JORDAN HORIZONS TOURS 

Welcome to Jordan; a country steeped in history and ancient monuments, legendary for its hospitality, and rich with diverse natural beauty. We invite you to come and explore Jordan with us. Be taken back with the wonder of Petra, humbled at the genuine welcome of the People, tick off the bucket list of floating in the Dead Sea, and silenced by the vastness of Wadi Rum and much much more. Wherever you go in Jordan it will be an experience you never forget and leave you longing to return. Such is the ability of Jordan to get under your skin and capture your heart.

Jordan Horizons Tours is a full service travel agency based in Jordan. It was established in 2013 with multi-lingual team, who are all travel professionals who realized the need of a reliable and professional travel company to serve and lead the high demand in the Middle East travel market.

We at Jordan Horizons Travel & Tours always strive to captivate our clients with unforgettable travel moments that will last, and provide them with an exceptional service that exceeds their expectations, while conserving and presenting the heritage of Jordan & the Middle East.

 

Wadi Al Mujib : Activities & What to do

Wadi Al Mujib : Activities & What to do

The Mujib Biosphere Reserve is the lowest nature reserve in the world, with a spectacular array of scenery near the east coast of the Dead Sea. The Reserve is located within the deep Wadi Mujib gorge, which enters the Dead Sea at 410m below sea level. The Reserve extends to the Karak and Madaba mountains to the north and south, reaching 900 metres above sea level in some places. This 1,300m variation in elevation, combined with the valley's year- round water flow from seven tributaries, means that Wadi Mujib enjoys a magnificent bio-diversity that is still being explored and documented today. Over 300 species of plants, 10 species of carnivores and numerous species of permanent and migratory birds have been recorded. Some of the remote mountain and valley areas are difficult to reach, and thus offer safe havens for rare species of cats, goats and other mountain animals. Mujib's sandstone cliffs are an ideal habitat for one of the most beautiful mountain goats in the world, the horned Ibex.

 

 

SIQ TRAIL

The trail starts at Mujib Adventure Center where you will take the cantilevered walkway and follow the course of the river between the towering sandstone cliffs to the base of a large waterfall. Depending on seasonal rainfall levels, the gorge may contain pools deep enough for swimming. This is an idea walk to take slowly and enjoy the cool water and shade, especially in the heat of summer.

This activity is only available during the summer; depending on weather conditions. Please contact us to see if the activity is available.

 

CANYON TRAIL

The trail begins from Mujib Adventure Center and follows the Dead Sea Highway to the South (starting point). Shortly after entering the gorge, you will reach the top of a spectacular waterfall 20m, high, which will be negotiated under the watchful eye of a trained guide. After descending the waterfall, the hike continues along the Siq Trail returning to Mujib Adventures Center.

This activity is only available during the summer; depending on weather conditions. Please contact us to see if the activity is available. A trained guide is required.

 

MALAQI TRAIL

The trail begins from Mujib Adventure Center and follows the Dead Sea Highway to the South (starting point). The hike continues upstream to the confluence with Hidan River where you will swim in natural pools before moving on to descend a 20m high waterfall under the supervision of a trained guide. After descending the waterfall, the hike continues along the Siq Trail returning to Mujib Adventures Center.

This activity is only available during the summer; depending on weather conditions. Please contact the us to see if the activity is available. A trained guide is required.

 

IBEX TRAIL

The trail begins at the Mujib Adventure Center and follows the Dead Sea Highway before ascending into the reserve. Diverging to the South, the trail runs parallel to the Dead Sea, which provides a startlingly blue backdrop for the entire hike. The hike then continues along a number of dry wadis to the Raddas Ranger Station, where you may see the Nubian Ibex. It is also where the famous rock “statue” of Lot’s wife can be seen. After resting at the station, the trail continues along a road for about an hour.

This activity is only available during the winter; depending on weather conditions. Please contact us to see if the activity is available. A trained guide is required.

 

AL-HIDAN TRAIL

The trail starts from the visitor center and moves from the Southwest to the northeast, you will swim from pool to another until you make to the end point where you will find the ancient wheat mill.

 

ZIPLINE

The Mujib Biosphere Reserve has installed a zipline made up of two parallel cables, allowing two people to zipline together. The zipline is 100m long, with a slope of about 9m, extending with the Mujib Bridge. From its starting point at the Visitor Center on the other side of the valley. 


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