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. This land-locked state nestled at the foot of the Himalayan mountains has a long historical legacy behind it; Tripura was once home to the famous Manikya tribe, which resulted in the conception of a plethora of varied archaeological monuments and structures in the state, all of which attest to the rich cultural and traditional past of Tripura. The state exhibits a unique blend of traditional tribal culture with a little more modern Bengali culture, giving rise to a harmonious cultural ambience that you will not find anywhere else in the country. Tripura is more than just its breathtaking beauty; it is an illustration of a long and varied legacy of history and tradition, thus promising you a holiday you won?t forget anytime soon.
Rich in art and culture, the land of nineteen tribes, Tripura is situated in the lush green hills and blessed with natural beauty and picturesque locations which attract tourists from all over the world. The religious festivals, colourful costumes, artistic cane and bamboo products, multi-linguistic people and delicious food, memorable sightseeing, adventurous trekking and lively shopping experience- There is nothing that Tripura lacks and will regenerate and rejuvenate your soul and spirit.
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Beautiful untouched forests. Unique culture and royal history. Pleasant climate throughout the year.
Difficult to access due to lack of road and rail connectivity. Some districts have little tourist facilities. Very high risk of wind and cyclone damage.
Q. Tripura is a hilly state of north-east India and bordered on 3(three) sides by Bangladesh, Mizoram, and Assam and It is surrounded by Bangladesh on its north, south, and west: the length of its international border is 856 km and About Main Road It shares a 53 km long border with Assam and a 109 km long border with Mizoram. The state is connected by only one road (NH-44) that runs through the hills to the border of Karimganj District in Assam and then the states of Meghalaya, Assam and North Bengal to Kolkata. home to a diverse mix of tribal cultures and Bengali religious groups. In the capital Agartala, The Tripura Government Museum or the Tripura State Museum or Ujjayanta Palace or Raj Bari is located on the city of Agartala, and Gedu Mia?s Mosque has white marble domes and towers. South of the city, Neermahal summer palace sits in the middle of Lake Rudrasagar and blends Hindu and architectural styles. "Link Hidden"