Dana Nature Reserve covers 320 square kilometers in south-central Jordan. Dana Reserve encompasses diverse landscape from wooded highlands to sand dunes, and a variety of flora and fauna including endangered species. The system of wadis and mountains include hundreds of unique plant species as well as rare animals like the Grey Wolf, Nubian Ibex and the Desert Monitor Lizard. Dana Reserve is rich in archaeology, with over 100 archaeological sites identified within the reserve. Visitors can hike on the clearly marked trails independently or with a guide, and learn about the history, geology and wildlife of the region.
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