At 410 meters below sea level, the Mujib Nature Reserve, home of Wadi Mujib, is the lowest nature reserve on
At 410 meters below sea level, the Mujib Nature Reserve, home of Wadi Mujib, is the lowest nature reserve on Earth. Its rugged and spectacular mountains border the Dead Sea coast and are dissected by several river-filled canyons that offer the best river and adventure hikes in Jordan. The breathtaking scenery and the challenge of negotiating Mujib's fast-flowing rivers make the Reserve one of Jordan's most popular natural attractions.
On your Jordan travel the best time to visit Wadi Mujib is between
April and November. Wadi Mujib offers different trails that range from soft to more challenging and wet to dry
that guarantee to spice up your Jordan holiday.
Mujib's complex river system and all-year water flow enable it to support a rich biodiversity. To date, over 300 species of plants, 10 species of carnivores and numerous species of resident and migratory birds have been recorded. Some of the mountain and valley areas are difficult to reach and offer safe havens for rare species of cats, mountain goats (Ibex) and other mountain animals.