and the rich culture of the land make it one of the leading attractions in Tripura. Here are some of the leading attractions of Ambassa.
- Neermahal Palace
- Ujjayanta Palace
- Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary
- Jagannath Temple
There are many other small cities and towns in Tripura that hold your senses captive. The sites of historical importance and places with breathtaking landscapes are much more than what I could manage to see during my short visit. Would you like to give me an idea on what I had missed to see in Tripura?
4 thoughts on “Top 4 Places To Visit In Tripura”
I have been following transindiatravels for quite sometime and suggestions about places to visit is so helpful. His work is commendable. He diligently writes about every little detail about the places worth visiting, which makes it so much easier for people like me who are planning to travel within India. Thank you very much,. Just one request though. It would be more helpful if he also mentioned the hotels he stayed in and if he would recommend them. Choosing hotel is the most daunting task while planning travels.
Dear Sir, I have booked two tickets for me and my wife for agartala on 14-08-16 and return ticket on 19-08-16 want to explore tripura agartala and all those place you have quoted also please note that we are pure vegetarian fellow. we want to avail your services for seeing in tripura at economic rate kindly advice me.
Want to visit tripura agartala n near by places in mid December with my son. how is this place and for how many days should i go to visit all the tourist places. 5-6 days are enough or not.
I wish to visit tripura: for a max. period of 5 days; is it safe to travel, looking to the militancy aspect, if any?
Any safety tips, peculiar to the state? Budget places to stay? Home stays will be welcome.
Rough guidance required please. Tentative period of travel: January. Male, Indian citizen: 54 years, wife: 48 years: strictly veg. traveling from Chennai.