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Jordan for Adventure Lovers

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If you think Jordan is all about ruins, think again. There are numerous activities on offer for the more adventurously inclined, from scaling cliffs at Wadi Rum to diving into the Red Sea's colorful underwater world.
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For a spot of nature between all the history sights, you can't beat spending the night at Dana Biosphere Reserve. For hikers and trekkers, this is one of Jordan's top places to get out into the wilderness, but even non-walkers will enjoy a stop...
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Ajloun, Jordan
Visitors to Jordan have the unique opportunity to have a meal with a local family or even do a homestay to truly immerse themselves in the culture. There are a few local families who participate. When I did it I ate outside on cushions on a farm...
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Dead sea road, Sweimeh, Jordan
It's not every day you get to say you've been to the world's lowest-altitude nature reserve. Wadi Mujib (400m below sea level) is the entry to Mujib Nature Reserve and home to Jordan's most exhilarating hiking opportunity. The Siq Trail here...
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Jordan's strip of coastline may be a mere sliver, but for divers and snorkelers, there's plenty to see. Although not as famous a diving destination as Sharm el-Sheikh and Dahab (in Egypt), Aqaba contains plenty of the Red Sea's renowned underwater...
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Umm Qais, Jordan
The Jordan Trail is a long-distance through-hike stretching the length of the country from Umm Qais in the north right down to Aqaba on the shore of the Red Sea. Covering 600km of terrain that ranges from lush valleys to barren desert, and taking...