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Having done this early in the season when the water was high and then later in the season when the water was lower, I highly recommend everyone who is looking for a physical adventure to go. Don't wear or take anything that you are afraid...More
Spent a couple of hours walking and scrambling up the canyon. Being the summer the water level was not too high, but still plenty coming down to make the whole experience enjoyable and good fun. The rock formations are stunning to see. Wear swimwear and...More
You start at the visitor center where you are given the life jacket. You don’t need a guide.
You will get wet from head to toe (use waterproof bag for cellphones). Also wear rock shoes.
It was amazing, you have to be somewhat fit, there...More
We did the Siq trail. It was fun and exciting! You can basically just drive there, go to the visitor center and start the activity, we did not have to book in advance. Moderate fitness would be good. We did the tour with the two...More
This is such a beautiful view. We enjoyed our drive from mafaba to kerak through wadi mujid. We stopped at lehun to enjoy an unobstructed view of the mountain and greenery. We stopped by several lookouts along our drive. Our fav was at the grand...More
The King's Road is a wonderful roadtrip, and its best passage is crossing the canyon of Wadi Mujib. You arrive from North at the panoramic viewpoint on the canyon; then your car gas to go down for 9 km, along a curvy narrow road, until...More
I recomend just to see travelling on Kings Highway or move to Dessert Road and make a walk. Exciting views ,you dont want to move from your stop on the way ... Its a big lesson of earth history and geology... Very few people ......More
Fantastic day out! The sik trail is challenging to say the least.. there are ropes to assist but I would highly recommend getting a guide. The rocks are high and slippery and unless you have a good amount of upper body strength it's a bit...More
What an amazing roadway through the "Grand Canyon of the Middle East". This road is complete with blind curves and hairpin turns...not for the faint-hearted. The rest stop above the reservoir gives one incredible views of this amazing canyon. A small population resides in these...More
I would say you could visit Mujib however you will not get very far along in the trail as you need to be quite physically fit. The water isn't very deep and you have a life vest. There is fast running water and slippery... More
I would say you could visit Mujib however you will not get very far along in the trail as you need to be quite physically fit. The water isn't very deep and you have a life vest. There is fast running water and slippery steep rocks to climb.
You can do both in one day if you start super early.