The weather of Arabia - Wadi Mujib is one of the wonders of nature and the wonderful creation of God Almighty, where a river runs in the valley in one of the driest areas in the world. Pink Petra.
The deep Wadi Mujib is located not far from the east of the Dead Sea in Jordan, at a depth of 410 m below sea level. Year-round from seven tributaries, the sandy rocky slopes of Wadi Mujib are ideal habitat for one of the world's most important mountain goats: the Nubian caribou.
Wadi Mujib includes the Mujib Biosphere Reserve, which is the lowest natural reserve in the world. The reserve extends with its beautiful landscapes to the Karak and Madaba mountains in the north and south, reaching a level of 900 m above sea level in some places.
More than 300 genera of plants, ten genera of carnivores, and many genera of migratory and non-migratory birds have been documented in the reserve. The reserve - specifically in some remote and inaccessible areas in the mountains and valleys - is a safe haven for rare species of cats, goats and mountain animals. The sandy cliffs of Wadi Mujib are an ideal habitat for one of the world's most important mountain goats: the Nubian ibex.
The Siq is a narrow gorge of the river's path between two large cliffs of sandstone, extending to the base of a large waterfall. The narrow valley may include a deep pool, depending on the levels of monsoon rains that year. This pool is an ideal place for swimming and escaping the summer heat and enjoying the shade and cool water.
After entering the narrow canyon gorge a short distance, you will reach the top of a stunning waterfall of 20 m in height. A trained and attentive guide will take you there. After descending the waterfall, the walk continues along the Siq pass to the Mujib Adventure Center.
Summer and the beginning of autumn are considered the best times to visit Wadi Mujib and enjoy an adventurous journey in its refreshing waters and unique atmosphere. The water level rises in the winter and during the rainy season, and the water reserves increase in the surrounding mountains, so that the river flow becomes stronger and the amount of water is greater, which makes it difficult walk in it.
To visit Wadi Mujib and enjoy a fun adventure and an exceptional atmosphere in it, you can see the details here