The wildlife sanctuary which lies in South Tripura district is well connected from the town Pilak and Agartala the capital city of the state of Tripura and from Agartala, it is almost 111 kilometres away. The Trishna wildlife sanctuary covers an area of about 163.08 square kilometres and from the town Pilak it is almost 35 kilometres away and it is one of the must-visit wildlife sanctuary of Tripura. The Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary is almost 18 kilometres away from the town Belonia a sub-divisional town in the South and Sonamura in the northern side. The Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary can be approach from both the ways and the Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary has various numbers of perennial water rivulets, water bodies and grassland. Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary is another protected area dedicated to the very important mission of conservation of nature, wildlife and biodiversity which is frequented by visitors and tourist. The main attraction of the Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary is Indian Gaur (Bison) and it is also a home for many other birds and animals like Deers, Hollock Gibbon, Golden Langur, Capped Langur, Pheasant and many other animals and reptiles. In this sanctuary, there are patches of virgin forests which are rich in rare vegetation. The Trishna wildlife sanctuary open at 9 AM in the morning and closes at 5 PM in the evening, except Tuesday the Trishna wildlife sanctuary is open throughout the week. The Butterfly Eco Park in the Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary is another attraction which is close to the village of Rajnagar and a short walk from Eden of Bison. The Butterfly Eco Park has a number and varieties of species of butterflies along with many plants. The park is really beautiful and clean and it is one of the best places for photography. One can see different kinds of butterflies in the park.