VIsa to Jordan
Visa to Jordan:
Planning a trip to Jordan? But before you pack your bags, but one question might haunt your mind: Do I need a visa? That’s where Nawafir Tours steps in, your trusted agency to unlocking the wonders of Jordan, visa and all!
Visa to Jordan:
- A visa is required for everyone entering Jordan.
- Visas can be obtained from Jordanian embassies and consulates worldwide.
- Travellers from Western countries can obtain their visa upon arrival at any port of entry.
- Payment for visas must be made in the local currency.
- Foreign exchange services are available at the airport.
- Visas are initially valid for two weeks, but can be extended on request for up to three months without any additional charges.
- For Non-Western nationalities, it is recommended to double-check with Nawafir.
- The current visa fee is JOD 40, which is equivalent to US$60.
- Nawafir Tours offers the service of arranging a complimentary entry visa to Jordan at any port of entry, depending on the nationality of the traveller.
- To avail this service, a clear copy of the passport should be provided at least one month prior to the arrival date. Please contact us to inquire about meet and assist charges.
- Another option for travelers is to obtain a free entry visa upon arrival at any Jordanian port of entry by pre-purchasing the non-refundable Jordan Pass directly online through the Jordan Tourism Board (JTB).
- The Jordan Pass provides three ticket options (JOD 70, JOD 75, JOD 80) and includes the entrance fees for most major tourist attractions. Only one ticket needs to be presented at each site.
- The Jordan Pass is valid for two weeks from the date of purchase. Please note that this option does not include our meet and assist service. For further details, please contact us.
- The Jordan Pass is non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
- The Jordan Pass is non-transferable.
- No refund applies in the event of closure of participating
locations for public holidays or unforeseen events, or free entrance days.
- No refund applies for un-used tickets.
- Opening times of participating Locations fluctuate from time to time and users of information on this website are advised to check with the Location concerned prior to visiting in order to ascertain the opening times.
- Buying the Jordan pass after arrival to Jordan does not allow the pass holder to benefit from the entry visa discounts and tax exemptions.
- This pass is for personal use and is not transferable. Any misuse will subject the pass holder to legal liabilities.
Entering Jordan through land borders:
- Northern Border – Shiekh Hussein Bridge: Free entry visa can be arranged if Nawafir Tours provides a meet & assist service, guide service & passport list, conditioned by a minimum stay of two nights. Visa can be obtained upon arrival at the border after paying the visa fee.
- Allenby Border – King Hussein Bridge: Free entry visa can be arranged if Nawafir Tours provides a meet & assist service, guide service & passport list, conditioned by a minimum stay of two nights. No visa can be obtained at this border, travelers must have the entry visa in advance from the nearest Jordanian embassy or consulate to their home country.
- Southern Border – Wadi Araba Crossing Point: Free entry visa can be arranged if Nawafir Tours provides meet & assist service & passport list, conditioned by a minimum stay of two overnights.
- Failure to stay minimum two nights, a fine of (JOD 70 which is equivalent to US$ 100) per person + the visa fee will be paid upon departure.
- Departure tax from any Jordanian land border is (JOD 10 which is equivalent to US$ 15) per person.
- The above procedures are not applied to any restricted nationality, who should check with the nearest Jordanian embassy in their country of residence
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