Ibex Trail tour

Ibex Trail tour

 

 

 

 

 

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Trip duration one day
Trip type Private Tour from Aqaba to the Dead Sea
Trip runs Every Day
Starting from Aqaba port
Return to Aqaba port
Pick up time any time

 

Ibex Trail tour

Enjoy the untouched nature with amazing variety of rock colors and formations while the Dead Sea provides an amazing blue backdrop throughout the hike.

price is quoted in US Dollars per person

 
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Include

Meet and assist

All transfer

Hotel on B-B

Tickets to the mention site

English guide

 

Not included

Any items not mention above

Tips

Self expenses

Ibex Trail Wadi Mujib A genuinely remote and wild place, Wadi Mujib – the lowest nature reserve on earth – is a gorge that extends to the eastern shore of the Dead Sea 90 km (56 mi) south ofAmman. The landscape of harsh sandstone mountains, desert and plateaus is intersected by steep cliffs and gorges, with a lake at the bottom of the wadi where a dam has been built. The reserve contains over 300 species of plants, 10 species of carnivores, and numerous species of resident and migratory birds. Ibex Trail The trail begins at the visitor center by theMujibBridgeon theDead Seahighway, from where a guide will escort you south for a short distance (3 km) along the highway before turning onto a steeply ascending trail into the nature reserve. During your trip you can enjoy the untouched nature with amazing variety of rock colors and formations while theDead Seaprovides an amazing blue backdrop throughout the hike. If you are lucky enough you will see Nubian Ibex, the magnificent wild goat with large curved horns.
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Wander Trace Tours design a private, independent customized tours of Jordan, holy land and Petra  which are tailor-made exactly to your Jordan trip specifications. Our tours can originate from Egypt, Israel, Aqaba or Amman, to allow you to discover Jordan’s amazing sites, including Petra, wadi rum, dead sea ,and much more

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