Weather of Arabia - Irbid Governorate is located 71 km north of the capital, Amman, and is considered one of the most beautiful governorates in northern Jordan and is called the Bride of the North. Irbid is characterized by its fertile soil and green spaces, so it is considered a destination for picnics and excursions, especially during the spring.
The Koura District is located to the southwest of the city of Irbid and includes 22 villages. It is one of the nine Irbid districts and the most beautiful places for tourism in it in terms of nature. Mount Barqash, which has a height of 875 m, is characterized by its mild climate and fresh air.
One of the most beautiful and famous areas of the Koura Brigade in Irbid is Wadi al-Rayyan and the Umm al-Naml area in the village of Kafr Rakeb near the Barqash forests, which is characterized by its green plains.
Wadi Al Rayan is located south of the Koura District in the town of Jdeita and extends over an area of 600 acres. What distinguishes it most is the charm of nature, the running water punctuated by 4 ancient mills throughout the year, and the fresh springs surrounded by grape and fig orchards, so it is a destination for visitors during the spring and summer seasons. .
Samar village is one of the villages of the Bani Kenana District, north of Irbid Governorate, 18 km away from the city of Irbid. It is characterized by the beauty of its terrain and its view of the Golan Heights and the Yarmouk River.
The Al-Arayes pond is located in the village of Malaka in the Bani Kinana district near the Jordanian Hamma, opposite the Golan Heights. It is a small natural lake that is considered one of the most beautiful areas of Jordan in the spring, where it is covered with green cover and anemone flowers, and many wild animals live in the area such as water turtles and ducks and migratory birds.
The Wadi Al-Arab dam in Irbid is used to supply the northern region with drinking water and irrigation, as it is located in the area where torrents and rainwater gather, and a lake with a stunning view is formed. The dam is characterized by the beauty of its location, particularly during the spring, where the area is covered with green cover, in addition to the mild climate in summer.
Umm Qais is an ancient town, part of which was carved out of rock, and the other part was built of black basalt stone. The town of Umm Qais overlooks the Golan Heights, Lake Tiberias, and the Yarmouk River. It was a magnet for population activity due to its abundance of water and its strategic location. A number of trade routes that linked Syria and Palestine passed through the Umm Qais area.
Tabaqat Fahl or Bella is one of the most beautiful natural areas in Jordan, and one of the oldest archaeological sites in Jordan and the world. Every stone in this city bears witness to the story of an ancient civilization known to man for thousands of years. This distinguished site contains the remains of an ancient city that extends over 400 acres, and the ruins of previous civilizations that inhabited this country and established temples, churches and residences, and their effects vary between Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Islamic buildings and monuments.
The area was hit by the Galilee earthquake, which destroyed a large part of the city and caused a rift that continued as far as the Jordan Valley.
Tabqat Fahl is characterized by the beauty of its nature, its plains and its views, and it is considered one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Jordan in the spring. Where the hills are covered with green grass and wildflowers. It overlooks the Palestinian Bisan area, and is characterized by its warm climate in winter, making it a destination for trips in all seasons.
One of the most important tourist attractions in Irbid. It is an archaeological museum dating back to the Ottoman era that was established in the mid-19th century. The museum includes an open courtyard surrounded by 7 halls. The building resembles the style of castles, and was previously called the Saraya, as it was the seat of the former Ottoman ruler, and it was converted into a museum in 1194.
It is considered one of the oldest museums in Irbid governorate and contains many artifacts that were found in Irbid areas. It was established in the sixties of the twentieth century. It contains one hall that includes pottery and glass artifacts dating back to the Islamic era, in addition to pieces dating back to the third century BC.