Glimpse of Tripura

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Tripura claims a prominent place in North East India for her exquisite natural beauty spots punctuated with lush green sylvan treasure. The luxuriant forests of Jampui, the premier one among the 6 principal hill ranges of Tripura provides a life time’s exhilarating experience for the travelers.

‘Jampui Hill – The permanent seat of spring’ is situated at an altitude of about 1000 m above the sea level and about 250 km away from Agartala, the capital of Tripura. Jampui is famous for its charming landscape and bracing climate. The hill range consists of cluster of tribal villages and is the home for colourful Lusai and Reang tribal communities.
The neat and clean traditional wooden houses of the local inhabitants combined with greenery all around provide excellent opportunities for eco-friendly tourism in the hill range. During November every year, the unique Orange festival is celebrated in the Jampui Hills.

More than half of the state is under forest cover, and almost all of it dotted with little water bodies. We pick an itinerary that introduces you to the history and culture of Tripura while keeping you in the greenest parts of the state.

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Day 1

Arrival in Agartala

Welcome at the airport and transfer to the hotel. Visit of Agartala. Night in hotel.

Day 2

Agartala - Vanghmun

Take the NH 44 to the greenest part of Tripura, the verdant Jampui Hills. Known as the Abode of Spring, the hills are dotted with waterfalls and the whole drive, along the Agartala-Sabrum Road, is breathtaking. Night in Tourist Lodge.

Day 3

Jampui Hills

You are in the highest mountain range in Tripura, just across the border from the neighbouring state of Mizoram. Spend the day hiking in the forests around, or exploring nearby villages of Phuldanga and Betlingchip, located at 1 000 m. From the watchtower at Betlingchip, you can admire the breathtaking sweep of the Chittagong hill tracts and the hill ranges of Tripura and Mizoram. Do eat the famous oranges here. Return to the Eden Tourist Lodge for the night.

Day 4

Vanghmun - Dharmanagar

Leave the beautiful forests and head to Unakoti where spectacular rock carvings await you. Take the longer route via NH 44 for a smoother ride and drive upto Dharmanagar. Night in hotel.

Day 5

Dharmanagar - Neermahal

After breakfast, drive to Neermahal. Before you reach Neermahal, stop at Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary where you can spend the day trying to spot the rare hoolock gibbons, endemic to this region. Have lunch at Abasarika forest lodge here and drive on to Neermahal. Stay the night at Sagar Mahal Tourist Lodge at Melaghar, at the edge of the lake. Situated on Rudrasagar lake, Neermahal is a quaint palace on the lake built in 1930 by the then Maharaja of Tripura. Enjoy the sound and light show in the evening, and get a crash course on Tripura's history.

Day 6

Neermahal - Agartala

Drive on to Agartala with a detour to the scenic Kamala Sagar lake, located quite close to the Bangladesh border. You can take a boat ride if travelling with children, or there is a 15th century Kali Temple atop a hill worth the hike. Lunch on mustard boiled hilsa, the local delicacy at the shack called Shankar restaurant on Netaji Subhash Rd. Night in hotel.

Day 7

Departure from Agartala

Transfer to the Agartala airport. End of our services.

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