Located in the middle of the Dead Sea hotel area, this wonderful wadi is not far from Amman. You will be rewarded with palm trees, water cascades, freshwater crabs and lush vegetation in this surprisingly beautiful wadi.
The wadi is easy to navigate once you are past the flood defense system.
Soundtrack: Amazon - Album: Ardecan (Ouverture) by Pascal Ponceau
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The videos are part of the "Hiking in Jordan Collection" by Grant & Maassen published by Wandel Guides. With 3D trail animation and trail statistics. Produced with Nasa World Wind Under NASA Open Source Agreement Version 1.3. The videos are distributed under: CC BY-SA 3.0.
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Opening title music for videos: Aulendia II, Album: Aulendia By: Terepin. Licensed Under: CC BY-SA 3.0.
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