Buxa Tiger Reserve is a wildlife tourism Place in West Bengal

Buxa Tiger reserve is stretched over 760 sq kilometers and located in West Bengal. This tiger reserve becomes the 15th Tiger reserve in 1983 later in 1996 buxa wildlife sanctuary is added with tiger reserve and becomes Buxa national park. Its boundary runs over the international border with Bhutan.


Wildlife in Buxa Tiger reserve: – Buxa hosts variety of wild species, here more than 284 species of birds, 74 species of mammals and 76 species of reptiles. Some of them are-

Indian Tiger
  • Tiger                                    
  • Elephants
  • Bears
  • Civets
  • Gaur
  • Chital
  • Regal python
Fauna: – Buxa national park is covered by the eight types of forests that can divided into two divisions that are called East and West.
In these divisions 400 species of trees, 410 species of herbs, 110 species of grass and 10 species of Bamboos may be found. Buxa tiger reserve is full of plants and other fauna some species are-
  • Sal
  • Simul
  • Champa
  • Gamar
Endangered Species in Buxa National park: –
 Buxa Tiger Reserve was founded in 1982, since then this place is the habitat for many endangered species. Some of them are Tiger, Elephant, Hispid hare, Bengal Florican and regal python.    
How to Reach Here-
Nearest Airport- Bagdogra
By Rail- Alipurduar Junction is the nearest railway station.
By Road- Connectivity to NH31 is just 15 km far from this reserve.
 Adventures activities to Enjoy  in Buxa: – Apart from the wildlife, you can enjoy the following adventures activities in Buxa tiger reserve
Trekking: – Buxa is the paradise for trekkers, there are many trekking routes are available to trek
Park safari- You have to take permission to the forest official and then you can use jeep and safari from the park safari. 

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