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Wadi Hassa


Wadi Hassa is a 28 km gorge that crosses Jordan from east to west, from the potash mines on the desert high way to Ghor Safi on the Dead Sea shores. Nonetheless, the permanent source of water starts on the Tanur dam, named after the archeological site near by Khirbet Tanur. This gorge is famous for its variety of natural beauty, from limestone to sand stone and sediment stone canyons. Aside from the use of its water to feed a rich vegetation and the whole village of GhorSafi. Wadi Hasa contains a mass diversity of both plants and animals: from small red and green algae, to massive Sider trees, from tiny cat fish to wild donkeys. A must do!



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