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Our car was moving upward even in a neutral mode. I loved the serenity of the area, the lake , the desert and watched some wild black, brown, white camels. I felt sad when I saw that some visitors threw their used plastic bottles, papers...More
While in madina we all wanted to see this place about which we had heard a lot. etc the taxi driver told us that it's only the Asians who want to see this area. It's a valley between mountains and nothing such things like jins......More
If you are travelling to Madinah you must see Wadi e jinn.
It's little outside of the city, you can take a taxi, I can't remember the fare .
It's aceide road silent surrounded a4ea with mountains.
People come here to see the car runniing...More
Somehow this valley has gained holy or magical importance which is not real. Yes, the vehicles and things move against the pull of gravity here but it is merely due to the topography of the area that the pull of gravity is reversed. However, some...More
This is just a valley which gives an idea to the visitors that vehicles are moving up towards the elevation without any support, which seems to be opposite of the rules of gravity. Actually, this is a mere illusion which is made due to the...More
Those who know the name of this place more pasionate to know about the Mystry of Wadi-e-Jinn. It's about 40KM away from Madinah city and a place where you placed your Vehicle neutral but due to gravitational force it's running automatically sometime approx. 100KM/h. I...More
had a great time here. saw how the water bottle goes up the slope instead of coming down. Also when my cousin put the car on neutral the car ran by itself at a speed of 120. this place has real jinns and is very...More
Visited this place twice and found car and water is moving by itself on a ramp. There aren't any Jinns as its has been described, definitely something related to gravity or magnetic field under the surface in this area. If you want to explore new...More