A cultural reservoir among all the northeast states of India. Historical and Heritage Sites, ancient temples, wildlife destinations, and a thriving arts and crafts industry, are the most popular tourist attractions in Tripura. Blessed with gorgeous landscapes, breathtaking mountains, gushing waterfalls, dense forests, and rich history and tradition, there is nothing that Tripura lacks and it will rejuvenate your spirit and soul. Upon arriving in the state for the first time, it is the greenery and lushness all around which will immediately catch your attention. 

The state is nestled at the foot of the Himalayan mountains and has a long historical legacy behind it, Tripura was once home to the famous Manikya tribe. It exhibits a unique blend of traditional tribal culture with a little modern Bengali culture, giving rise to the melodious cultural ambiance that you won't find anywhere else in the country. One of the most popular tourist attractions in the state is the Ujjayanta Palace, a gleaming white structure in the heart of the city of Agartala. Another magnificent attraction is Neermahal, which means the water palace. 

Among the top things to do in Tripura, is visiting its temples. Most of these are thousand of years old and are still known for their traditions. Tripura Sundari Temple is an example of this, it is revered as being one of the 51 Peethas of worship. The main deity here is revered as an avatar of Goddess Parvati. 

Apart from visiting the temples, the archaeological sites are another reason for visiting Tripura, the most famous of these is the Unakoti Archaeological Site at Unakoti. As a wildlife enthusiast, this state will not disappoint you as it is home to several National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries. The most famous among these is the Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.

The land is home to 19 tribes, rich in art and culture, is situated in the lush green hills blessed with natural beauty and picturesque locations which attracts tourists from all over the world. The religious festivals, multilingual people, memorable sightseeing, adventurous activities, colorful costumes, delicious food and lively shopping experience, there is nothing that the state lacks and it rejuvenates your soul and spirit. 

Languages Spoken -

Bengali, Kokborok (tripuri), Hindi, Meitei (Manipuri)










Things to do

Attend the grand celebration of Durga Pooja

Take a religious tour to temples

Take a stroll at Heritage Park

Taste The Fresh-Plucked Oranges at Jampui Hills

Witness The Beautiful Architecture of Ujjayanta Palace

Boat ride to Neermahal

Taste the Tripura Cuisine

Best time to visit

October to February is the best time to visit Tripura as the temperature is pleasant and ideal for sightseeing in the towns and to witness the beautiful natural wonders.

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