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Known for its Hills, Dales and Lush Valleys

Facts about Tripura

Area 10,491.69 km2
Altitude 630 m
Population 3,671,032
Climate Summer: 24 and 36 °C
Winter: 13 to 27 °C
Rainfall: 82 inches annually
Best Season December - March
Clothing Tropical in summer and light woolen in winter
Language Spoken Bengali, English and Kokborok

There is everything you need in Tripura to make a memorable vacation and offerings like adventurous trekking and a lively shopping experience will regenerate and rejuvenate your soul and body.Rich in gorgeous landscapes, crystalline waterfalls, awe-inspiring mountains, dense forests, and a generous sprinkling of history and tradition, Tripura is a popular tourist destination situated in North-East India. The religious festivals, colorful costumes, artistic cane and bamboo products, multi-linguistic people and delicious food! A variety of people with a variety of festivals, culture, languages and food is the major specialist of this North-eastern state of India. There is nothing that Tripura lacks as the state offers you memorable sightseeing, adventurous trekking and a lively shopping experience which will regenerate and rejuvenate your soul and spirit.

Sightseeing Places in Tripura


It is the capital of Tripura. It is a famous tourist destination. A lot of top attractions rest here. It is known for its fresh produce of rice, jute, tea and oil seeds. The best places to visit at Agartala are Ujjayanta Palace, Kunjaban Palace, and Neermahal. These palaces depict the ingenious architecture of the royal era. It must be visited to understand its beauty.


It is situated in the North of Tripura and is famous for its vast pineapple cultivation. It is 140 km from Agartala. They indulge more in fruit farming. A famous tourist spot here is the Venuban Vihar which was built by Magadha King Bimbisar. Today it is a deer park and a zoo. There is also a lake here called Kamala Sagar which is a popular picnic spot.


It is situated in the north east of Tripura. The rock- cut sculptures on the banks of River Gomati are a must visit. These sculptures include the carvings of Lord Shiva, Ganesha, Vishnu and many more. This important tourist destination is famous for its rock-cut shrines, situated amidst lush green vegetations. The rock tour includes the sculptures of Shiva, Ganesh, Vishnu, Kartikeya, Mahishasur Mardini Durga and other gods and goddesses carved out of stone, during the 15th and 16th centuries AD can be seen here.


There is nothing in comparison to the artistry that rests here. It has many rock cut sculptures and ancient temples. It also famous for Ashokashtami Fair held every year. Unakoti hill, literally meaning one less a koti in Bengali, hosts an ancient Shaivite place of worship with huge rock reliefs celebrating Shiva. It is the prime tourist spot of Unakoti District Tripura in the Kailashahar Subdivision in the North-eastern Indian state of Tripura.


It is 55 km away from Agartala and is famous for its lavish temples. Some of the famous ones are Tripura Sundri Temple and Bhubaneswari Temple. The Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary is also here which consists of a botanical garden, a zoo, lake and boating facilities. It has many species of birds and also has the unique spectacles monkey.