It is located in the northern end of the city of Sakaka near Fort Zab’al. It was a well dug into sandstones, oval in shape and with a diameter of 8 x 9 m and 15 m depth. On its inner sides stairs were carved reaching to the bottom. Inside the well, there is a channel dug into the rocks and it was used to transport water to the farms. This kind of irrigation was famous during the Nabatean time (1st century AD). The site was restored and trunks were placed around the well to provide protection. The surrounding area was paved with stones, and there is a paved road up to the site. This site is famed for archaeological and heritage tourism in addition to its integration with the fort Zab’al site and the Zab’al neighborhood. ​​​​​