Mujib Chalet

Opened in April 2008, Mujib now has a ‘chalet village’ on the shores of the Madash peninsula, providing 15 double rooms with some of the best Dead Sea views along the coast. Each chalet has an uninterrupted sea view, shaded sun terrace, air conditioning and nearby showers and toilets. The chalets are only a short distance from the Mujib Reserve Visitor Center and the entrance to the stunning Mujib canyon and river hike. They are therefore an ideal place from which to explore the unique landscape of the Reserve or enjoy the medicinal properties of the Dead Sea. The chalets are open all year round.
At 410 meters below sea level, the Mujib Nature Reserve is the lowest nature reserve on Earth. Its rugged and spectacular mountains border the Dead Sea coast and are dissected by several river-filled canyons that offer the best river and adventure hikes in Jordan. The breathtaking scenery and the challenge of negotiating Mujib’s fast-flowing rivers make the Reserve one of Jordan’s most popular natural attractions.
Mujib’s complex river system and all-year water flow enable it to support a rich biodiversity. To date, over 300 species of plants, 10 species of carnivores and numerous species of resident and migratory birds have been recorded. Some of the mountain and valley areas are difficult to reach and offer safe havens for rare species of cats, mountain goats (Ibex) and other mountain animals.
Details
Number of Bathrooms
1
Privacy
Entire Place
Address
  • Jordan
Accommodates
30
Floor
0
Number of Bedrooms
1
Amenities
Suitable for Events
Suitable for Events
Suitable for Events
Heating
Parking
House Rules
By minimizing your impact on wildlife, you will help us to protect and preserve the sanctity of these reserves for future generations.
Please remember:
Stay on trail with the guide and do not wander alone in the reserve unless you are in a free access area
Swim only in approved areas, accompanied by an RSCN guide
Heed all warning signs and stay out of restricted areas for your own safety
Under 18 years of ages are not allowed to swim in rivers and pools Inexperienced swimmers must use a life-vest
Protect all nature: no hunting or collecting of plants, animals, rocks, artifacts or fire wood; leave things as they are where you find them
Do not approach, threaten, or feed wildlife
Do not damage trees
Do not add graffiti on any surface within the reserve
Water is a scarce resource in Jordan, please conserve and keep water sources clean
Fire making is strictly prohibited in all reserves, except in designated barbecue pits
Respect nature: keep noise to minimum, be kind to living creatures.
Keep the area clean and take your litter away
Stick to designated roads while driving. Off-road motoring is both risky and damaging to the environment
Leave your vehicles outside the reserve
Smoking is allowed in smoking areas only
We discourage drinking alcohol in the reserves for cultural reasons and thank you for your understanding.
Pets are not allowed inside the reserve under any circumstances
Place ID: 51
 
All prices include Gweet's service fees
USD 85 Daily
USD 593 Weekly
USD 2541 Monthly
USD 30492 Yearly
Manage by Wild Jordan