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A great place to visit for those with interest in religious history. I took Uber from my Amman hotel. Do carry your scarf with you, and be ready to wear the long gown they give women at the entrance, as it is a religious site....More
I got a taxi from Amman city and it was just a 10 minutes drive. Its really a nice place and the story is amazing. The person in the place explain the story in Arabic, but I can not understand so I got translate from...More
The site it self is a part off King Abdullah II Institute for the Preparation and Rehabilitation of Imams and Preachers.
Nice place as a part of the Eastern desert castles tour.
The site closes at prayers time. Opening hours 8 AM - 4 PM...More
grabbed an Uber to go there, were expecting the site to be well developed for tourists, the place has a lot of potential. Assign 1 to 2 hours only for the place since it is in a small area, read about the place before you...More
Nice site to visit.
Good for family and children to see firsthand the site where the story of Ahlu Alkhaf took place.
The cave itself is closed after 6 PM.
The drive is 30 minutes to the site from downtown Amman. It goes through an...More
We read about this place as listed in quran and bible. There were signs along the hwy to the cave of seven sleepers. We got there and parked along the street. As soon as we entered we realized it was located alongside a mosque. The...More
I have recently able to visit the Cave of Seven Sleepers during my visit to Amman, Jordan. It is located within the city of Amman. The place is accessible by using Uber or Kareem. The place is very well maintained like many other historical sites...More