Tripura, the princely state of North-East India.
Trips — Nature
- Duration: 8 days and 7 nights
- Difficulty: No Such Thing
- Accomodation: Hotels
- Good for Groups
You might have heard a lot about India and even more about north eastern India but that usually limits to people talking about Shillong, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Gangtok, and Assam. Tripura is one of the and hilly states of Northeast India which is hardly talked about and we wonder why!
With magnificent mountains, meandering rivers, and lush green forests, it’s no surprise that Tripura is one of the concealed solitaires of North East India. Besides the surreal beauty, the state is deeply rooted in the indigenous cultures that make a trip to Tripura even more enthralling.
Our meticulously crafted Tripura tour Plan gives you once in a lifetime opportunity to spend some days amidst the exotic beauty of the region. Starting from the historical city of Agartala, this enthralling expedition will reach other hidden spots in Tripura.
- Accommodation as mentioned.
- Activities as mentioned.
- Services of our local guide.
- Breakfast on all days.
- Internal transfers.
- Airport transfers.
How to Reach?
Nearest airport is Agartala Airport from where you can take a taxi or cab to reach your destination in Agartala. The Agartala railway station has two expressways passing through it which connect the majority of cities right from Delhi up till Calcutta. If you plan your trip via road, then NH8 connects Agartala to the majority of cities in north India.
Your first morning on this wonderful tour will start with a scrumptious breakfast.
Agartala is famous for its terrains which are full of green pastures, hills, and beautiful valleys. The main attraction of this place is Ujjayanta Palace.
The palace is known for its architecture which has three domes, tiled floors, carved wooden ceilings, and beautifully crafted doors. Also, there is a Mughal-style garden on the outside of this royal palace.
Followed by visiting local markets of Tripura and then we proceed to have our traditional dinner at a local restaraunt.
This Morning drives towards Dumboor Lake. Here you’ll have the opportunity to relish some astonishing views of the hills from the group of 48 islands. While spending a day here, you will also indulge in bird watching and boating activities.
Other than this there are various other fairs and events held in this place to keep people visiting this place engaged all year round.
Reckoned as the ‘seat of the spring’. Blessed with a charming landscape and moderate climate, this naturally beautiful tourist spot calls the travelers of all tastes and classes to get soaked in its serenity.
The most attractive element to enjoy in this region is the picturesque surroundings dotted with wooden settlements of tribes like Lushai. Walk past their houses and get to know about their lifestyle, Interact with the locals they may invite you for a cup of tea!
The sanctuary is also full of a great variety of wildlife species and also has a research center. You can find as many as 150 different species of birds in this sanctuary.
A four- to five-hour drive from Jampui Hills, Unakoti is home to humongous rock sculptures and carvings of gods and goddesses dating back to the 9th or 10th century, including the huge bas-relief sculptures of Shiva’s head that are regarded as the largest in India. Take a short walk to the top of the hillock, where you will find some stone figures housed in temples; others are kept under lock and key.
It was built by the Maharaja of Tripura, Bir Bikram Kishore Debbarma Manikya (1908-1947), as his summer palace. It was the king’s idea to build the palace in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake, which boasts beautiful architectural designs. Also, the palace structure displays Maharaja’s great taste and intelligence in blending both Muslim and Hindu cultures, and tradition in the architectural designs.
Neermahal is one such place that deserves some bit of your time and attention. Its extraordinary architecture and beautiful layouts will mesmerise you.
It took around nine years to build this palace that has 24 rooms inside. The eastern side of the palace has an open-air theatre, which hosts cultural and public events, whereas the western side is for the royal family to reside. There are proper provisions for servants too.
The water palace has beautiful gardens, fountains, and a courtyard too, thereby creating the perfect ambience for some peaceful time. The exquisite architectural designs and the watery ambience of this area is such a marvellous combination that infuses curiosity among the visitors.
The palace turns into a beautiful sight during night when its reflection can be seen on the water. You just have to spare some time to wander around and take in the beauty.
Udaipur, which shares its name with the more popular destination in Rajasthan, is very different from the desert city in the west.
Udaipur is also known as Lake City because of the many lakes that enhance the beauty of the place. All the lakes in Udaipur are artificially made, discover this manmade city to the fullest.
Enjoy shopping and other leisure activities in the morning. Later get transferred to the airport to catch your flight.
We are enthusiastic travelers ourselves and believe that women and girls need to travel more than they currently do in India. We provide exclusive women-only trips for Yoga, Scuba, Surfing, Spa, and other activities. We ensure that our trips are safer and well suite for girls-only travel. Each location and activity is well-curated and verified for being women-friendly
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