Ms. Tamam Al Akhal honors
Wild Jordan Center, Tuesday
3rd of October, 2017


On Tuesday 3rd of October, 2017 Ms. Al Akhal prominent Palestinian artist and educator honors Wild Jordan Center while conducting an interview with Grand Vision films. Ms. Al Akhal Born in 1948 Jaffa left with her family to live in a refugee camp in Lebanon. She studied at the Fine Arts College in Cairo. From 1957 to 1960, she taught art at the Makassed Girls College in Beirut.  In 1959, she married Ismail Shammout (distinguished Palestinian artist). Ms. Al Akhal currently resides in Jordan.




ATICO Fakhreldin Group silver
25 years of achievement


This October witnesses a festive combination of celebrations to commemorate the 25 years for ATICO Fakhreldin Group. The celebrations kicked off on the September 24th, 2017 when COO, Mr. Azzam Fakhriddin welcomed social media influencers for a lunch at Fakhreldin Restaurant. Mr. Fakhriddin highlighted how the company grew by starting with 25 staff members and now the company has over 500 members and the importance of having a solid team over these years, which helped ATICO Fakhreldin Group rise to where it is now. Mr. Fakhriddin emphasized the fact that all the achievements it has reached has been due to the perseverance, hard work and dedication in order to provide the best hospitality services, which ultimately shed a bright light on the sector in Jordan. Mr. Fakhriddin added, that they are always keen to develop and advance all their team members by constantly exposing them to workshops, team building exercises and activities.
All ATICO Fakhreldin Group outlets were lit up, with 25 glowing on top of the buildings. Clients and guests pleasantly welcomed many surprises, activities, competitions, prizes and offers during the month as well.

Reaching Out for a Greener Future,
Permaculture Design Course,
October 13th – November 18th, 2017


Expect more practicals – every Friday on different Permaculture farms – and our usual Saturdays sessions @ Wild Jordan Center. Time to join the growing Permaculture and Organic Sustainable Community of Jordan !! MARHABA !!! For more information call: 0798241344 or 0795067156

Join RSCN #CleanUpTheWorld,
23rd September, 2017


Join RSCN for #CleanUpTheWorld For more information call: 065337531

Join “The Life of a Forest” with
RSCN, 9th September, 2017


The Royal Conservation of Nature in collaboration with the Membership Commission have the honor to invite you to attend “The life of a forest” on 9/9/2017 in Dibeen Forest. For more information call: 077552926.


The View offers a NEW menu

The View


A floating structure over looking old Amman with an amazing panoramic view which offers a wholesome local seasonal menu with smoothies and fresh juices and organic coffee. It seats up to 50 people and the structure is closed during wintertime. The View operates during summer time as a fully open area.

Open daily: 7PM – 11PM

Click here to see The View Menu

Wild Jordan Center featured in
“Visit Amman, Where Ancient Ruins
Meet Modern Malls”, August 14th, 2017


Explore Amman Downtown

Located in the hills between the vast desert and the fertile Jordan valley, Jordan’s capital will easily allow you to enjoy a full Middle East experience; in the urban west with its many cafés, bars and commercial heart of the city, and the traditional east, letting you discover its more conservative pulse. One step will lead you past modern malls, and the next one along traditional souqs (markets) and ruins.
Around Rainbow street, there’s this whole hipster-ish area of town full of alternative bookshops, pop-art style cinemas and cafés where they give you the Wifi password before the menu. Especially give Wild Jordan with its splendid view over the city and its information center about ecotourism a try!
If you prefer a more traditional Arabic cardamom-spiced coffee, one of the ancient-looking coffee shops in the older downtown area will serve you well.

Wild Jordan Center featured in
Lonely Planet, August 2017


Although Jordanians have been drinking coffee since the 15th century, Amman’s cafe scene has only recently begun to blossom, with a number of independent, espresso-style cafes now open in the capital. Local coffee roasters, combination cafe-bookshops and terraces with spectacular views have popped up across the city, from West Amman to the hipster neighbourhood of Jebel Lweibdeh.

Jordan Bird Watching Club
& Wild Jordan Center


If you’re not one for high views, but could appreciate a creature that is, join the Jordan Birdwatching Club for one of their special expeditions. With 430 different species found in the kingdom, you’re bound to find one you like! And maybe even discover a new hobby. Alternatively, head to the Wild Jordan Center to learn more about the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature’s upcoming wildlife expeditions!

The Weekender – 8 Scenic Adventures

Yanboot Menu at Wild Jordan Center


Check out our new seasonal menu in coordination with Yanboot. Yanboot grow food organically, produce local, natural and healthy products, trade fairly and build our community through educational events, which reconnect to nature. Don’t hesitate to call us for more information call: 0797711177