Mujib Nature Reserve
Mujib Nature Reserve
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Eyleif G
47 contributions
Jun 2023 • Couples
Sooo fun, a little adrenaline and a refreshing activity. Just note you do require a level of fitness, and there was no cafeteria open when we visited.

Other wise loved it and would 100% recommend.
Written 23 June 2023
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Barbs25
Staffordshire, UK2,611 contributions
Oct 2022 • Couples
Check wadi al mujib reviews for more details. Definitely worth doing but you need to be fit and prepared. It’s very full on with swimming and climbing ropes!
Written 23 October 2022
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Betts95
Sevenoaks, UK388 contributions
Sept 2022 • Couples
This was my favourite activity we did in Jordan, I absolutely loved it! I love any water activities, and this was such a fun experience.

We had to wait quite a while to enter as it was Friday so very busy. My husband isn’t a strong swimmer and isn’t a fan of water.I read blog posts which said that the water would only go to your waist but that wasn’t true during our visit. Many times you had to swim, needed strong upper body strength and sometimes you were fully submerged in the water! It was much harder to do than I realised which for me made it more fun, but not for my husband haha.

I was highly recommend doing this!
Written 11 October 2022
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Andreia Magalhães
Porto, Portugal20 contributions
Oct 2022 • Couples
Fantastic experience, the place is very beautiful and worth doing the siq trail. However, it is not as easy as described in several reviews. There are 4 points where agility and strength is needed to climb rocks with just rope and some supports. There are people from the reserve to help with the most difficult points. We saw some 60+ people having a lot of difficulty going up/down at certain spots. The trail is beautiful but it is necessary to take these aspects into account to be able to do it. The return is simpler and faster as it is in favor of the current of the river. The trail takes about 2h30/3h, despite being just over 1km, in many places it is necessary to wait for people who are in the opposite direction to pass.
Written 6 October 2022
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VanAzz
Malta4 contributions
Jun 2022
The Siq Trail was a very fun and exciting experience, there are a number of pools, streams and small rapids to walk through, wade, swim and climb up & down, including a waterfall at the end of the trail (regarding the water levels, we went in June, so the levels may vary depending on the time of year). There will be guides along the way for safety and to help out. You will definitely get wet, so wear clothes which can get wet, and wear water shoes, you will be climbing, wading and walking through water, and it is a rocky terrain. Before you begin the walk through, you are provided with a life jacket. You can rent an overpriced wet bag (15 Dinar) from the reception, and for an additional 10 dinar you can purchase the bag, or you can bring your own. You can also buy a pair of water shoes for 5 dinar if you don't have the right footwear.
Written 25 September 2022
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manorrh
Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia99 contributions
Aug 2022
Literally, an adventure!!

This used to be a walk in the park. The tributary outlet valve has recently (2021?) been partially closed, which means the water level is much higher than before, and the currents are now very, very strong. It is not a walk in the park any more - it's more like conquering "The Fortress" in Japan, Takeshi's Castle!! And it truly is beautiful, like Petra in water.

Don't go if you can't swim. You will be fully submerged at times. Do not carry anything, because you will need both hands. If you don't like fish nibbling at your dead flesh, wear leggings.

Electronics are in jeopardy here. One of us brought a phone; it died. Ankle-tight, pebble-proof shoes are all you need. I saw the soles on some cheap shoes give out. Secure your glasses. Leave all your belongings in the locker.

18+ to enter. Open from 8am - 2pm. Waiting time 1-2 hrs. It takes around 3 hours to complete. You walk/swim against the current to climb up ~10 small waterfalls until you reach a large waterfall, where you turn around and return.

Some reception staff are rude. Just be patient.

This place is massively fun. However, this place also contains hazards. Around the waterfalls, there are boulders that are difficult to see. It is easy to misstep or fall and get cut. If possible, it would be nice if the boulders at the bottom of the waterfalls were removed or painted neon pink. When we entered (8/2022), we saw one dude bleeding profusely.
Written 21 August 2022
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Kiki O C
Ireland44 contributions
Aug 2022 • Family
We did the Siq trail, which is lovely with amazing scenery. Some of it is hard enough to negotiate and I'd easier with longer legs! The water is warm and full of little fish that nip at you if you stand still. It is expensive, and we were way over charged for a waterproof bag, which let in the water anyway. They argued with us but eventually we got some money back. However overall worth doing.
Written 17 August 2022
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Judit Nàdas
2 contributions
Aug 2022 • Family
We were very upset and disappointed. We had reservation to wadi mujib canyoning. We had to wait about two hours and in the end we were not allowed to enter, because our daughter were under 18 year. At registration we were not noticed and she will be 18 in a month and was accompiend by both parents. We told this argues to the staff but we were refused to enter. I think this rule should be changed or noticed the visitors at registration or at arriving
Written 13 August 2022
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Linda Y
Frisco, TX5,665 contributions
Jan 2020
After visiting Um er-Rasas, my driver suggested a slight detour to view Wadi Mujib from a lookout point near Dhiban. The views are gorgeous - steep rocky sandstone mountains cascading 1300 ft (400 m) to the narrow gorge below, with Al Mujib Dam in the distance. In 2011, UNESCO declared Mujib a Biosphere Reserve, making it the lowest nature reserve on earth. The panoramic view is a nice alternative if you’re not interested in trekking the canyon. Also, from the Dead Sea, there’s a viewing platform where Wadi Mujib runs into the Dead Sea. We passed this point twice. First, the river was nothing but a trickle, but after the rains, the water was rushing.
Written 31 March 2020
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Karola
3 contributions
Aug 2019 • Friends
Excellent!! He dropped us to Mujib and waited for us for 3 hours till we came back from the Mujib adventure. He was patience and kind. Very supportive.
Written 12 November 2019
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