Tripura, the land of green forest with traditional tribal music and dance on ceremonial occasions, is dotted with agricultural lands, lakes and rivers. The genesis of the name Tripura could be traced in the name of an ancient king called ‘Tripur’ ruled in this region. Etymologically Tripura is a combination of two separate words ‘Tui’ means water and ‘Pra’ means near. So the compound word means near water. The geographical location of the state close to the vast water resources of eastern Bengal proves this meaning.
DAY 1, ARRIVE AT AGARTALA
On arrival you will be received by our representative and transfer to your hotel. Agartala is the capital city of Tripura.
DAY 2, AGARTALA TO JAMPHAI HILLS
After breakfast you will travel to Jamphai Hills by road. On arrival you will be transferred to your hotel. You will enjoy hot springs and the mesmerizing view of the region.
DAY 3, JAMPHAI HILLS TO AGARTALA
After breakfast you will travel to Agartala by road. On arrival you will be transferred to your hote. In the afternoon you will visit the excavation sight of Lake Kamlasagar and Kall temple, built during the 16th century.
DAY 4, AGARTALA TO NEERMAHAL TO MATABARI TO AGARTALA
After breakfast you have an excursion in Neermahal and Matabari. Neermahal is the only water palace in East India, situated in Lake Pudrasagar. You will visit the ancient temple of Matabari.
DAY 5, AGARTALA TO DUMBOOR TO AGARTALA
After breakfast you have a full day excursion in Dumboor Lake where you will enjoy amazing view of the hills from the group of 48 islands. You will enjoy boat ride here.
DAY 6, LEAVE AGARTALA
After breakfast you will be transferred for your departure.