Kosi River, Jim Corbett National Park

Draining the Himalayas into Tibet in the north and into Nepal in the south, Kosi River provides clean water to enjoy on a trip to the base of the mountain range. During the spring months, the water level can drop to fairly low levels, making it easier to visit certain sites like Gargia Temple, but more difficult for swimming. A selection of resorts sit along the banks of the river and get especially busy during the summer months. To visit Kosi River and other attractions in Jim Corbett National Park, use our Jim Corbett National Park trip planner .
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  • Very nice to have a dip during the evening times post 5.40 . It’s very hot during the day .beautiful to watch the sunset  more »
  • I visited this long fascinating river 3 times during my tour of the area . It is a clean fast flowing river and runs through spectacular scenery . I was particularly interested in the bird life and wa...  more »
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