Rajabhatkawa town is famous for its Buxa Tiger Reserve, which is situated in its forest area. This reserve is situated within the Buxa National Park and plays the role of an internal corridor for the migration of elephants between India and Bhutan.
This Chilapata Forests of this reserve is home to large varieties of herbs, shrubs, aquatic flora, orchids, bamboo, sedges, and monocotyledons. It also comprises several endangered fauna species like leopard cat, pangolin, hispid hare, Bengal florican, regal python civet, Chinese white-rumped vulture, and hog deer.
12 km from Rajabhatkawa is Jayanti. It is situated along the Jayanti River and is home to Mahakal Caves. There is also a watchtower situated deep within the forests of Rajabhatkawa town. An orchidarium and a Nature Interpretation Centre are some of the other attractions of this town.