Weather of Arabia - We set out on the Jok Win program towards the south, specifically to Wadi Al-Hasa, one of the longest valleys in Jordan, about 200 km away from Amman.
Wadi Al-Hasa is located between the Karak and Tafileh governorates, and its torrents flow to the south of the Dead Sea at the town of Al-Safi. Its extension is about 40 km.
The valley is distinguished by the fact that the water is uninterrupted throughout the year due to the presence of a number of springs that feed it. It is longer and wider than Wadi Mujib, which lies to its north, and is characterized by its beautiful landscapes.
Throughout the valley, there are many farms, most of which are vegetables, especially in the part that precedes the Tannour Dam. Underground water is abundant and there are drinking water springs and springs used by local residents.
The valley is important to hikers and adventure lovers. Its approximately 30-kilometre course is considered a destination for adventure tourism enthusiasts in Jordan.
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