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Agartala to Belgaum Flights

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Currently, there are no flights from Agartala to Belgaum. However, you can take a flight from Agartala to Goa to get to Belgaum. Located around 127 km southwest of Belgaum, Goa International Airport is the closest major airport to the city of Belgaum. You can take a bus, taxi, or car from the airport to reach Belgaum.

At present, there are around 15 flights operated by Air India and IndiGo from Agartala to Goa every day. The route mostly has connecting flights with two stops. While one-stop flights have a layover of around 2 hours in Kolkata and Bangalore, two-stop flights usually have a layover ranging between 5 to 14 hours in Mumbai, Ahmedabad, and Delhi. Depending on the layover timings, the shortest flight duration between Agartala and Goa is 6 to 11 hours. It is a 3-hour and 30-minute drive to Belgaum from Goa International Airport.

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Flights from Agartala to Belgaum


About Belgaum Airport

Officially known as Belgavi Airport, Belgaum Airport (IATA: IXG) is situated at a distance of 15 km east of the city. It lies adjacent to the Sambra Air Force Station, which is a non-flying basic training facility of the Indian Air Force. The airport is mostly served by SpiceJet, IndiGo, and Star Air, which run flights to various cities across India, including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kochi, and Bengaluru among others.

Belgaum Airport has a single terminal with one boarding gate, which handles all domestic flights. It has 3 check-in desks for travellers. The airport has medical first-aid and wheelchair services, as well as several dining options.

Taxis and car rental services are available at the airport to enable visitors to get around the city or to other parts of the state. Travellers can also use these transportation options to reach the railway station, which is around 12 km away from the airport.

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About Belgaum

Also known as Belagavi, Belgaum is situated in the Western Ghats, at an altitude of around 2,500 ft above sea level. The city attracts tourists with its meandering rivers, verdant hills, and thick forests. Formerly known as Venugrama, which means “bamboo village”, Belgaum traces its origin to the 12th century. Over time, the city became a site of struggle for political power among the Chalukyas, Goan Kadambas, Yadavas, Bahmanis, Adil Shahis, and the Marathas. These events went on to lend a multi-cultural vibe to the city, with Marathi, Goan, and Konkani traditions complementing the local Kannada culture.

Today, Belgaum is a major centre of trade and commerce in Karanataka, with flourishing leather, pottery, cotton-weaving, and metalwork industries. The majority of the population here speaks Kannada. With forts, sacred sites, and waterfalls, there is something for everyone in the city. Nature lovers have plenty to look forward to with the region’s diverse landscape of rivers, waterfalls, and forests offering plenty of hiking and trekking opportunities. While here, be sure to indulge in Belagavi ghee kunda (a sweet prepared using milk and khoa), Mysore pak, and alipak (a snack made using puffed rice, peanuts and grated coconut).

The best time to visit Belgaum is from November to March when the weather is pleasant. The monsoon season lasts from June to September. Ganesh Chaturthi, Dusshera, and Diwali are widely celebrated in the city.

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Belgaum Fort

Also known as Belagavi Fort, this fort was built in 1204 by the rulers of the Ratta Dynasty. The fort is built in Deccan and Indo-Saracenic styles. At the entrance to the fort, you will see shrines dedicated to Goddess Durga and Lord Ganesha. There is also a mosque within the fort. Check out the beautifully carved lotus ceiling of the Mukhmantapa.

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Kamala Basati

This is one of the two basati situated within the precincts of the fort. Built in the late Chalukyan style, it has a black-stone idol of the 22nd Jain Tirthankara, Neminatha. There are ruins of another Jain temple near this basati.

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Kittur Fort

Situated around 47 km southeast of the city, the town of Kittur is home to this magnificent fort. Here, you will see the ruins of a watchtower and water cisterns. Be sure to visit the archaeological museum within the fort complex. The museum has an impressive collection of sculptures, clothes, jewellery, and weapons.


About Agartala Airport

Formally known as Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport, Agartala Airport (IATA: IXA) is located 12 km northeast of Agartala. It is the third-busiest airport in the Northeast. It was built by Maharaja Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur in 1942. The airport served as a supply hub for ammunition for the Allied troops during World War II. The airport runs flights by several airlines, including SpiceJet, Indigo, and Air India to cities, such as Mumbai, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Silchar, Imphal, Aizwal, Bangalore, and Hyderabad.

The airport has a single terminal with two boarding gates and a passenger capacity of 250 for both arrivals and departures. For the convenience of passengers, the terminal also has 14 check-in desks, four security checks, and one immigration counter. The airport amenities include free luggage trolleys, child-care rooms, wheelchair service, and medical facilities. There are restaurants, snack bars, and a private lounge. There is also a phone booth available for both domestic and international calls.

Passengers can take a private bus or car to and from the airport. You can also hire a taxi or use the car rental services available outside the airport.

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About Agartala

The capital of the northeastern state of Tripura, Agartala is located on the Howrah river, near the border of Bangladesh. The word “Agartala” is a combination of two words: agar, which refers to a perfume and incense tree of the Aquilaria species, and tala, which means “underneath” — a reference to the density of agarwood trees in the region. The agar tree is mentioned in the legend of King Raghu, who tethered his elephant to an agar tree on the banks of the Lauhitya river.

Historically, Agartala was the capital of many Hindu kingdoms. The earliest-known king of this region was King Patardan in 1900 BCE. During British rule, the city was the capital of the former Hill-Tippera State.

Agartala has a vibrant cultural scene owing to its unique mix of Bengali and Tripuri cultures. The Tripuri tribes comprise the region’s indigenous tribes. Their traditions are an essential part of Tripura's rich cultural life, with each group having its distinct folklore, music and dance forms, as well as festivals. Locals mostly speak Bangla and Kokborok (Tripuri). Food lovers must try bangui (rice cake), chuak (rice beer), mui borok (salty, spicy fermented fish), and muya awandru (a dish made of bamboo shoots, garlic and fish) here.

The best time to visit Agartala is from November to February when the weather is cool and there is light rainfall. Durga Puja, Kharchi Puja, and Garia Puja are celebrated with traditional fervour in the city.

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Ujjayanta Palace

Built by Maharaja Radha Kishore Manikya in 1901, the royal palace of Agartala was named so by Rabindranath Tagore, who was a regular visitor to the palace. The palace occupies the pride of place with its 86-ft-high domes, striking tiled floors, and beautifully crafted doors. It served as the location for the State Legislative Assembly until 2011.

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Gumti Wildlife Sanctuary

Plan a day trip to this wildlife sanctuary, situated 107 km southeast of the city, for a change of pace from city life. Here, you can go jungle-trekking to catch sightings of leopard cat, Hoolock gibbon, and spectacle langur. You can also take a boat ride on the Dumboor Reservoir.

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Heritage Park

Spread over 12 acres, this park showcases the cultural legacy of Tripura. It has three sections: mini-Tripura, which is located at the entrance; the central area, which is modelled as a natural forest area; and a table-land, which boasts a variety of medicinal plants and herbs.

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Kunjaban Palace

Located near Ujjayanta Palace, this palace was constructed by King Birendra Kishore Manikya in 1927. The palace currently serves as the official residence of the Governor of Tripura. Come here to take in the architectural splendour of the palace and for strolls in the palace gardens and orchards.

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Ramakrishna Mission

Situated in leafy environs 8 km south of the city, the Sri Sri Ramakrishna Ashrama was originally established in 1950. It was later renamed Ramakrishna Mission, and started operating as a branch of Ramakrishna Mission, Belur Math, in West Bengal. The complex has a lecture hall, prayer hall, a library, a school, and a medical centre.

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Tripura State Tribal Museum

This museum is a good place to learn about Agartala’s diverse tribal culture. The museum houses a collection of tribal handicrafts, costumes, utensils, and other exhibits from 19 tribal groups of Tripura. The museum also has dioramas that offer a glimpse into the daily life of various indigenous groups.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are several palaces, museums, temples and parks to visit in Agartala. These include Ujjayanta Palace, Tripura State Tribal Museum, Venuvan Vihar, Chaturdasha Temple, and Heritage Park.

Private bus, taxi, and car rental services are available at Agartala Airport. Travellers can also use pre-paid cab services.

Belgaum Fort, Jamboti Falls, Mahadeva Temple, Kamala Basti, St. Mary’s Church, and Safa Masjid are some of the most popular attractions in Belgaum.

Belgaum is located in the Western Ghats. It is situated precisely in the middle of Bangalore and Mumbai.

The fastest way to reach Belgaum from Goa International Airport is to take a taxi. It takes around 2.5 hours to reach the city.

During the monsoon season, Agartala receives heavy rainfall and the weather gets humid. The weather conditions may not be the most comfortable for sightseeing during the rainy season.

There are many hotels within an 8-km radius of Agartala Airport. Some of these hotels also offer airport shuttle services for the convenience of visitors.

Agartala is famous for handloom and silk items, handicrafts made of cane and bamboo, wood, palm leaves, and clay, as well as jewellery.

Yes, a private lounge service is now available at Belgaum Airport.

You can buy brass utensils, wooden toys, jewellery, and showpieces in Belgaum.

Jamboti Hills offer the ideal settings for camping. The hills have many waterfalls and afford picturesque views of the surrounding area. The best time to visit these hills is from October to February.

You can take a bus, or taxi, or rent a car to get around the city. There are also cycle-rickshaws for covering short distances.

You can shop at Purbasa, the state emporium, Akhaura Road, Mohanpur, Jail Road, Battala Market, and Shakuntala Road.

The ideal months to visit Belgaum are November through February when the weather is pleasant despite the beginning of the winter. Summers are warm and humid, and best avoided. It is a good idea to visit during the rainy season when the waterfalls are a spectacular sight.

You need at least 2 days to explore the major attractions in Agartala.
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Airport Information

Belgaum Belagavi Rd, Sambra, Karnataka 591124

Agartala Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport, Usha Bazar, Agartala, Tripura 799009