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Rivers in Jim Corbett National Park

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Rivers in Jim Corbett National Park

Rivers play a significant role in the ecosystem and provide recreation and relaxation for people. These are the most important features of the earth. They have a vital role in shaping the landscape, powering industries, and giving us drinking water. It enhances the beauty of the place and gets you to connect with various water species.


It has a high biodiversity when compared to other habitats such as forests, wetlands, and deserts. This is because they are home to many different organisms which interact with each other through food webs and trophic pyramids.


We are here with the famous rivers that is situated in the most famous park which increases the beauty and also an amazing attractive point to visit with your family and friends 


Lifeline of Thriving Wildlife 

 

The Ramganga River is necessary for the survival of Jim Corbett National Park. It is the largest of all the precious water bodies and is said to be a rain-fed river that emerges near the Gainsaid region in the Lesser Himalayas. This river flows for about 100 kilometers before entering Corbett. During its journey through the park, it collects water from the Palain, Mandal, and Sonanadi rivers before clearing into the Ganga near Farrukhabad in Uttar Pradesh.

 

Another well-known river is the Kosi, which serves a large portion of the Corbett National Park, as all of the creatures and other wildlife animals use it to complete their thirst. The river's flow is unpredictable and frequently changes its course. It has many sheer cliffs nearby to its bank and is said to be a favourite habitat of mahseer fish.

 

The Sonanadi River is a major tributary of the Ramganga and is named after the Sonanadi Wildlife Sanctuary. This river is a vital part of the tiger reserve and is known as the "River of Gold."

 

Last but not least, the Mandal River is a gentle water body that flows along the eastern coast of Chamoli during the dry season. It stretches for a long distance before joining the Ram Ganga River at Domunda. This river serves as a vital breeding ground for Mahseer fish.

 

To get connect yourself with these famous rivers in Jim Corbett national park, Booking are available on our Jim Corbett website to meet your desired trip and if you want to visit another attractive places of the park , Jim safari ride booking are also on the way to avoid further inconvenience.


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