Possibly the most spectacular hike in Jordan, this beautiful but demanding trail guides you through a canyon of tropical foliage as if you were wandering through a “lost world.”
The Wadi Ghuweir Trail to Feynan is truly a beautiful and quiet hike through a wadi with a 3 km (1.9 miles) Siq and water all the way.
The Wadi Bin (Ibn) Hammad Hot Spring is situated between Madaba and al-Karak, south of the capital Amman. It is hidden deep in a large valley with lush vegetation, hanging gardens, palm trees, and plenty of water running through a narrow gorge (Siq).
The area is popular with locals because of the hot spring, cool temperatures and picnic opportunities.
Enjoy a nice day with the RSCN in the Rummana (Dana) Nature Reserve. This walk is fantastic in spring when the flowers are out, but the views are stunning at any time.
We recommend that you walk from the visitors center to the campsite via the Cave Trail. A shuttle awaits you at the campsite to bring you back to the visitors center.
This wonderful trail leads to a large number of sites in Petra including the Treasury, the Facades Street, the Grand Temple, the Mosaics and the Monastery.
After you have navigated the 730 steps up to the Monastery, the trail continues through breathtaking landscapes and magnificent valleys.
This stunning trail leads through one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, Petra in Jordan. As you follow the trail, rediscover Petra as Johann Ludwig Burckhardt did in 1812 when Petra was introduced to the Western World.
While walking on the trail, you will see a large number of monuments in Petra.
Explore the relatively unknown ruins of the Mukawir Fortress (Machaerus or Qal’at El-Mishnaqa) with stunning panoramic views of the Dead Sea.
The site is famous for Salome's Dance and John the Baptist's imprisonment and execution (beheading).
Little Petra (Bayda or al-Beidha) is a unique historical site. Situated in the Siq al Barid (the cold Siq) near Petra in Wadi Musa, the area once was the “mountain suburb” of Petra and a stop for caravans on one of the many long trading routes that converged on Petra.
Here the cool of the Siq offered a place for weary travelers to eat, rest and do business in comfort.
Situated in the Dana Biosphere Reserve, the trail leads from Dana village towards Wadi Araba and the village of Feynan, south of the Dead Sea.
The grand canyon in the reserve is undoubtedly one of Jordan’s most impressive natural formations. The views of the reserve from Dana Village are truly magnificent.