Tripura's parks and reserves

Tripura’s parks and reserves

Tripura’s parks and reserves

One of the Seven Sisters of Northeastern Tripura is a laid-back state with lush greenery. Here are some of the best tourist attractions and green spaces in the state.

Tripura’s wonderful and famous parks and pictures:

Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary:

The lush forests along Tripura, a benchmark of natural heritage and biodiversity, exist in the form of this popular reserve called Gumti.

The flora along this terrain holds some very rare medicinal and healing herbs and plants. These are a blessing to Ayurveda and are highly sought after in the treatment of some major ailments. The fauna also follows the plant as it is a sanctuary for some endangered animals. It has a wide variety of mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds and even insects.

The nearest airport is in Agartala, which is connected to other states by rail.

Rova Wildlife Sanctuary:

Nature lovers, hobbyists and researchers love this sanctuary and the many species it offers.

With an astonishing number of 150 different species of fauna, the rare flora surrounding it is breathtaking. These plants have a variety of uses and are sure to whet the appetite of curious botanists. The reserve produces plants for:

  • medicinal purpose
  • Aromatics (betel or panan leaves are grown in abundance here)
  • fruit
  • oilseed
  • spices and
  • orchid

Tall trees and dense bushes provide a tranquil atmosphere that attracts birds that cross borders.

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Calapania Ecological Park:

The greenery surrounding Tripura makes it a very eco-friendly state. Calapania Park is just one of Tripura’s other natural wonders that are sure to replenish any weary soul. The beautiful gardens surrounding the central body of water are decorated with modern sculptures, making it a great place for a weekend getaway.

The complex houses cabins for accommodation and boating facilities. The rich flora surrounding the reserve is a delight for photographers, professionals and amateurs alike.

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Sipahij0la Wildlife Sanctuary:

The place is essentially a forest with a small zoo where animals are kept in cages. This place is more popular as a picnic spot than a wildlife sanctuary. The flora of this reserve is even more fascinating. A lush green forest covered with a variety of trees provides comforting relief for the city dwellers.

The zoo may be small, but there are many different animals, including the native clouded leopard and tarsier langur. Both are endangered and very rare.

Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary:

The reserve is located in the southern part of Tripura and covers an area of ​​about 163.08 square kilometers. It has successfully attracted a variety of birds over the years thanks to its creeks and bodies of water that receive year-round water supply. It also acts as a watering hole for many mammals and reptiles. In primeval forests and green patches you can see bison, white-headed gibbons, capped langurs and more.

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Khumulwng Eco Park:

Khumulwng means “Valley of Flowers” in the local language. Therefore, this park has a beautiful and spacious garden, a natural lake with boating facilities for tourists. The spring vibe is breathtaking, full of pollen-seeking butterflies and the surrounding birds chirping, creating a screeching sound that brings pure music to a weary soul. It also has a lovely children’s park to keep the kids free. This picnic spot attracts a lot of tourists as it is only 25 km from the city of Agartala.

However, the most beautiful views of Tripura are not limited to wildlife and parks. The panoramic view of the tea garden all year round adds a different charm to the tourists.

The journey is important, not the destination as the greatest souls say. Discovering the beauty of Tripura might actually help you do just that.