Buxa Tiger Reserve is nestled in the green foot hills of Dooars Himalayas just tucked near the border of India and Bhutan. Bordered by the Sinchula Range, Buxa Tiger Reserve, West Bengal is one of the beautiful wildlife sanctuaries in West Bengal. Best time to visit the Buxa Tiger Reserve is from October to April. Covered with the rich vegetation of Sal forests in the tropical evergreen forests of Buxa, the Tiger Reserve Project started in the year 1982-83. The Buxa Tiger Reserve, West Bengal was declared as a national park in the year 1992.
Explore the tropical rainforests of Buxa Tiger Reserve in Buxa in West Bengal which has a rich variety of flora and fauna. From the colorful migratory birds to the fierce predators it is the home to a varied species of animals and unique plants. Get a glimpse of the Asian Elephant, Tiger, Gaur, Wild boar, Sambar , Indian Tiger, Asian Elephant, Leopard cat, Leopard, Fishing Cat, Leopard Cat, Jungle Cat, Indian Civet, Palm Civet, Wild Dogs, Malayan Giant Squirrels, Mongooses, Bengal Florican, Regal python, Chinese Pangolin, Hispid hare, Hog deer. Many of the animals are endangered species while some are endemic to the region. Besides this there is also an abundance of reptiles and snakes. There are Monitor Lizards and Pythons. Enjoy breathtakingly beautiful views of this wildlife sanctuary of West Bengal on your tour to Buxa Tiger Reserve.
Apart from the animals you can also find a vast array of avian species like Goosanders, Ibis Bill, Fork-tails, Red-stars, Wag-tails, Common Teal, Gargani Teal, Large Whistling Teal, White Eyed Poachared and Hornbills. The forests are intersected by rivers and lakes and the Narathali Lake is the nesting grounds of these migratory birds.
Buxa Tiger Reserve in West Bengal not only allures people for its fierce Royal Bengal tigers but even its green and beautiful Sal and teak forests, the warm and fun loving tribal people in the vicinity and offers you a unique retreat which brings you close to nature. On your tour to West Bengal take a trip to this wildlife sanctuary of West Bengal and spend a few days amidst the greenery and serenity of nature.