This trip includes the study of geomorphological phenomena (desert pavments, Al-Hammad, basalt Hara, valley of Al-Butm), Qasr Al-Harana, Qasr Amra, Al-Azraq Water Reserve, Al-Shomary Reserve, Al-Azraq Castle, and visiting some farms. This trip takes place every semester.
The trip includes a visit to the Mosaic School in Madaba, the Bani Hamida Women’s Project for the Nebj, the Mukawer Castle, Wadi and the Mujib Dam, the plains of wheat in Dhiban, the ruins and churches of Umm Ar-Rasas. This trip takes place every semester.
The trip includes a visit to the Shuaib Dam, the memorial to the martyrs of the Battle of Karama, the protected agricultural farms, the Katar formations, the Flood Plain (AL-Zor), the Prince Muhammad Bridge, and the meeting site of the Zarqa River with the Jordan River, and it includes a visit to the Directorate of water control of King Abdullah Canal Project, and to learn about irrigation methods And protected agriculture, and visit l Deir Alla hill. This trip takes place every semester.
The trip includes a visit to Berqesh forests and Cave, Irbid Plain, Umm Qais, Al Hamma, Yarmouk River, Diversion Dam in Adasiyah, King Abdullah Canal Tunnel, Al Baqoura, Wadi Al Arab Dam, the trip takes place every semester.
The trip includes the study of geomorphological phenomena along the highway desert road (the desert ridges, Questa Umm Rajam, the Pleistocene lake near the town of Hasa), visit Wadi Rum, and Al Disa farms. In Aqaba, it includes visiting the naval base for a cruise currency for students in the Royal Jordanian Navy boats, visiting the port of Aqaba and making a tour to learn about the nature of the currency, visiting the Aquarium Museum in the Marine Science Station. On the third day, the return to Amman will be via Wadi Araba, where the various geomorphological phenomena are studied (flood fans, mud bottoms, salt marshes, dunes and sandbanks, and the nabiks, and desert terraces, and Al-Haq farms are visited in their respective locations. The villages of Rahma, Qatar, and Qa` Al-Sa'edeyen, and Bir Madhkour.This is to see the sediments remnants of Lake Tongue and the lines of retreat of the shores of the Dead Sea, and to learn about a
. Like the patterns of cultivation in the Safi Valley, and watching the retreating southern section of the Dead Sea, this trip is often conducted every semester if conditions in general are favorable.
World International Encyclopida ( Arabic Version), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 1993.