Tripura India’s smallest scenic statePosted by: Team TP, Posted on: 7 months ago
Tripura is one of the smallest states of India but still, this place is a must visit for travel enthusiasts. There are many historically significant places, destinations with scenic beauty and the picturesque little state will woo you! Here we have the must travel places in Tripura that will make you fall in love this small state:
Agartala is the capital of Tripura and a must travel as this state is known for its fresh produce of rice, jute, tea etc and many other tourists friendly activities revolving around the same are here. The best places to travel in Agartala are Ujjayanta Palace, Kunjaban Palace, and Neermahal. These places have architectural beauty and are an epitome of the royal era.
Situated in the north of Tripura this place is famous for its pineapple cultivation. Famous for fruit farming this destination has some tourist-friendly destinations like Venuban Vihar, built by Bindusar, Magadha King. You can also visit Pecharthal Buddhist Temple here.
This place is a Shiva pilgrimage destination and has magnificent rock carvings and sculptures spread all around. This rock garden is a prime tourist destination and consists of waterfalls with primitive beauty of the bygone era making it a not-to-be-missed place of Tripura.
It is 100 km away from Agartala and is situated between dense valleys and paddy fields. Many archaeological remnants can also be witnessed at this place with numerous rock sculptures. These sculptures depict gods and goddesses of Hinduism and Buddhism era and are a must visit for spiritual and history buffs.
This is the highest hill of Tripura that has an excellent climate making it perfect for orange cultivation and it is beautiful with numerous orchid and orange plantations. You get to enjoy nice trekking trails nearby as well.
Famous for its pristine natural beauty, hills and valleys Jampui Hills here is one of the most beautiful cities in India. For those who love visiting ancient places, Dharmanagar is bliss as you get to see historical ruins and much more that makes you understand the history of India.