Kosi River

The Kosi is a perennial river like the Ramganga and its catchment lies partially in Corbett NP. From Mohan through Dhikuli till Ramnagar, the Kosi forms the eastern boundary of Jim Corbett National Park. Even though the Kosi does not enter the Park boundary, wild animals from Corbett use it for drinking especially during pinch periods. Its bed is strewn with boulders and its flow is erratic and often changes course. Kosi is notorious for its unpredictable and damaging torrents during monsoon. Like Ramganga, the Kosi too is inhabited by mahseer and attracts migratory birds.

Do you like to see the azure water flowing and touching your feet? Do you like to feel that cool water on your feet? Well, in such a case, you should tour to Jim Corbett Rivers which truly gives you an awesome experience. The crystal clear water and waterfalls make your tour a memorable one.

The rivers in Jim Corbett not only add beauty to this park but they also support the entire gamut of the flora and fauna in the park. Jim Corbett National Park is blessed with numerous fresh water streams. If you wish to see these beautiful rivers in best of their mood, then you should tour to Jim Corbett Rivers to get an experience of a lifetime.