The River Jordan has 6 tributaries they are the Banias, Dan, Yarmouk, Hasbani, Iyon and Zarqa. The most famous one being the Banias, which is where the ancient greek city Caesarea Philipi stood.
The mouth of the River Jordan is at the Dead sea 422 meters below sea level, the lowest point on earth. There is no estuary or delta in the River Jordan.
Rapids, Meanders and Waterfalls
The River Jordan has a 75 kilometer long rapid, from it's source to the swampy Lake Hula. It starts meandering when it leaves the Sea of Galilee. The River Jordan has two waterfalls the River Jordan Waterfall and the Banias Falls.
The Source of the River Jordan is on Mount Hermon 2814 meters above sea level in the Golan Heights Mountain Range.
Basin and Banks
The River Jordan's basin is lies in Palestinian territories, Jordan and Israel. The River Jordan has two banks the West Bank, which is the larger one, and the East Bank, which is the smaller one.
Runoffs and Oxbow lakes
It has neither of these in the River Jordan