Mujib Nature Reserve
003- Parks and Reserves
Established in 1987 to protect the Nubian ibex mountain goat, the Mujib Nature Reserve occupies 218 square kilometers of mountains, wadis, and a spectacular gorge. In addition to the Nubian ibex, the reserve protects the habitats of a variety of wildlife, including the mountain gazelle, caracal, striped hyena, wild boar, birds of prey, and fish. The reserve includes hiking trails (river and land), a visitor center, and camping sites.
East of the Dead Sea. The visitor center is at the Mujib Bridge where the Mujib River terminates at the Dead Sea. For details, contact the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN).