- History – from ancient rock carvings to majestic palaces
- Tribal villages to explore for weaving, costumes and jewellery
- Cane and bamboo handicrafts
From palaces to ancient rock carvings and wildlife sanctuaries, this compact northeastern state is worth discovering. In Agartala, the state capital of Tripura, the Ujjayanta Palace occupies pride of place with its high dome, magnificent tile flooring, curved wooden ceiling and beautifully-crafted doors.
But it is the mysterious rock carvings at Unakoti that are truly awe-inspiring. The tribes living here like the Darlong, Chakma and Reang communities lead a vibrant lifestyle. A day to explore one of their villages is a must do while visiting the state.