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Mujib Nature Reserve, Dead Sea Region
(4.5/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • A beautiful nature reserve. On the way from Dead sea to Petra. Breathtaking cliffs and beautiful canyons. Lot of extreme sports happen here including zip line, white water rafting, Hiking, Canyoning e...  more »
  • We my partner and I alone with the guide helped us a lot was pending us at all times, there are enough difficult sections but they can be, and tell you which is made in 21 hour of ida and other back but I guess it will be for groups because we did much more rapid.
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  • This is the one of the most fun experiences in Jordan! If you have done white water rafting, you would understand - imagine you are not sitting in a boat, but are walking up against the rapids! At the...  more »
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  • We did the unguided Wadi Mujib trail, which takes around two hours including return, as it is a one way trail. The trail ends at a nice waterfall and leads through rocks which have to be climbed with the help of ropes. Bring cexchange cloth as you will get completely vet. We are not the most trained poeple and have had no problem at all!
  • If you are looking for an unforgettable experience with lots of adventure, excitement, and an adrenaline rush from beginning to the end, then you have come to the right place. But be careful, this place is NOT for everyone! Make sure to bring swimming shoes, a waterproof camera and/or waterproof pouch/backpack to put your camera/phone/etc. in so you can take some breathtaking pictures of your adventure. Cost is around 15 JDs for Jordanians, and approx. 31 JDs for non-Jordanians. I remember coming here in 2009 when it only cost a few JDs, and although it is much more expensive now, it is totally worth it. Also, the more people accompanying you the better, since it can be difficult completing the trail and getting to the waterfall at the end.
  • The sights and natural beauty of Wadi Mujib are absolutely stunning and amazing. The hike through left me completely awestruck. It's exhilarating and exciting, definitely gave me a sense of adventure I hadn't had since I was a kid. A few words of advice though: -You will get wet. Think of it like a natural water park. So, plan accordingly, make sure you have bring towels to dry off with, maybe a change of clothes as well. -Some parts will require physical strength and agility. There's very little hand holding as well. That said, so long as your not injured, disabled, or severely out of shape, you'll be fine. -Walk carefully in some areas and make sure you have a pair of shoes that have decent traction. If you rush through, you might end up with sprained or broken ankle.
  • Stunning gorge hike. Most of the walk is a wade through ankle-deep water punctuated by waterfall climbs. Anyone can do it, but it helps to be fit. They make you wear life jackets. YOU CAN NOT BRING ANYTHING THAT IS NOT WATERPROOF INTO THE GORGE WITH YOU. That means no cameras, no phones, no backpacks UNLESS you have a waterproof bag for it. Totally worth it.
  • Beautiful hike! It can be very hot so bring you sunscreen and hat. Amazing place with stunning views and great waterfalls