Whether you are a hiker or a pilgrim, summiting Petra Mountains is an exceptional experience. One Mountain, however, offers the most satisfying experience!
Di Taylor and Tony Howard are two adventurers who visited Jordan for the first time in 1984. They wanted to discover the climbing and trekking potential of this country. By the time they were done, they have mapped out trekking routes that pass through some of Jordan’s most beautiful locations. I have consulted their book “Walks, Treks, Climbs & Caves in Al Ayoun Jordan” to hike the densely forested part of Jordan…. Read More
Temperature is rising, spring is dying, dust is in the air, I find myself humming Hot Town …. Summer in the City …. the back of my neck getting dirty n gritty …. I know it’s time to start exploring new cooling spots for this summer 🙂
Whereas Jordan’s South was covered with snow last Friday, its North was sunny, warm, and colorful 🙂 20/2/ 2014
10/2/2017 Some say, it’s the location of the biblical meteor that hit Earth 10.000 years ago, others argue that it’s a volcanic crater, and then there are those who reject both theories and say that Waqf As Suwwan is a fold came into being due to Earth compressions. Whatever theory you choose to adapt, they are all extremely interesting and worth further investigation. I, however, left all controversy surrounding Waqf As… Read More
Northern Badia; Safawi Iraqi Border with Jordan 6.1.2017 I left Amman with a hiking team from Jordan early on a Friday heading towards the Northern Badia Desert “Safawi” to see the one and only standing Tree; Al Biqyawiyya, but the desert has more surprises to offer!