In our series « wadis around the Dead Sea », we recently discovered wadi Assal. 120 kms from Amman and 2 hours drive, this beautiful wadi is really worth being visited. It is varied (siq, waterfall, beautiful rocks …) and its respectable length (5-6 kms) justify a day – hike, complete with a picnic and water games for the kids.
Hydrotherapy in Jordan : 5 ways to discover Wadi Ma’in near the Dead Sea!
The Dead Sea is a must stop in Jordan. -340 meters under the ocean and with a salt concentration 10 times higher, the Dead Sea seems to come from another world. Floes of pure salt, oily texture, therapeutic mud, cracks, salted ponds … From the luxury palace to the isolated stroll along its salt beaches, find out 4 ways to discover the Dead Sea.
A vast plain wedged between the rocky foothills of Jordan and Israel, the Wadi Araba connects the Dead Sea to Aqaba. Sand, dunes, wind, lots of sunshine: it is one of those places that many people cross without stopping… But maybe they are wrong, and maybe you should spend some Lire la suite…
Wadi al-Hasa is a must-see in Jordan. At the southern end of the Dead Sea, near the town of Ghur As Safi, is a river. Not a little stream like many others, No …
Want to swim? To have a picnic not too far from Amman? Just take your car or a taxi and go discover visit Wadi Zarqa Ma’in, and its 35 meters high waterfall.
A wadi close to Amman: only a 1 hour drive to admire (from below) the highest waterfall in Jordan, one must admit that it is at least worth thinking about….
Discover with us Wadi Zarqa Ma’in near the Dead Sea, only 90 minutes drive from Amman. Canyoning, hiking, swimming…All you need when it’s hot outside 🙂
A new wadi to discover, with a really wonderful ambiance : you feel just as if you were walking in the great Siq of Petra. Plus there is a little stream so that the kids can play watergames on your way in the wadi! 🙂 .
This hike (or trail running, if such as me, you enjoy running in the water and on stones) offers to good opportunity to discover one of the numerous dead sea wadis from the Jordan side.