Located in the lush green foothills of Dooars Himalayas, close to the border of India and Bhutan, the Buxa Tiger Reserve constitutes of a large range of species of flora and fauna.
The ruins of Buxa Fort, at a distance of 3 km, are reached via trekking through hills. The Nature interpretation center, Vulture breeding center, Nature trail, forestry training centre, and rescue center are popular tourist spots in Rajabhatkhawa.
The Poro North and South Eco Parks are perfect places for family gatherings, picnics, boating and enjoying the serenity and beauty of the forest. The Trek to Jainty Pokhri is an ancient Holy wetland that is revered by Buddhists and tribals and houses various species of fishes and turtles. A migratory spot for the birds along with a watch tower for better viewing, Sikiajhora is on the bank of a perennial stream originating in the Buxa Forest. Similar there is a natural wetland, Narathali Beel where a thousand winter birds visit every year.