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Jordan eco-adventure part 2

Hosted by Peter Greenberg.

From sleeping under the stars in Wadi Rum to cave exploration and rappelling along rushing waterfallsin the Wadi Mujib, to floating in the Dead Sea, Jordan is a true environmentalist' heaven.

filmmaker: petergreenberg

country: Jordan

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