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Wadi Mujib: swimming upstream

“The Dead Sea has seven main tributaries, one of which is the Wadi Mujib, the biblical Arnon River, a majestic gorge that leaves us gaping.

We climb up the narrow canyon, walking in 50 centimeters of water. It’s not very deep but from time to time there’ a small waterfall to climb. We walk between the rocks, water crashing down violently on us. In some places the water is so deep that we can swim. Sometimes we fall, too. On our way back, we let ourselves be carried away by the stream, falling down for 3 meters with every waterfall, using rocks as water slides. It’s indescribable. What an amazing adventure!”.


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  1. Profile photo of Keith KellettKeith Kellett

    We saw His Majesty King Abdullah do this traverse on Peter Greenberg's 'Royal Tour of Jordan' & have wanted to do it ever since. Unfortunately, when we visited Jordan in 2003, the gorge was closed because they were building a dam. So, we went up Wadi Khuthera instead … spectacular, but nothing like this!


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