The Jordanian Grand Canyon “Wadi Mujib”
“The view which the Mujib represents is very striking … the valley looks like a deep chasm formed by some convulsion of the earth into which there seems no possibility of descending to the bottom.” (J.L. Burckhardt, 1812) quoted in “Trekking and Canyoning in the Jordanian Dead Sea Rift” by Itai Haviv
Hiking took me to Wadi Mujib in Karak governorate to see one of nature’s wonders. We started from Qatrana desert, passed by Wadi Nakhalah, then descended to Wadi Mujib, and finished by Mujib Dam. Here is some of the beauty that I saw along the way 🙂
Some of the Flora I found along the way:
Some more photos
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PS: This blog reflects my personal opinion and my personal take on many issues. Its not a scientific paper, the information used is based on internet searches and some scholarly articles. Its purpose is to entertain and everything mentioned is open for debate and correction. Content & Photos are copyrighted.