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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

JORDAN.. don’t miss it especially this location with a view over the ‘Grand Canyon Of Jordan’ .. LOCATION: Kings Highway Wadi Al-Mujib TAKE A REST : meet the locals at their Tea/Coffee store where they extend their warm hospitality. Take your time, sit and learn...More

Thank Marguerite M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

El siq trail is a great mix of peaceful and fun that was slightly out of our comfort zone but totally doable, *especially* when with a guide (Ali was so considerate!). He helped us navigate some tougher spots and showed us paths with lighter currents....More

Thank jjptrips
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Wadi al-Mujib is a must if you like hiking and water. We just went in October, and the water levels were surprising for Jordan. You hike upstream including swimming parts where the water is over your head--life jacket provided. You will need to be comfortable...More

Thank Rachel R
Reviewed October 7, 2018

This was a really great experience. Wadi Mujib was a highlight on my trip to Jordan. I had a blast and left feeling thoroughly exhilarated. As everyone else has mentioned be sure that you are wearing very sturdy shoes, no hats or sunglasses and expect...More

Thank Lienergm
Reviewed October 2, 2018 via mobile

This is a beautiful place to visit, it is not recommended for children under 15, and elderly people Required to climb rocks and swim Beautiful experience Cost is about 20 JOD per head Must take a waterproof camera !

Thank shauni6
Reviewed September 29, 2018

Had so much fun doing the Siq Trail in mid/late September. It costs 21JD to enter the park and do the trail, we saw a few groups with guides but didn't feel like we needed one ourselves at any stage, part of the fun is...More

Thank Caitlin F
Reviewed September 23, 2018

I came here with a couple friends back in April. We all agreed this is one of the coolest things we've ever done!!! Wadi Mujib is a Jordanian National Park (not sure how large); however you can pay at the visitor center to walk through...More

Thank jameswU8379TO
Reviewed September 1, 2018 via mobile

Also for non-hikers a must see. There is an amazing view point called Grand Canyon Wadi Mujib along the Kings Highway just south of Dhiban. There is an authentic Bedouin coffee and tea place. They also sell water, fossils and unique souvenirs. One of the...More

Thank Marianne2510
Reviewed August 18, 2018 via mobile

I did the Siq Trail as part of a group with a guide. The water was warm enough (in August) that I didn't flinch at the first submersion into it from the 40deg C air temperature. There were lots of challenging parts, the current that...More

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Reviewed August 15, 2018

We are in no way experts but what i cant tell you is, it was challenging, beautiful, refreshing and so much fun!! we were given life jakets and we started clibing untill we reached the top. After that, you let the water do its Majic!...More

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September 22, 2018|
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Response from 71rainag | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Wadi al mujib is closed from end of october to first week of april I think. But there are many other canyons that you can visit if you are planning to visit during these months. Enjoy!!
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Response from manorrh | Reviewed this property |
Hello, Some trails start and end at the same place. There's at least one that ends in a different place. I don't know which trail you're taking. Yes, a waterproof bag is needed for phones and snacks. The guide will not... More
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