Queen Rania Al Abdullah visits the Ajloun Reserve and meets those responsible for the Sawah Sustainable Tourism Platform Director of the International Arab Media Network in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Media Doctor Jihad Muhammad Al-Ali Al-Zghoul
Her Majesty Queen Rania Al-Abdullah on Tuesday reviewed the tourism activities provided by the Ajloun Forest Reserve through the "Sawah" platform for sustainable tourism and the Reef Springs House in Ajloun Governorate.
During a visit to the Ajloun Forest Reserve, Her Majesty listened to an explanation from the director of the reserve Othman Al-Tawalbeh and the director of tourism in the park Qais Al-Shawashreh about the local products that characterize Ajloun governorate. Her Majesty participated with members of the local community in the activities of making traditional pottery, sorting and pouring honey in utensils, in addition to making sumac and recycling products.
In the house of the countryside of the springs, Her Majesty viewed the garden and participated in the work of thyme, and listened to an explanation from the CEO of the "Sawah" platform Sahar Barqawi about the role the platform plays with the aim of highlighting sustainable tourism, as the platform and the electronic application provide the space to book tourist experiences and connect travelers With heritage experiences available from different tourist experience services providers in Jordan, it provides local communities with the opportunity to obtain a new source of income.