Ancient sites tell the stories of Roman emperors, Nabatean kings, and Crusader castles perch on strategic hilltops. But besides history, the Kingdom of Jordan is packed to the brim with cultural and natural heritage. Adding the endless possibilities for adventure makes Jordan a Mediterranean destination begging to be discovered. Experience Jordan’s adventure treasures.
Lush green nature reserves in the north, an unearthly red desert in the south, vibrant cities, the super-salty waters of the Dead Sea, sparkling sweet springs of the wadis, and the coral-cladded turquoise waters of the Red Sea. You can safely say that Jordan has it all for hikers, bikers, climbers, birders, foodies, and everyone else in search of a Mediterranean adventure.
With its fertile Gilead mountains, a slice of the Dead Sea coast, and two UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Balqa Governorate is one of Jordan’s most unique areas of outstanding beauty. Get your adventure on.
Of all the twelve governorates in the Kingdom of Jordan, Madaba looks out over the most significant chunk of the Dead Sea coast. But that’s not all. Madaba has unique canyoning spots and impressive nature in Wadi Al Hidan and the northern part of the Mujib Biosphere Reserve.
You’ll find Karak located south-west of Amman, Jordan’s capital. It’s home to the lowest nature reserve on Earth, Mujib Biosphere Reserve, and the Fifa Nature Reserve and it boasts some truly majestic canyons.
From dry deserts to cool mountaintops, the Tafileh Governorate is a true discovery. Located about 180 km southwest of Jordan’s capital Amman, this region is home to the unique Dana Biosphere Reserve, Jordan’s largest nature reserve.
Nabil Tarazi – Owner Feynan Eco Lodge
A bright, sustainable star shines in the heart of Jordan’s Dana Biosphere Reserve. A regenerative paradise perfected by the visionary Nabil Tarazi. Check-in at Feynan Ecolodge and check out of the cluttered world we live in today