Tripura-“Hill Tippera”

Tourist Place Name



North East Region of India

Main Attraction

Udaipur, Dumboor, Jampui Hill, Amarpur, Jampui Hill, Dumboor

Best Time To Visit

September to April


Winter Season Min 06 °C to Max 28 °C and Summer S

About Tripura


Tripura is a small state situated in the north- east of India, with Bangladesh bordering it on almost all sides. Untouched by the modernization, the state offers excellent scenic beauty. Tripura is also famous for its many old temples and other monuments. For thirteen centuries it was a princely state and old, ruined monuments are a reminder of its ancient heritage sites.  Located about 56 km south of Agratala, the state of temples of Tripura, Sundari, built by Maharaja Dhanya  Manikya, about 450 years ago. It is believed to be one of the 51 ‘Pithas’ records in Hindu Scripture. Other important temples include the Jaganath Temple, Uma-Mahadav Temple, Buddha Temple and Chtuadasa Devata Mandir . Colossal rock- hewn figures at Unakoti, 200 km from Agartala,are an amazing sight. The largest city and capital is Agartala. Other major towns are Badharghat, Jogendranagar, Indranagar, Pratapgarh, Khowai, Teliamura, Bisramganj, Bishalgarh, Sonamura, Udaipur, Amarpur, Belonia, Sabroom, Ambassa, Kailashahar, and Dharmanagar.


Must visit includes:-

  1. Udaipur
  2. Dumboor
  3. Jampui Hill
  4. Amarpur
  5. Jampui Hill
  6. Dumboor
Tourist Attractions


Agartala, the capital city, is surrounded by picturesque hills on three sides and the plains of Bangladesh on the fourth. Dotted with lovely lakes, the city also has a specially developed artificial lake and botanical  and zoological gardens. Agartala  also possesses some beautiful temples and monuments - the Chaturdasa Devata temples,  houses fourteen images of the royals deities made of an alloy of eight metals. The Buddha Vihar  has a rare collection of Burmese mental idols, and the temple of Lord Jagannath. The largest building in Tripura is the state legislative Assembly, which was once the home of the former royal family of Tripura.

Tourist attractions:-

The Buddha Vihar, with its ideals of the Buddha and the Budhisatvas, and also the venue of the Buddha Jayanti festival during April-May every year, Old Agartala and its Chaturdasa Devta Temple with a collection of 8 Metal image of deities, and the Ujjayanta Palace, built by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya in 1901, which now houses the state legislative assembly. Other places of interest are the Kunjaban, the craft teachers, Training Institute, Maharaja Bir Bikram college and the govt. The museum and art gallery which contain are stone images, old coins and archaeological findings 


 About 50 Kilometers from Tripura is Udaipur, It is home to the famous temple of Tripura Sundari built more than 400 Years ago by Maharaja Dhanya Manikya situated atop a hillock, the temple is one of the 51 pithas of the Hindu scriptures.


 About 200 Kilometers from Tripura is Unakoti, with its massive rock-cut images of Shiva, Rama, Hanuman and Ganpati etc. the Neer Mahal of Lake Palace is encircled by placid lake, 55 km from the Agartala


About 110 Kilometers from Tripura is Pilak, it is a treasure house of Buddhist sculptures, belonging to the 8th to10th century


 About 80 Kilometers from Tripura is Amarpur, it is a picturesque picnic and camping spot.

Jampui Hill:

About 250 Kilometers from Tripura is Jampui Hill, which offers a fascinating view and Deotamura.


About 120 Kilometers from Tripura is Dumboor, the source of the river Gomati and Sepahijala, the enchanting picnic spot.

How to Reach

How to Reach Tripura

Tripura is well connected to the major Indian cities like Guwahati, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata.

  1. By Air- The State Capital of  Agartala has one domestic Agartala Airport, which has flights to Guwahati,  Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, and Silchar
  2. By Bus- Of the several bus stands in Tripura, the main one is the Tripura State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) Agartala. From these bus stands, one can find buses to all corners of the state and some important locations of neighboring states.
  3. By Road- Tripura well connected by only one National Highway NH44 with all Major States of India.

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