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Buxa Tiger Reserve

Located in Alipurduar Subdivision of Jalpaiguri district, West Bengal, Buxa Tiger Reserve is the second highest Tiger population in West Bengal after Sunderban. Buxa has been derived from 'Buxa Fort' which was used as a prison for many freedom fighters of India. Covering a massive area of 59sq.km, this national park is home to 67 species of mammal, 36 species of Reptiles and 230 species of unidentified fauna.

Distance in km from Siliguri : Buxa Tiger Reserve is 195km away from Siliguri.

How to Reach Buxa Tiger Reserve Buxa Tiger Reserve

How to Reach Buxa Tiger Reserve by Train:
The nearest railway station is Alipurduar Junction or New Alipurduar which is well connected to major cities.

How to Reach Buxa Tiger Reserve by Road
Alipurduar town is well connected by road with Siliguri and other towns of North Bengal. National Highway no.31 roughly runs along with its southern boundary. The best way is to hire a car to reach Buxa Tiger Reserve Forest.

Highlights of Buxa Tiger Reserve

The beautiful location in the lap of nature scattered with River Jayanti, Buxa Tiger Reserve mountains and dense forest allure large volume of tourists.

  • In this popular escape, you can spot maximum numbers of animals, Tiger, Indian bison, leopards and different species of birds and reptiles.
  • This National Park is also a delight for Birdwatcher such as wagtails, forktails, hornbill and red stars can be spotted here.
  • This biodiversity has collections of orchids and medical plants.
  • The other major attraction of this reserve is Buxa Fort, Jayanti River, and Rajabhatkhawa.
  • It is a very peaceful retreat and not to miss attraction during a visit to Dooars.


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