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Ma’in Hot Springs: A wonderful treatment

Ma’in is a glorious hot spring waterfall resort situated right beside the Dead Sea. Nestled just 30 kilometers from the city of Madaba, visitors can find themselves relaxing beside the Ma’in waterfalls and gazing up at the stunning mountainous backdrop is only 15 minutes.

At an impressive 264 meters below sea level, this resort is set within a tranquil landscape and visitors can choose to stay here for a few hours or even a few days. The resort also has excellent dining facilities along with an array of rejuvenating spa treatments.


History of Ma’in

The natural hot springs that makeup Ma’in are believed to have a number of biblical connections. The springs of Ma’in were originally known as Baaras and are mentioned in the Bible. According to the Bible King Herod regularly visited Baaras due to the springs’ natural healing qualities. The king lived in Mukawir palace which is located 33 kilometers from Ma’in.

Things to Do in Ma’in

As the Ma’in Hot Springs Resort and Spa is now built on site, visitors will need to either pay to enter the resort for the day, or, stay in one of its luxurious hotel rooms. The resort is one the most beautiful hotel resorts in Jordan and offers a range of treatments including massages and revitalizing body wraps.


Mineral Water

The waters at Ma’in are rich in minerals and offer a range of fabulous benefits. The water is proven to help with blood circulation, respiration, digestion, and relaxation.

Spa Treatments

The Cascade Spa at Ma’in Hot Spring Resort has a host of treatments for visitors to choose from. The spa is located in a beautiful wellness environment that is set beneath a waterfall. Visitors can choose from massages, facials, and body wraps, each with naturally mineral-rich ingredients. Visitors should reserve their treatment in advance and arrive at the spa 20 minutes before their reservation.


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