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A popular tourist destination in the northeast Tripura is no less amazing than its sister states. From the majestic Ujjayanta palace to the sacred Neermahal, from the Unakoti Kal Bharav rock carving to the Buddha temple in Agartala, from the Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary to the rubber, cane, and coffee plantations, the state has it all. Sprawling plantations, forests, valleys, and rivers, lakes, and waterfalls add to the beauty of this already rustic area, while also providing tourists with activities like trekking, site seeing,  boating, and more. Religion, spirituality, and nature are the major characteristics of Tripura which abounds in temples and celebrates its festivals with great seriousness and aplomb. Matabari, or the Tripura Sundari Temple, The Chaturdash Devta Temple, or, the Temple of Fourteen Gods, in Khayerpur and the Kasba Kali Temple in Sepahijala district are the temples which attract the most visitors. Tripura’s local markets and fares have interesting handcrafted wares and delectable food to offer which is a modern variety of Bengali cuisine and culture; take back home traditional and tribal clothes, jewelry or musical instruments and other handicrafts made from bamboo as mementos.

Major Tourist Places to Visit

Agartala, Kailashahar, Udaipur, Melaghar, Bishalgarh