Tourist destinations in Tripura



Best Time: October to February

Located only 2 kilometers away from the border of Bangladesh, Agartala is the capital city of the state of Tripura. It is one of the fastest developing cities in the country. It lies on the banks of the river Haora. It gets its name from the Agarwood trees that are found in the region that is famous for a valuable incense that they produce. Agartala has rich cultural and historical diversity in it that it was ruled dominantly by the Manikya Dynasty. It ha....

How to reach AgartalaAgartala Travel Guide
Agartala Tourism


Best Time: October-April

A prime place of interest in Tripura, Unakoti is an antiquated journey focus, pulling in visitors and devotees from distant locations abroad. Unakoti is the place India's legacy stores its carvings and figures of divine beings and goddesses. Unakoti Heritage Site which was built in the seventh to ninth century is a Shaivites (supporter of Lord Shiva) journey site with a few rock-cut carvings and stone symbols of divine beings and goddesses. Unakoti in Beng....

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Unakoti Tourism


Best Time: From December to June

Once the royal capital of the Tripuran Kingdom, the footprints of history can be seen here. Other than its historic and cultural prestige, it is a well-known trekking destination that has tea estates spread all across the area. According to local folklore, King Jujhar Fa was a disciple of Lord Shiva and prayed to the Mahadev on the banks of river Mau and he was blessed by the Lord. It is believed to have been home to the Lord. This small municipal town res....

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Kailashahar Tourism