Kali Temple (30 km) is situated in a hillock overlooking Kamala Sagar, a lake excavated by Maharaja DhanyaManiya in the 15th century. Thisvast Lake, at the border of Bangladesh, is an excellent picnic spot in the state with scenic beauty.
Udaipur once the seat of the rulers of Tripura.
Jagannath Temple is a rare specimen of temple architecture in Tripura.
Bhuvaneswari Temple, lies near Gomati River at Udaipur, located at 55 km from Agartala.
Neermahal Palace was constructed in the middle of the Rudrasagar Lake and it is the only Lake Place in the North-eastern region. The lake witnesses a large number of migratory birds in every winter. Every year a boat race is organised in July/August.
The visiting tourists can enjoy Tripura Sundari Temple, popularly known as Matabari, is one of the 51 pithas (pilgrim centres). Every year on Diwali, a famous Mela takes place near the temple which is visited by more than two lakhs pilgrims.
Dumboor Lake, 120 km from Agartala, a water area of 41 sq km with an un-ending spell of luxuriant green vegetation. The lake is the confluence of rivers Raima and Sarma. Various species of migratory birds are noticed in the winter and it has rich reservoir of natural and cultured fishes.
Unkoti which means one less than a croreand it is said that these many rock cut carvings are available here. It is located at 180 km from Agartala and an important archaeological site. The site consists of several huge vertical rock-cut carvings on a hillside. The images found at Unakoti are of two types namely rock-carved figures and stone images. Every year a large fair popularly known as ‘AshokastamiMela’ is held in the month of April which is visited by thousands of pilgrims.Accommodation: Uttarmegh Tourist Lodge, TTDCL.
Pilak, located 100 kmaway from Agartala, is a treasure house of Hindu and Buddhist sculpture. It dates back to 8th and 9th centuries. Beautiful images scattered in an area of about 10 sq kmhave been found.
Sepahijala: Located at a distance of 25 km from Agartala,coversan area of 18.53 sq km, and has ore than 150 species of
residential birds, migratory birds, orchid garden, boating facilities, wild life, botanical garden, zoo, elephant joy-rides, rubber and coffee plantation attracts the visitors. The famous spectacled monkey is found here.
Trishna Wild Life Sanctuary, located at about 100 km from Agartala. The main attraction of the park is bison.
Jampui Hills (220 km from Agartala): Situated at an altitude of 3,000 feet above sea level, Jampui is famous for its charming landscape and bracing climate. The excellent climatic condition, green forests, beautiful orange garden, view of raising and setting sun are wonderful sight for tourists. The hill range has 11 villages inhabited by Mizo (Lushai tribes) and also by Reang tribes.There is an ‘Eden’ Tourist Lodge in Vangmun village where tourists can stay comfortably. In addition, local people offer paying guest accommodation. The highest peak of Tripura ‘Betalongchhip’ falls in this hill range which is 3,600 feet high and from where tourist can see the panoramic view of Mizoram, Chittagong hill tracts and various other hill ranges of Tripura. There are good trekking routes in the hill range for tourists.