Established and managed by the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN) since 2004, Dibeen Forest Reserve is 8.5km² of beautiful mountainous terrain in north western Jordan.

Covered in the distinctive pine and oak trees that are characteristic of the region, the reserve features marked hiking trails and picnic spots, and is a national biodiversity hotspot that mirrors the wild forests that once covered the area. A number of rare and endangered flora and fauna call Dibeen Forest Reserve home which in turn helps to raise awareness about the importance of sustainability and protecting the environment.

Located close to the ancient city of Jerash, a visit to the reserve is easily combined with a day trip to the impressive Roman ruins.