K.R.Pushpam Complex, Aarthi Theatre Road, Dindigul, 624001
Dindigul to Tripura 6 Days Trip

In northeast India, Tripura is a hilly state, bordered by Bangladesh on 3 sides, and home to a complex mix of tribal cultures and religious groups. The imposing Ujjayanta Palace is set amid Mughal gardens in the capital of Agartala, and Gedu Mia’s Mosque has white marble domes and towers. In the centre of Lake Rudrasagar, the Neermahal summer palace sits south of the city and combines Hindu and Islamic architectural styles.

DAY WISE ITINERARY

DAY 1 – Chennai to Agartala

  • Departing from Chennai airport. Proceed towards Agartala.
  • On arrival Agartala airport Pick up and then transfer to the hotel.
  • Spend the evening at leisure, visit the local market.
  • Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 2 – Jampui hills

  • After breakfast, leave for jampui hills (by road). Enjoy hot springs here and the mesmerizing view of the region.
  • Come back to Hotel.
  • Overnight stay in jampui hills.

DAY 3 – Agartala Sightseeing

  • Return to Agartala. Afternoon visit the excavation sight of lake Kamlasagar.
  • Visit Kall temple, built during the 16th century.
  • Come back to Hotel.
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

DAY 4 – Neermahal to Matabari

  • Have your breakfast, and proceed to Neermahal.
  • It is the only water palace in East India, near lake Pudrasagar. Next in line is Matabari, a popular tourist attraction.
  • Have Darshan at the ancient temple of Tripurasundari or Matabari. Come back to Hotel.
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

DAY 5 – Agartala to Dumboor

  • In the morning, hit the road to reach Dumboor lake.
  • Enjoy amazing view of the hills from the group of 48 islands. You can enjoy bird watching and boat ride here.
  • Come back to Hotel.
  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

DAY 6 – Agartala

  • Check out from Hotel.
  • Enjoy shopping and other activities in the morning.
  • Later get transferred to the airport.
  • Finally drop at Agartala airport.

WHAT ‘S INCLUDED

ACCOMMODATION

We can provide  stay for ( 2*, 3*,  5*, 7* )

  • Solo Traveler
  • Double sharing Rooms
  • Suite Rooms
  • Deluxe Rooms
  • Royal Suite Rooms
  • Home stay
  • ( as per requirement )

GUIDE

  • Local Speaking Guide   – ( English,Tamil,Hindi,Telugu & Malayalam ) *
  • From Trip start to till end the Tour Guide will be take care

MEALS

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

(As per requirement *)

TRANSPORT

  • All local vehicle transport.

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

  • All Taxes & Fees, Activities,Boat Rides,Aarthi.

FLIGHTS

  • Domestic Flight

INSURANCE

  • Travel Insurance

OPTIONAL

  • As per Customer Request

TRIP OVERVIEW

The Sanskrit name of the state is synonymous with the Hindu goddess of beauty; Tripura Sundari, the presiding deity of Udaipur’s Tripura Sundari Temple, one of the 51 Shakti Peethas (Shaktism’s pilgrimage centres); and Tripur, the region ‘s legendary tyrant king. Tripur was Druhyu’s 39th descendant, who belonged to the Yayati lineage, a ruler of the Lunar Dynasty.

There are alternative hypotheses, such as a possible Sanskritic folk etymology of a Tibeto-Burman (Kokborok) name, about the roots of the name Tripura.

Tripra, Tuipura and Tippera are variants of the name. A twi (water) and pra (near) Kokborok etymology has been suggested; the borders of Tripura stretched to the Bay of Bengal when the kings of the Kingdom of Tripra held sway from the Garo Hills of Meghalaya to Arakan, the present Rakhine State of Burma; so the name may represent the vicinity of the sea.

Tripura hosts three distinct ecosystem types: mountains, woods and freshwater. Species such as Dipterocarpus, Artocarpus, Amoora, Elaeocarpus, Syzygium and Eugenia dominate the evergreen woods on the hill slopes and the sandy river banks. The majority of vegetation is composed of two types of moist deciduous forests: moist deciduous mixed forest and Sal (Shorea robusta)-predominant forest.

A peculiarity of Tripura’s vegetation is the interspersion of bamboo and cane forests with deciduous and evergreen flora. Grasslands and swamps are also present, particularly in the plains. In the swamps of Tripura, herbaceous plants, shrubs , and trees such as Albizia, Barringtonia, Lagerstroemia and Macaranga thrive. Schumannianthus dichotoma (shitalpati), Phragmites and Saccharum (sugarcane) are shrubs and grasses.

Sipahijola, Gumti, Rowa and Trishna wildlife sanctuaries are wildlife sanctuaries of the state. The Clouded Leopard National Park and Rajbari National Park are national parks of the state. Those protected areas cover a total of 218.89 sq mi (566.93 km2). An significant bird area, too, is Gumti. Thousands of migratory waterfowl throng the lakes of Gumti and Rudrasagar in winter.

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