Weather of Arabia - Jordan is one of the most leading countries in the field of medical tourism and hospitalization, where there are many therapeutic natural resources from mineral-rich waters, and hot waterfalls, and one of the most famous of these places for natural treatment with hot water are Ma'in baths, to learn more about them in This article.
Ma'in Hammamet is located 58 km south of the capital, Amman, in the Madaba Governorate. It is about 27 km from the city of Madaba, and the Ma'in Hammamet area is much lower than sea level by about 120 meters.
The Ma'in region contains a group of multiple springs, numbering up to 63, with different temperatures but similar in their chemical composition.
The water of these springs is characterized by its hotness, with temperatures in some springs reaching 63 degrees Celsius, and it is also characterized by the fact that it contains important elements such as: sodium, calcium, chloride, radon gas, hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide.
Ma'in Baths in Jordan receive a large number of tourists every year for the purpose of treatment and hospitalization, and for the purpose of rest and relaxation with its hot mineral water that cures many incurable and chronic diseases, including:
In addition to revitalizing the body in general and treating nervous and psychological exhaustion
There are a variety of ways to use hot mineral water that has healing properties such as: shower, bubble bath, jacuzzi bath, water bed, and alternating foot baths.
It is used for treatment by inhaling the steam rising from mineral water, which helps to cure chest diseases, especially in smokers.
In addition to the above, there is a section in Ma’in for treatment with mud taken from the Dead Sea, which has proven its therapeutic benefits, as well as an electrotherapy section complemented by water and medical exercises, as well as a physical therapy service “physiotherapy”, especially under water by specialized physicists.
The oasis-style Ma'in Hammam Resort features an outdoor pool and "spa" located directly under a hot spring waterfall. The spa offers deep sea treatments and various Asian treatments.
The resort is only a 30-minute drive from the Dead Sea, surrounded by the mountains that include the hotel, and there is the “The Olive” restaurant, which serves the traditional Zarb meal in the resort’s Bedouin tent, and it is possible to arrange special dinners by candlelight.
The rooms are specially designed to combine contemporary style and the recreation of Ma'in Resort with hot springs. There are balconies with wonderful views of the mountains or valley, and some suites overlook the waterfall and the thermal pool.