Jordan has many points of entry and they all have their own rules and regulations. Here you can find an overview of the regulations when it comes to your visa to Jordan. First and foremost, please check that your passport is valid for at least 6 months after leaving the country. Check if your nationality is able to receive a visa upon arrival. A list of these nationalities can be viewed via the website of the Jordan Tourism Board. In case you have a nationality that is not able to get a visa upon arrival, please note that we can help you but only when booking a complete program with us and that we ask for a non-refundable fee to process the visa’s. Plan ahead: take around 6 months time to get everything sorted. It can be that the ministry that provides this visa’s doesn’t approve your visa so we can’t guarantee success. Chances of getting one is bigger when you travel as a family. Again: We can not guarantee that this application will be approved.
Visa to Jordan when arriving to AmmanAt this moment we recommend to purchase a Jordan pass. You will need need to buy it ahead of time, is only available online and need to print it out to show to the customs. (There’s no such thing as a special desk at the airport where they sell Jordan passes!) Please note that:
- Children up to 12 years don’t pay entry tickets at the sites and therefore they better buy a visa upon arrival. It saves you money.
- If you’re traveling from Amman airport to Aqaba within 24 hours after arriving in Amman the visa should be free of charge. However, this is depending on the officer who’s working there. If you want to make use of this service then you need to have your passport stamped in Aqaba at a police station within this time, which is quite the hassle.