Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary enjoys a diverse topography that boasts a number of perennial water rivulets, water bodies, grasslands and virgin forests that are rich in rare vegetation. Spanning across an area of 197 sq km, its main wildlife attraction is the Indian gaur (bison). Apart from it,  there are varieties of birds, deer, hollock gibbon, golden langur, capped langur, pheasant and various other animals and reptiles. One can undertake a jeep safari to explore the sanctuary, which is one of the best conserved forest reserves inviting people both for educational and sightseeing purposes. The sanctuary was set up in 1988 and is located about 18 km away from the sub-divisional town of Belonia. It is connected to Agartala by a state highway. 

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