Wadi Al Mujib


Wadi Al Mujib

Wadi Al Mujib, historically known as Arnon, is a river in Jordan which flows into the Dead Sea at 410 m (1,350 ft) below sea level.

 

Aqaba


Aqaba

Aqaba is a Jordanian coastal city situated at the north-eastern tip of the Red Sea. It is the largest city on the Gulf of Aqaba and Jordan’s only coastal city.

 

Madaba


Madaba

Madaba is an ancient town on the Jordanian Plateau, which was resettled in 1880 A.D. by Christian Arab tribes from the Karak region. It is now inhabited by Christians and Muslims alike.

 

Ajloun


Ajloun

Just west of Jerash, the castle of Ajloun is another highlight of northern Jordan. The castle of Ajloun was built in 1184 by a nephew of Salah al-Din (Saladin to Westerners). It is one of the very few Islamic castles built in Jordan to protect the coun …

 

Hamammat Ma’in


Hamammat Ma’in

When you visit the Dead Sea, you should also take advantage of nearby wonder Hammamat Ma’in (Ma’in Hot Springs). Hammamat Ma’in is reached by one of the windiest roads in the country, between Madaba and the Dead Sea. Enjoy the natural hot spring waterf …

 

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