Very unusual guides
An episode from the series NATURAL PARKS: THE TREASURES OF LIFE
Thirty-five kilometers north of the mythical Petra, the silent immensity of the desert unfolds its full range of colors, from sienna to golden copper.
Created in 1989, Dana Park is the largest protected area in the country covering 320 km2. Sandwiched between the Jordanian Rift Valley and the Wadi Arabi lowlands, it offers an unparalleled diversity of landscapes.
Jagged ridges collapse from a height of 1,700 meters onto sandstone cliffs and canyons, works of mineral art drawn by thousands of years of zephyrs and rivers.