Jordan maintains good relations with its neighbours and is truly an oasis of peace in this region.

The first thing you will notice when you arrive to Jordan is that the people are very warm and welcoming to tourists.

You will be pleasantly surprised by the sense of security you will find in Jordan, it is one of the safest places to travel in the world.

Most of nationalities need an entry visa. Although entrance visas are obtainable at the airport for visitors arriving by airplane, yet it\’s advisable to obtain one prior to arrival in the Kingdom. Those arriving by land must also get a visa prior to arrival. These are obtainable from any Jordanian diplomatic mission abroad, where they generally take a day to receive. Visas cannot be obtained at Jordan\’s land border crossings. A single-entry visa costs JD20. Nevertheless, citizens of this list don’t require Visa (stamp only): Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Palestinian Authority, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Yamane, Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Japan, Turkey, South Africa, Hong Kong, Vatican and United Nation Passports. A Group of 5 and more adults (over 18 years of age) travelling together and staying in Jordan for more than 2 nights will obtain a free entry visa. Once same group remains in Jordan for more than 4 nights, visa fees as well as exit taxes are henceforth exempted.

The electricity is 220 volts round two-pin plugs are used,

Remember you will be travelling in a Muslim country, even if Jordan is not very conservative. Women can wear shorts but not too short, that’s preferable to wear shirts covering the shoulders. The weather is usually warm in summer so don’t forget a hat and sunglasses. Winters can be cold so bring adequate warm clothing with you. If you were sleeping in the desert then you would need a warm sweater and jacket even in summer.

Most hotels and restaurants offer a wide range of alcoholic beverages. You will find nice local wines and locally produced beer.

Jordan has an excellent telecommunications infrastructure. You will also find Internet facilities in major hotels or Internet cafés. Major hotels also offer a wide variety of foreign newspapers and magazines.

During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset, so it would be prudent if you try to be respectful and not consume food, drinks, and cigarettes outside of restaurants and tourist sites.

Friday and Saturday are the official weekend days, but all tourist sites and many businesses are open. 


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