Spring of Moses Jordan
The Spring of Moses (Ayoun Musa) is one of two possible sites in Jordan where Moses, according to the bible, struck a rock with his staff and created a spring. The spot is recognisable by the six great eucalyptus trees that grow above it. Beneath the overhanging cliff a tiny spring of clear water bubbles up from the rocks.
To walk to the spring take the road to the right about 1 km before Mount Nebo church. The road winds down for about 2 km and is fairly steep in places. Near the bottom, at a junction in the road, look out for the grove of tall eucalyptus tree beside an abandoned concrete building.
Entrance free (2020)