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The third smallest state in the country, Tripura is known for eco and archaeological trail. This unique itinerary trails around hidden natural treasures of the destination with great zeal and fervour.
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.
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.
Kolkata Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport – Kolkata Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport
Kolkata to Agartala by morning flight. Please contact our office for flight departure time & reporting time at Kolkata Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Airport.
@ ₹ 5000/- per head to be deposited at the time of ensuring the booking. 50% to be paid 40 days prior. Full Payment to be one 25 days prior.
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N.B : Mentioned Tour Price are without Air Fare.
N.B : Rates are applicable for per head with 5% GST.
N.B : Central Govt. Service Tax as Applicable on Total Tour Price.
Welcome to Tripura-Land of Mharajas – 07 Days Tour.
Kolkata to Agartala by morning flight. Arrival & transfer to Geetanjali tourist lodge. After lunch half day local sight seeing Agartala
After breakfast leave for Jampui Hill (200 km)
After breakfast visit Unokoti & back to agartala(evening arrival agartala). Rest.
After breakfast Agartala local sightseeing. Afternoon visit Akhaura border.
After breakfast leave Agartala for Neer Mahal via Kamala Sagar- Kali Temple. Afternoon visit Neer Mahal water palace. Transfer to hotel.
After breakfast leave Neer Mahal for Gomti – Gunabati – Udaipur –Matabari – Bhubaneswari temple etc. Evening return to Neer Mahal.
After Late Breakfast leave Neer Mahal for Agartala to avail Flight to Kolkata.
A : The policies on face masks and attendee health are:
-Face masks required for travelers in public areas
-Face masks required for guides in public areas
-Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
A : The policies on sanitization are:
-Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
-Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
-Gear/equipment sanitized between use
-Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
November to March are the best months to visit Tripura when the weather remains good. Also, in November, Orange Festival is held at Jampui hills.
Tripura is a composite of many cultures from mainland India like Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism and Christianity as well as local tribal cultures. This gives the state a vast number of festivals that are all celebrated with equal enthusiasm. Garia Puja and Durga Puja are both major festivals dedicated to goddesses of prosperity and regeneration. Dance and song form an important part of the festivities and both tribals and non-tribals participate equally in the celebration. Buddha Purnima is another festival celebrated along with mainland India. Kharchi is another cultural fest celebrated in July that was started by the royal family of Tripura. Bihu is a major tribal festival that sees an influence of Bengali culture and Christmas too is celebrated with great pomp. Other fairs and festivals include the Boat Race that is has colourful boats race across the Rudrasagar lake every year, Orange and Tourism festival conducted at the Jampui hills, the only place in Tripura where oranges are cultivated and The Pous Sankranthi Mela.
Festivities form a crucial part in the life of the people of Tripura, and they are incomplete unless accompanied by a corresponding dance to suit the festival. This has given rise to many dances performed by various tribes of Tripura, and they are a perfect blend of tribal and non-tribal cultural practices. The Garia dance is performed during the Garia festival to pray for the success of Jhum cultivation, Hozagiri dance of the Reang community, Bihu dance of the Chakma community and Hai Hak dance of the Halam community are other popular dance forms that tourists can get a glimpse of in this state. The most distinctive dance is the Lebang Boomani Dance that is performed at the advent of the Lebang insect that visits the hill slopes of Tripura. The men dance with bamboo sticks in their hand that makes an unusual sound while women try to catch hold of the Lebang insect. All these dances are related to stages in agriculture that still forms the main occupation of the people of Tripura.
The unexplored state of Tripura holds many natural wonders that are waiting to be discovered. Because it is not yet a popular tourist destination, the forests are pristine and untouched by human interference. The unique geography and climate have given rise to lush forests unlike any in India. Many rare and endemic species of animals and plants are found in the state. The Phayre’s Langur and Green Imperial Pigeon are two such rare animals that have been designated as the state animal and bird respectively. Many protected areas in the state like Gomati, Rowa and Trishna wildlife sanctuaries, as well as eco-parks, have been developed especially for tourists to enjoy, and are places that should feature on every visitor’s list.
Agartala, the capital of the state, is the most visited tourist destination in the state. While Agartala is more modernised and commercialised than other regions in the area, it is still mostly reminiscent of its past, as seen from the vast variety of tribes still living in the town. Agartala has a lot of temples and palaces dotting its premises, the most famous of which include the Jagannath Temple and the Neermahal Palace.
The Jagannath Temple
The Jagannath Temple (colloquially referred to as the Jagannath Bari), is one of the most beautiful temples in the entire state and is a magnificently designed temple which houses different idols depicting various incidents from mythology. The temple comprises of a big pond where you can feed fish if you want, and the banks of the pond are beautifully decorated with statues of Arjuna and Lord Krishna, depicting specific scenes from the Mahabharata.
The other main attraction in Agartala that you shouldn?t miss out on is the Neermahal Palace, which is a palace located in the middle of Rudrasagar Lake. You can visit the palace via a boat ride, and with over 24 rooms spread across the perimeters of the castle, along with a sprawling open garden, you can easily spend an entire afternoon strolling about the magnificently designed palace.
Another major tourist destination in Tripura is Udaipur, which is home to many important historic temples such as the Tripura Sundari Devi Temple, the Bhubaneshwari Temple, as well as other attractions such as the Sepahijola Wildlife Sanctuary and the Tepania Eco-Park. The Sepahijola Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the four most important wildlife sanctuaries and reserves in the state and is home to over 150 different species of birds, including quite a few rare migratory birds as well.
The people of Tripura are mostly tribal and the largest tribe, the Tripuris, live in the west. Chakma, Halam and Usai are some other tribes while sizeable numbers of Reangs and Jamatias live in the north and south respectively. The most commonly spoken languages here are Kak-Barak and various dialects of the Tripuri language. Bengali is also a widely spoken language, and it is also the official language as a significant part of the population is of Bengali people. Hinduism is the dominant religion in Tripura while there are practitioners of Islam and Christianity as well. Despite this diversity, all festivals are celebrated with equal fanfare and gaiety. Music and dance are integral parts of the life of the people in the state, and the Garia dance of the Garia tribe and the Hozagiri dance of the Reang tribe are a celebration of prosperity. Basanta Raas of the Manipuris is also another charming dance form. Like other north-eastern states, Tripura too is rich in art and culture and is famous for its cane and bamboo products. Almost all the festivals of the country are celebrated in Tripura.
We found the food to be quite delicious. Tripura has a huge Bengali population and so Bengali food is available in plenty. Pork is quite a favourite here along with fish and chicken. We ate a fish chutney in almost all the restaurants in Tripura. You will also find a lot of options for vegetarians as well. Cost of food is also quite reasonable.
For Indians we need any kind of photo id proof along with photograph, and for foreign travelers original PASSPORT is a must, which they have to carry on their travel. We do all the necessary permissions and permits.