RSCN’s nature café

We checked out a new place last night that certainly would not be called your regular Amman coffee shop/restaurant. It was decidedly different with a nature theme and a conservation and good health flavor. The building is run by the RSCN (The Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature) and located in Jabal Amman. Its most notable feature is its very nice coffee shop, which overlooks downtown Amman.

The coffee shop menu is filled with healthy choices trucked in from across Jordan. In the center of the café, displayed on an exposed concrete wall, the society projects pictures of Jordan’s nature reserves in Wadi Mujib, Ajloun and elsewhere. It has a very distinctive ecological atmosphere

The Jordan Wild Nature Center, as it is called, also has a nature shop selling environment-friendly products created in various RSCN projects. These are items that would be welcome in any display case and make excellent gifts for non-Jordanians. I highly recommended it. This place is a must-see, eat and buy for anyone visiting the Kingdom.

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6 thoughts on “RSCN’s nature café”

  1. While in Jordan I used to work in an organization that supported the activities of the RSCN. I’ve always been an RSCN admirer. Love their projects and believe in their goals. Thanks to you, now I know about this café, which must be visited for sure 🙂

  2. I knew I’d find a comment by Eman on this, lol, she’s just so into nature and stuff like this.
    The place looks really nice, and seems definitely worth a visit.
    it’s been added to my schedule 🙂

  3. Yeah you guys should definitely pay it a visit. It is really one of a kind. I used to cover the activities of the RSCN for the Jordan Times and it was some much fun.

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