River Rafting

jim corbett national park

River Rafting

River rafting in the Kosi River at Corbett National Park is one of the most beautiful ways to enjoy its speedy waters, taking you through Class II & III rapids. This activity is meant for all - beginners or professionals. River rafting in Jim Corbett can be done only during the monsoons.
The best time for river rafting in Kosi river is from July to First Week of November. Other adventure water sports like fishing, angling and rappelling are also organized on the river.

River Rafting is a spine-tingling sport and the water of Kosi River in Corbett offers just that. This is a must have experience that involves often taking on the rock-studded rapids. However, river rafting in Corbett is a seasonal water activity; as it can only be enjoyed during the monsoon season, on a condition that there has not been a heavy downpour. Kosi River, which flanks the national park offers an excellent rafting experience for beginners and professionals as well. The rapids here, are that of grade II and III. The best time for river rafting in Kosi River is between July and First Week of November. Apart from river rafting one can partake activities like wildlife safari in Jhirna and Sitabani buffer zone, bird watching, fishing and angling, bridge slithering, and rappelling.

Rafting in Jim Corbett National Park starts from Mohaan to Suspension Bridge (Garjiya). Its distance is 12 to 15 kilometers which takes 1 to 2 hours.

Rafting in Jim Corbett National Park -(Book Now)

  • Best Season: from first Week of July to Early first Week of November .
  • Timings: Morning 06:00 Am to Evening 06:00 Pm
  • Price From: INR 1,500/- Per Person

Rafting Price1,500/- Each Person
Rafting TimingMorning 06:00 Am to Evening 06:00 Pm
Entry PointMohaan, Jim Corbett National Park City Ramnagar Uttarakhand
Exit PointSuspension Bridge , Nearby Garjiya Corbett Tiger Reserve Entry Gate, Ranikhet Road Ramnagar (Uttarakhand)
Pickup PointYou have to come to Suspension Bridge, from there we will take you to Mohaan.

About Kosi River

Kosi is a perennial river that originates from Dharpani Dhar, perched at 2,500 meters in Baramandal region of Almora district. This pristine river graciously flows through the verdant valleys and towns of Ramnagar, Uttarakhand, thereafter entering the Tarai regions of Uttar Pradesh, where it joins Ramganga River.

This Himalayan River is famous by the name of 'Kosila' among the local populace. Having a length of 168 meters, Kosi River replenishes the farmlands of Kumaon and is a source of water for the wildlife thriving in the Corbett National Park.

The eastern periphery of Corbett National Park is entirely fed by the Kosi River that flows from Mohaan till Ramnagar via Dhikuli. While the river does not enter the park, the wild animals use the river water for quenching their thirst, especially during pinch periods. The Kosi river bed is filled with boulders and its flow is erratic and often changes course. The river is unpredictable and notorious by nature. It often brings torrents and causes destruction during monsoon season. Some of the nearby places to Kosi River are Bujan, Betal Ghat, Corbett National Park, Garjiya Devi temple, Amdana, Ramnagar etc.

Angling in Kosi River

The Kosi River harbours Mahseer (a variety of fish found in the Ramganga river) that attracts many migratory birds who come here to prey. The river water is pristine; you can sit here with your feet dipped in water or enjoy angling. One can also bask near the riverside, hear the gurgling music of its flow and unleash the writer within to pen down some lines, while you surrender yourself to the breathtaking scenery around you.

White water river rafting at Kosi

Kosi River offers ample opportunities to the adventure buffs for experiencing white water river rafting at Kosi, which is only possible during Monsoon season. The adrenaline pumping 30-minute rafting session will make you want to conquer class II or III rapids.

Location of Kosi River

Kosi river emerges from Almora district of Uttarakhand and covers a large area of Cobett National Park and Ramnagar district of Nainital before it exists from Uttarakhand.

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