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Canyoning Wadi Mukharis
A 7 km limestone canyon with 2 abseils, starting from the multiple springs in Madaba and ending at the shores of Deadsea. This Wadi holds a historical and a religious value, known for its springs that Moses created to quench his people’s thirst during their exodus.
Characterized Wadi Karak rocky nature, and the narrow Siq and hanging gardens on the tops of mountains, and the highest waterfall around 80 meters. The path of the canyon is full of nature scenery and palm trees as well as to the nature of the rock and stone color. Its Natural green canyon with 5 waterfalls to abseil descending 25 meters. Exotic with its surprisingly 80 meter waterfall. It’s a 10 km long hike.
Special walk/swim through (Wadi Al-Hidan) alongside king’s highway, which is located near Madaba. This Wadi includes some dramatic wild mountain scenery, and a surprising amount of vegetation and water. A beautiful black basaltic canyon filled with narrow gorges, surprising amount of vegetation and fresh natural pools.
Wadi Ayah, also known as “Wadi Salayta”, is located between Madaba and Kerak, its waters leads to Wadi Almoujib. A drive of one and half hour from our capital Amman will get you to the amazing canyon. Hiking will be through water of about 4 Km will take your breath away with the refreshing natural pools all over the canyon with the mesmerizing waterfalls and vertical cliffs. Hikers will be abseiled downward to reach the canyon and then jump or water-slide to one of the natural pools later in the trail. No experience required for hiking Wadi Ayah, it would be a great adventure for beginners
Wadi Al-Hasa Lower Trail
Wadi Al-Hasa sports magnificent hanging gardens, narrow gorges and hot springs. Its upper reaches are carved into white limestone, creating a playground of giant boulders. A dramatic change of scenery is displayed along its lower course, where the wadi cuts a spectacular canyon in red sandstone. The drainage basin of Wadi Hasa extends over 3,200 sq. km, far bigger than most of the Wadis in Moab or Edom and second only Wadi Mujeb. Its discharge is about 20 million cubic m per year and the temperature of its hottest spring is about 54 C. A rare tropical tree (Dalbergia sissoo), not known elsewhere in Jordan grows in its bed
Bargash forest was announced as a natural reserve in 1987 on area of 31 km but then on 2000 the reserve where moved to the current place of Ajloun reserve due to the implications on land ownership. Along with stretches of Evergreen Oak (Quercus calliprinos), the thriving woodlands of Bargash are dominated by Carob, wild Pistachio and Strawberry tree. Throughout the years, these trees have been important to local people for their wood and quite often for their medicinal and nutritional value or simply as a food source. These woodlands also support a wide range of plant and animal biodiversity, including herds of wild boar, the Stone Marten, which is a carnivore that is known to be restricted to forest habitats, and the golden Jackal, which can still be found in good numbers in the Squirrel, Indian Crested Porcupine, and wolf. A wide variety of wild flowers thrive in Bargash forest, including the Black Iris, several orchids.