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Beida cave


Beida cave is a lava tube formation - the lava once flowed through it. Once the surfaces froze, the center remained empty, forming a tunnel. It is near Safawi and is therefore one of the volcanoes of the Great Horan. There is a small roof that collapsed, forming the entrance through which we enter. The regular flooding has filled the tube with debris, making the length of the tube no more than 600m, but with a second floor and at least 100m of crawling on your face.

This 1.2 km dark hike is one of the most thrilling experiences in Jordan, a 3 to 4 hours hike that ends in the warm sun of the eastern desert.




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