This is the reason the population here follows tribal, Bengali and Muslim traditions. Natives here mostly speak Bengali and Kokborok (Tripuri). The climate here enjoys tropical temperature and receives average rainfall per year. The hilly areas and temples are quite splendid in the winters to travel. The green landscape is a treat for nature lovers who enjoy distinct flora and fauna in wildlife sanctuaries and national parks.
What most fascinating is the old myths and tales on witches and demons that are passed on by the natives and most commonly followed. Travelers will find the related stories of the monuments and places here that is another reason to explore this beautiful state. Though it is hidden between the mountain ranges and temples, Tripura has lot to offer from historical rock carvings (Unakoti) and Neermahal Palace (royal place built on lake Rudrasagar) to Ujjayanta Palace in Agartala. The colorful tribes of Tripura are skilled in handwoven skills. Cane handicrafts and hand-held fans are some best souvenirs to buy. Help yourself with typical Bengali and Tripuri cuisine of fish and prawns and you would definitely be spell bound by the magic here.