Jebel Khazali
Jebel Khazali
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Kris_Toor
Krakow, Poland174 contributions
Jan 2023
An impressive and majestic spot.
I didn't climb it, but the rock is seen from many different spots of the area.
It looks climbable in some places but I believe that it might require special equipment.
My camp was just below this landmark.
If you are professional climber I am sure you can find spots for yourself there.
Written 13 February 2023
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Jeffry b
Essendon, Australia13,786 contributions
Nov 2022
This canyon is related to the Wadi Rum area. The canyon has petroglyphs (rock carvings) with animals and humans, with writing in ancient scripts. Many of the native animals are no longer found wild in the area. It's likely that the petroglyphs are thousands of years old. By the way, a wadi is a dried watercourse that fills up once in a blue moon and a jebel is a mountain.
Written 11 November 2022
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GeneralShamu
New York City, NY1,058 contributions
Sep 2022
Utterly beautiful to see all the different views and to go to the various vantage points. Ensure this is on your route with the 4WD tour.
Written 8 October 2022
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sugarcone
Amman, Jordan362 contributions
Sep 2020
The mountain located at the protected area of Wadi Rum (Rum valley) has a narrow short canyon, its inner walls are covered with numerous Nabatean, Islamic (Kufic), and Thamudic inscriptions and petroglyph rock drawings.
we were told that at the end of the canyon there are several man-made water pools to collect rainwater, we did not have the chance to see them.
Written 12 September 2020
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Mihaela11
Amman, Jordan5,745 contributions
Jul 2020
Our safari guide took us on an incredibly beautiful area: Khazali canyon.
It is a 100 narrow area with petroglyphs depicting humans( even women giving birth) and animals and Islamic,Talmudic and Nabatean inscriptions.
Our guide -Abdel Karim- even if he was very young was very professional and well informed.
Wear comfortable sport shoes since the path is very narrow.
Written 6 August 2020
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Shay
3 contributions
Dec 2019
Most visitors only enter the beginning of the canyon. 50 meters of walking. The canyon ahead is only for mountaineers. A nice place for those who only want to see. Those who are interested in a real hike are better off getting to Borda Bridge
Written 16 January 2020
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igal27
Rehovot, Israel4,989 contributions
Mar 2019 • Family
There are many points to which tourists are taken to visit in Wadi Rum, most of them are quite impressive -- this one is no exception. The scenery all around this canyon is amazing, with the huge red boulders and red sand, contrasted against the blue sky and white flowers... Inside the canyon itself are plenty of Thamudic inscriptions on the walls. Definitely one of the interesting sites to visit in Wadi Rum.
Written 14 April 2019
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Zane Z
Riga, Latvia258 contributions
Nov 2018 • Couples
Was very surprised to see this beautiful canyon with very magical looking trees by the entrance. I really feel like we have been in some movie set or something. Canyon is not deep and there is some muddy water in it. But you can see some petroglifs (inscriptions) with animals and woman giving birth. The stone cliffs are unbelievable high.
Written 11 April 2019
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Robin
Dubai, United Arab Emirates9 contributions
Feb 2019 • Friends
Due to the time restraint, our group took jumps to the Rock Bridge of Kharaz. Incredible views and fun ride out to the arch.

Unfortunately, they've added a Bedouin tent and sell trinkets next to the arch which made it more of a stop for Jordan commerce rather than seeing another natural wonder of the world.

People enjoyed scrambling up to the top of the arch.

We didn't stay long, but was great to see the arch and Wadi Rum desert. Shame there is so much trash strewn near the protected site.
Written 27 February 2019
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apinchofhaze
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia77 contributions
Feb 2019 • Solo
Amazing location in the middle of the desert in Wadi Rum protected area. There is a canyon that you can walk through. It is about 20-30-minute walk.
Written 22 February 2019
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