Best time to travel
ALL THROUGH THE YEAR EXCEPT DURING MONSOON (JUNE TO SEPTEMBER)
Tour Brief & Highlights
A short itinerary of a combination of cultural and wildlife which you can experience in Tripura
The unique culture, a royal history, and the beautiful untouched forests. Tripura has a very pleasant climate throughout the year.
There is only a single highway connecting the state to the rest of the country, hence Tripura remains very much disconnected and is known about its attractions and secrets.
The exquisite Ujjayanta Palace is situated in the city of Agartala and is home to the Tripura royals and also a state museum.
UJJAYANTA PALACE, a royal house, was built by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya during 1899-1901 t and is a two-storied mansion, having a mixed type of architecture with three high domes, the central one being 86’ high.
The Unakoti Tirtha located about 180 km from Tripura’s capital, Agartala, is a unique place that bears no resemblance to any other place in the country in terms of sheer grandeur and artistry.
Neermahal (নীরমহল) (meaning “Water Palace”) is a former royal palace and is the largest of its kind in India and the only one in Eastern India.
A place to visit if you are looking for calmness and peace, Tripura Sundari temple is an ancient and very popular temple, located in Matabari.
Barmura Eco Park is located at about 38 km from Khowai in Baramura Hill Range through which 8 National Highway winds its way to Shilong and Guwahati from Agartala and it is believed that everything in this park is natural and nothing has been added artificially.
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Interesting!!! Ujjayanta Palace was not only a Royal Palace but also served as the Legislative Assembly for Agartala till 2011 ! Forests cover more than half of the state of TRIPURA, in which bamboo and cane tracts are common.
The Ujjayanta Palace (Nuyungma in Kokborok language) is a museum and the former palace of the Kingdom of Tripura situated in Agartala, which is now the capital of the Indian state of Tripura. The palace was constructed between 1899 and 1901 by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya Debbarma and stands on the banks of two lakes surrounded by gardens inspired by the Mughal style. It was the home of the ruling Manikya dynasty until Tripura’s merger into India in October 1949. The palace was purchased from the royal family by the Government of Tripura in 1972–73 for Rs. 2.5 million, and used to house the State Legislative Assembly until July 2011. Ujjayanta Palace is now a State Museum and it primarily showcases the lifestyle, arts, culture, tradition and utility crafts of communities residing in northeast India, along with a lot of stone sculptures, coinage of the Manikya dynasty and some other artefacts.
The original name of Unakoti is Subrai Khung in Kokborok as claimed by Jamatia Hoda, Unakoti hill literally means 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 Shiva pilgrimage and dates back to 7th – 9th centuries if not earlier.
Before You Go
Indians and Foreigners do not require any kind of permit to visit TRIPURA
Carry adequate cash in Indian currency as ATMs might not be available in remote areas
Carry at least one of your identity proofs
Pack light woolens
Carry first aid kit, raincoats or umbrellas, and basic medicines
TRIPURA being a less-traveled destination, it is low on infrastructure and hence travels and stay is expensive.
Whilst you are in any part of the 7 States of Northeast, one must acknowledge that these wonderful destinations are thoroughly low-profile as regards to touristic facilities. We along with the India Tourism are striving hard to promote these virgin touristic destinations & enhance the basic comforts of a traveler making their tour memorable! However, to bring to your notice, the 7 SISTERS are transforming in a hardcore manner to accommodate the many needs of the increasing travelers! Hereby we address & request the visitor to be a real-traveler, respect the infrastructure available& please follow our travel advisories, helping us to serve you better & make you discover the real NORTH EAST INDIA!