Other visitors except students are nominal. Students both from school and university level visit Koshitappu Wildlife Reserve as excursion. They generally enjoy bird watching, jungle walk, plant identification and herpeto-fauna observation. The reserve authority has developed wildlife waterholes and side by side wildlife sighting towers. There are altogether 12 wildlife sighting towers inside the reserve. These towers have dual role as reserve personnel can use it as patrolling platform by night and visitors can use the same tower as wildlife observation point during daytime. Nearby reserve head office, there is Marsh Mugger Point. This point certainly full fills one’s dream of seeing Marsh Mugger, Crocodilus palustris.