The nature reserve of Dana is the largest of Jordan. It shelters a varied relief and the protected valleys accommodate an ecosystem of a
surprising diversity. A total of  800 species of plants, about 180 species of birds, and over 45 species of mammals have been located in the reserve.

There are almost 100 archaeological sites in the reserve, the  most interested  are the ruins of Khirbet Feinan, at the mouth of Wadi Feinan and Wadi Ghuweir. Dana village itself dates from the Ottoman period.

The reserve was taken over by the RSCN in 1993 and attempt to promote ecotourism in the area.
For the nature lovers, a stop in Dana will offer you a breathtaking landscape.