Vegetation & Wild Life:

The reserve is home to such rare species and specimens as the Nubian Ibex, the honey badger, wild cats, wolves, and the desert gazelle, as well as junipers, carob and pistachio trees. It also attracts many birds including eagles, buzzards, falcons, sunbirds, bee-eaters and finches.


Wadi Al-Amti is a wonderful spot to go for a few hours hiking with the local Bedouins through our beautiful valleys and gorges.