Discover Wadi Al-Hasa in Jordan, which has enchanting natural beauty

2024-04-22 2024-04-22T10:42:36Z
ندى ماهر عبدربه
ندى ماهر عبدربه
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Weather of Arabia - Wadi Al-Hasa , is one of the valleys located south of the Dead Sea, and is characterized by its stunning natural beauty that attracts adventurers, nature lovers, and exploration to it. Visitors can explore the valley accompanied by a guide and walk along the watercourse extending for a distance of up to 24 kilometers. They can also camp in the areas The appropriate level, enjoy the charming views, and take the most beautiful souvenir photos that commemorate their visit to this valley.

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Wadi/Sil Al-Hasa

Wadi Al-Hasa is a desert valley located between the Karak and Tafila governorates, where its torrents flow into the south of the Dead Sea at the town of Al-Safi. The valley extends for a distance of approximately 40 kilometers, and includes many modern and historical facilities and farms. The valley’s water flows throughout the year due to the presence of a number of springs that feed it, especially in the part located in Tafila Governorate. The valley is considered longer and wider than Wadi Mujib, located to the north of it.

The valley forms part of the Dead Sea water basin in Jordan, as its torrents feed the southern side of the Dead Sea. The area of the valley basin alone is about 2,500 square kilometers. The valley’s waters are collected from valleys and desert torrents whose range extends to the Al-Jafr region, to be transported to the Jordan Valley and the Dead Sea. The Tannour Dam was built on the valley in 1999, and it has a storage capacity of 16.8 million cubic meters of water.

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Natural beauty in Wadi Al-Hasa

Wadi Al-Hasa is a favorite destination for wanderers and hiking enthusiasts in Jordan, and it is considered a major stop for adventure tourism enthusiasts. Some associations and clubs organize seasonal trips to explore it, which often end in the Jordan Valley, where there are many hot mineral springs.

The valley includes many farms, especially in the part opposite the Tannour Dam, where most of them grow vegetables, in addition to olive trees and alfalfa. There are also many underground water springs and drinking water springs used by local residents.

The area is characterized by its picturesque natural scenery, as it extends a water channel carved by the natural flow of water through the stone over time. Thanks to its richness in water, Wadi Al-Hasa is home to many species of fish that locals and visitors catch.

The valley also includes a number of historical sites, such as Khirbet al-Tanour and the site of al-Dharih, which are considered historical Nabataean sites that add a historical character to its amazing natural beauty.

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