Buxa Tiger Reserve is located in the little forest village of Jayanti in West Bengal, India. The Reserve is famous for its tigers. Set against an amazing landscape, it abounds in a wide variety of flora and fauna. The reserve is frequented by wildlife enthusiasts throughout the year.
The reserve encompasses a total area of 760 square kilometer. The forest is home to many rare wild animals such as the clouded leopard, wild dog, gaur, sambar, wild boar, civet and Himalayan black bear. Many migratory birds visit the reserve such as the greater pied hornbill, migratory goosander, wagtails, the rare black necked crane, migratory common teal, black stork, large whistling teal, and minivets. The popular Buxa Fort is located nearby. The forests of Buxa also offer trekking trails.