3D2N Trekking in Wadi Hasa

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3 Days 2 Nights
Category: Tours in Jordan
Type: Hiking - Trekking
Start in: Jordan-Sheikh Hussein Crossing
Finish in: Jordan-Sheikh Hussein Crossing

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English Speaking Driver
Meet and assist upon arrival points
Private tour guide throughout
Private transportation throughout


Border departue tax
Camping gear
Personal travel insurance and expenses
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Wadi Al Hasa (also known as Wadi Zered) is is a wadi in western Jordan.  According to ancient times, it was the boundary between Moab and Edom. Zered (also Zared) is a name in the Torah denoting a brook. It is mentioned briefly as the place where the Israelites camp on their final approach to Moab


The wadi is very big and long and ends in the Dead Sea in the town Safe (Al-Safi).  It is the longest and the most beautiful wadi in Jordan and considered to be Jordan’s natural water park. Hidden deep inside, shallow streams babble over rocks that soon become foaming rapids where the water can, within a matter of minutes, become shoulder depth. Swim, wade, climb, jump and scramble to steaming pools of paradise.  Having the water streams will bring you wet feet so you have to be prepared for that.  Bring your hiking shoes, you will carry your water, food and camping equipement in your back pack. 


This trek can also start/end at Arava Border in the south.


Day 1:  Sheikh Hussein Border - Wadi Hasa

Meet and assist upon arrival at the the border, and then drive to (Afra Baths Area) to start trekking in the Wadi, and in the evening we will find a good spot for dinner and overnight.


Day 2:  Wadi Hasa Full Day

After breakfast, we will start a full day trekking, and like the first day evening, we will find a good place for dinner and overnight.


Day 3:  Wadi Hasa - Sheikh Hussein Border
Breakfast, and on this day will keep trekking until aroud noon  -  we will be at the end of the Wadi where we will meet the bus to take us to the border for departure.