Kosi River, Jim Corbett National Park
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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. Put Kosi River and other Jim Corbett National Park attractions into our Jim Corbett National Park vacation generator, and watch your holiday take shape.
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I love this river... jungle beauty around awesome and water all the time any time of year all season
Was under maintenance for the bridge to b made so d water flow was off from d back but the outer view is pretty overall .. mountains are all around
Very peaceful and serene river with good view.. our resort was just besides the River and had a great view from the resort itself.. When we went to visit Garjiya Devi temple we got a better view from ... read more »
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