Exploring the Greens of Agartala

Agartala is a magnificent blend of verdant greenery and rich history. It holds religious significance because there are many scriptures from the Mahabharata that mention its existence. It also served as the seat of power for many kingdoms in the past and was a princely state during the British Colonial era.

This city in Tripura also has a number of natural parks that are well-maintained with proper walkways, trimmed plants and shrubs and other attractions to make it a worthwhile visit for travellers. We have compiled a list of parks in Agartala for you to visit during your next trip to this wonderful city.

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Heritage Park Agartala

The Heritage Park in Agartala spans across an area of 12 acres and is located in the centre of Agartala. It features an imposing gate that is built along the cultural lines of Tripura. Despite being in the centre of the city, Heritage Park Agartala has a calm ambience with tiled walkways, trimmed plants and shrubs that add to the beauty of the place. This park is divided into three parts, the first part is called Mini Tripura, is a three-acre area that is located at the entrance of the park. The second part is the central area of the park which serves as a natural forest. The third part is a small piece of land that is used to grow medicinal plants, herbs and shrubs that are used for a variety of purposes.

Nehru Park Agartala

Nehru Park is a small park that is located just opposite the Raj Bhavan in Agartala. It is located on the outskirts of Agartala and is built on a small patch of land. It serves as a peaceful retreat from the noise and the business of city life. This park features lush green gardens that attract both locals and travellers from all over India and the world. The plants and the walkways are well-maintained by the local municipal body and there is also a small fountain that accentuates the beauty of this park. Nehru Park is located right next to Polo Agartala and provides spectacular views of this national park. Nehru Park Agartala is open on all days of the week except for Thursdays.

Rabindra Kanan Agartala

Rabindra Kanan is another well-known park in Agartala. This park is named after venerated poet and freedom fighter Rabindranath Tagore. It features beautifully manicured gardens, well-maintained evergreen trees and more to provide solace to people who are looking for the perfect escapade from the humdrum of everyday life. A puppet show also occurs within the park that is best enjoyed by both kids & adults. The Annual Flower Festival of Tripura also happens within the premises of this park every January. The park also features a small canteen which is operated by the Assam Rifles. Here you can enjoy a variety of tasty delicacies and this serves as the perfect end to a trip to Rabindra Kanan Agartala.

Jampui Hill

Jampui Hill is another popular attraction that is located about 200 kilometres from Agartala. It is perched at a height of over 3000 feet above sea level and is famous for its Orange Festival that is celebrated every November. This festival attracts both domestic and international travellers who are looking to partake in this unique event. The hills are also frequented during the monsoon season as they are covered by floating clouds which makes for a breathtaking visual experience. Travellers who visit this hill can also enjoy majestic sunrises and sunsets from the many viewpoints that are scattered all over the area.

Guests who are looking to enjoy a splendid stay with their friends and family can head over to Hotel Polo Towers, Agartala. This is a 5-star hotel in Agartala that seeks to provide a memorable sojourn to its visiting guests.

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