7-day travel to Jordan – classic tour Petra, Wadi Rum, Dead Sea, desert Castles

7 Days

Travel to Jordan with a tour package of 7 days to visit some of the country’s most famous attractions, such as Jerash, Ajloun, the desert castles of Qaser Al Mushatta, Qaser Amra and Qaser Al Azraq, the Dead Sea, Madaba, Nebo, Kerak, Petra, Wadi Rum, and Amman.

Jordan is a significantly small country with a considerable concentration of historical, religious, cultural, and natural sites. The best time to travel to Jordan is late spring and early autumn, when you will not be disturbed by the summer heat or winter rain.

Why travel to Jordan with the one-week tour? Because it’s in most people dream of visiting this country and having the opportunity of admiring the sunset from the top of the citadel of Amman, visiting Jerash ruins, one of the most captivating Roman cities in the Near East, getting mesmerized by the incredible beauty of Wadi Rum desert, crossing the epic rock canyon passage with orange shades to arrive at the great site of Petra, and finally, letting yourself float on the Dead Sea saline waves.

7-day travel to Jordan Tour Petra + Wadi Rum Jeep Tour
7-day travel to Jordan - classic tour Petra, Wadi Rum, Dead Sea, desert Castles Petra Jordan

Travel to Jordan for 7 days » Visit Petra, Wadi Rum Jeep Tour, Dead Sea, Castles. Airport transfers + hotels + transportation + driver, English-speaking guide.

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7 days Jordan itinerary

Upon arrival at Queen Alia International Airport AMM, our RJ Travel representative will help with instructions and procedures, holding a sign with RJ Travel logo or with your name. Hotel transfer.

Options of hotels in Amman:

It’s good to know that you have a representative from RJ Travel waiting to meet you at the airport and help with any instructions or procedures. It’s always helpful to have someone there to assist you upon arrival in a new place, especially if it’s your first visit. It’s also good to know that you have a hotel transfer arranged. This will make it easier for you to get to your hotel after a long flight and settle in before starting your trip. Make sure to follow any instructions provided by your representative, and don’t hesitate to ask for assistance if you need it. Enjoy your trip!

Dinner
3-star hotels

After breakfast, start your Amman tour, where you will visit the Amman Citadel, the Roman Theater, and the Jordan Museum.

After your enjoyable Amman Jordan tour, you will be transferred to Jerash, often called the Pompeii of the East. Jerash ruins have been wrapped in the sand for centuries, which is why they are still well-preserved. Jerash is regarded as one of the most extensive and well-preserved Greek and Roman architecture sites beyond Italy.

You will enter Jerash via the massive South Gate and find yourself strolling around in an authentic Roman city. You will walk into the Oval Plaza encircled by colonnades and visit the Roman theatre and the mosaic-covered floors of Byzantine churches.

After you extensively visit Jerash, you will head to Ajloun castle, made in authentic Islamic military architecture and used by the armies of Saladin to protect the region against the crusaders.

End of the afternoon and transfer back to the hotel in Amman.

Options of hotels in Amman:

Visit Amman:

Amman is Jordan’s capital and largest city, and it is home to several interesting sights and attractions. Some of the top things to see and do in Amman include:

  1. Visit the Roman Theater, a well-preserved amphitheater dating back to the 2nd century AD.
  2. Explore the Citadel, a hilltop fortress that offers panoramic views of the city.
  3. Visit the Jordan Archaeological Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from various periods of Jordan’s history.
  4. Visit the King Abdullah Mosque, a beautiful mosque open to non-Muslims.
  5. Shop at the Souq Al-Asr, a vibrant outdoor market great place to find traditional crafts and souvenirs.
  6. Visit Rainbow Street, a lively pedestrian street with restaurants, cafes, and boutiques.
  7. Take a walk in the Raghadan Flagpole Park, an ample green space in the city’s heart.
  8. Visit the Royal Automobile Museum, which houses a collection of vintage cars worldwide.
  9. Try local cuisine at a traditional restaurant, such as falafel, shawarma, or mansaf, a dish made with lamb and yogurt.
  10. Take a day trip to nearby sites, such as Jerash, an ancient Roman city, or Petra, a world-famous archeological site.

Visit Jerash:

Jerash is an ancient Roman city located in northern Jordan, about 50 kilometers (30 miles) north of Amman’s capital. It is known for its well-preserved ruins, which include a theater, an amphitheater, temples, and colonnaded streets.

The city was founded in the late 3rd century BC and became an important center of trade and commerce in the region. It was later conquered by the Romans, who greatly expanded and developed the city, leaving a rich legacy of architectural and cultural treasures.

Today, Jerash is a popular tourist destination and is home to the Jerash Festival, an annual event that features traditional music, dance, and theater performances. Visitors to Jerash can explore the ruins on their own or take a guided tour to learn more about the city’s history and culture.

In addition to the ruins, Jerash is also home to many museums, including the Jerash Archaeological Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from the city’s long history. There are also several restaurants and shops in the city where you can try local food and buy souvenirs.

Visit Ajloun:

Ajloun is located in northern Jordan, about 80 kilometers (50 miles) north of Amman’s capital. It is known for its castle, the Ajloun Castle, which was built in the 12th century and is located on a hill overlooking the city.

The castle was built by the Ayyubid dynasty to defend against Crusader invasions, and it has a rich history that spans several centuries. It was later used as a military base by the Ottoman Turks, and it was partially destroyed during the Arab Revolt of 1916.

Today, the castle is a popular tourist attraction open to the public. Visitors can explore the castle’s various rooms and chambers, including the main hall, the kitchen, and the guard rooms, and learn more about its history through the exhibits and displays.

In addition to the castle, Ajloun is also home to several other attractions, including the Ajloun Forest Reserve, a nature reserve with hiking trails and picnicking areas, and the Ajloun Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from the region’s history. There are also several restaurants and shops in the city, where you can try local food and buy souvenirs.

Breakfast, Dinner
3-star hotels

After breakfast, you will start the 2nd day of your one-week tour, visiting the Jordan desert castles of Qaser Al Mushatta, Qaser Amra, and Qaser Al Azraq, all located in the Eastern Desert. The Romans were not discouraged by the desert climate and constructed a complex of fortresses along the boundaries of their new Arabic province.

Most of the desert castles of Jordan were made by the caliphs during the Umayyad era; some are ornamented with delicate mosaics, frescoes, stone and stucco carvings, and illustrations.

After your enjoyable Jordan desert castles tour, you will be taken to make a Dead Sea tour at the lowest point on earth with its shores at -423 meters below sea level. You can swim in Amman Beach, one of the few public beaches in Jordan, where you will experience an unusual floating feeling while giving your skin a quick mud treatment from the Dead Sea.

Dead Sea tours from Amman are typical, and you will see people enjoying their time in this fascinating place.

End of the afternoon and transfer back to the hotel in Amman.

Options of hotels in Amman:

Visit Qaser Al Mushatta, Qaser Amra and Qaser Al Azraq:

If you are planning to visit Qaser Al Mushatta, Qaser Amra, and Qaser Al Azraq, there are a few things to consider:

  1. Transportation: These castles are located in different parts of Jordan and are not easily accessible by public transportation. Our tour included all transportation with a professional driver and English-speaking guide to explain the castles.
  2. Accommodation: There are no hotels or other accommodations near these castles, so you will need to stay in a nearby city, such as Amman. Our tour included a hotel in Amman. So after visiting these places, you will be taken back to the capital.
  3. Timing: These castles are open to the public, but they have limited operating hours, typically from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. It’s a good idea to plan your visit accordingly to ensure you have enough time to explore the castles.
  4. Weather: Jordan has a hot, dry climate, and temperatures can be pretty high, especially in the summer months. It’s a good idea to bring plenty of water and to wear loose, lightweight clothing to stay cool and comfortable.
  5. Other attractions: In addition to the castles, there are several other attractions in the area, including museums, nature reserves, and cultural sites. It’s a good idea to plan your trip to include these other attractions to make the most of your visit.

Breakfast, Dinner
3-star hotels

After breakfast, you will depart from Amman on the King’s Highway, a trade route of crucial importance in the ancient Near East, connecting Africa with Mesopotamia.

You will reach Madaba, Jordan’s mosaic city, a captivating area to visit and an excellent base from which to explore northern Jordan on the way to Petra. Madaba is famous for the distinctive mosaic map of the Holy Land, located on Saint George’s church floor. Why not combine a tour in Jordan to explore the Holy Land?

Time to drive to Mount Nebo, where Moses was seen for the last time and where he looked over the Holy Land and the Dead Sea. Therefore historians consider this place as the burial place for Moses. Visit the Memorial Church of Moses and get ready to get back on the road. Interestingly and while in Nebo, if the sky is clear, you can see Jerusalem, Jericho, and Bethlehem on the other side of the Dead Sea.

Before reaching Petra, you will visit the magnificent crusader’s fortress of Kerak, one of the Levant’s largest castles. Kerak castle was built in 1140 and is an authentic Crusader fort and later converted into a Mamluk fortress. The Mamluk Empire ruled Egypt, the Levant, and the Hejaz from the mid-13th to earlier 16th centuries. It was governed by a military caste of mamluks headed by a sultan.

End of the afternoon and transfer to the hotel in Petra.

Included in our Jordan Petra tours are 2 consecutive nights on this fantastic site. This will give you a chance to have a tour of Petra from Amman, explore the whole complex, and extensively learn about one of the greatest sites in the world.

Options of hotels in Petra:

Visit Madaba:

Madaba is located in central Jordan, about 25 kilometers (15 miles) southwest of Amman’s capital. It is known for its rich history and cultural heritage and is home to several interesting sights and attractions.

Some of the top things to see and do in Madaba include:

  1. Visit the Church of St. George, home to the famous Madaba Map, a 6th-century mosaic map of the Holy Land.
  2. Explore the Madaba Archaeological Park, which contains some ancient ruins, including the Roman Theater and the Umayyad Palace.
  3. Visit the Madaba Mosaic School, which teaches the traditional art of mosaic-making and offers workshops for visitors.
  4. Visit the Madaba Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from the region’s history.
  5. Take a day trip to one of the nearby sites, such as Mount Nebo, the traditional site of the burial of Moses, or the ruins of the ancient city of Petra.
  6. Try local cuisine at a traditional restaurant, such as mansaf, a dish made with lamb and yogurt, or fattoush, a salad made with vegetables, herbs, and fried pieces of pita bread.
  7. Shop at the Madaba Souq, a vibrant outdoor market great place to find traditional crafts and souvenirs.
  8. Take a walk in the Al-Hussein Public Park, an ample green space in the city’s center.
  9. Visit the Madaba Art Gallery, which displays works by local artists.

Visit Mount Nebo:

Mount Nebo is a mountain located in central Jordan, about 10 kilometers (6 miles) southwest of the city of Madaba. It is known as the traditional site of the burial of Moses, and it is an important site for Christians, Jews, and Muslims.

The mountain is home to the Memorial of Moses, a Franciscan monastery with a small chapel with mosaics depicting the life of Moses. Visitors can also explore the ruins of an early Christian church and take in the panoramic views from the summit of the mountain.

Mount Nebo is a popular tourist destination and is open to the public. It is typically open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, with a small entrance fee.

In addition to the Memorial of Moses, Mount Nebo is also home to several other attractions, including the Mount Nebo Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from the region’s history, and the Mount Nebo Nature Reserve, a protected area with hiking trails and picnicking areas. There are also several restaurants and shops in the area, where you can try local food and buy souvenirs.

Visit Kerak:

Kerak is located in southern Jordan, about 160 kilometers (100 miles) south of Amman’s capital. It is known for its castle, the Kerak Castle, a well-preserved Crusader fortress that dates back to the 12th century.

The castle was built by the Crusader knights and was used as a military base and a place of refuge during times of conflict. It has a rich history that spans several centuries, and it is considered one of the best-preserved Crusader castles in the region.

Today, the castle is a popular tourist attraction open to the public. Visitors can explore the castle’s various rooms and chambers and learn more about its history through the exhibits and displays.

Visit Petra:

Petra is an ancient city located in southern Jordan, about 250 kilometers (155 miles) south of Amman’s capital. It is known for its well-preserved ruins, which include temples, tombs, and colonnaded streets, and it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Petra is one of Jordan’s most popular tourist destinations, and it is visited by thousands of tourists each year. To visit Petra, you must make your way to the city of Wadi Musa, the nearest town to Petra. You can take a taxi or a tour to Petra from Wadi Musa.

Once you arrive at Petra, you can explore the ruins on your own or take a guided tour to learn more about the city’s history and culture. Some of the top things to see and do in Petra include:

  1. Visit the Treasury, a well-known monument featured on the back of the Jordanian 10-dinar bill.
  2. Explore the Siq, a narrow gorge that leads to the heart of Petra.
  3. Visit the Royal Tombs, a series of impressive tombs carved into the rock.
  4. Walk through Colonnaded Street, a well-preserved ancient street lined with columns.
  5. Visit the Petra Archaeological Museum, which houses a collection of artifacts from the city’s long history.

Breakfast, Dinner

After breakfast, a full day is dedicated to visit Petra, the capital of the ancient Nabatean kingdom.

The lost city of Petra, entirely carved by man into the red sandstone stones, puts your creativity to trial.

It’s an enchanted and glorious place and an eternal tribute to a lost civilization. Petra was the center of the Spice Route of Nabateans. This originated from the Persian Gulf, Western Arabia, and the Red Sea.

Petra became the capital of the Nabatean Empire about two thousand years ago, and the city was so famous that one of its kings, Aretas IV, is actually cited in the Bible.

At Damascus, the governor under King Aretas was guarding the city of Damascus in order to seize me, but I was let down in a basket through a window in the wall and escaped his hands. (2 Corinthians 11:32-33 ESV)

 

You will enter Petra by passing the Siq, a profound and narrow canyon, at the end of which appears the most well-known monument in Petra: al-Khazneh or the Treasury. You will recognize it as the stage of the movie ‘Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade’s final sequence. But the Treasury is just the start. Walking and climbing in Petra, you will discover hundreds of buildings carved in stone and eroded through eternity.

End of the afternoon and transfer to the hotel in Petra.

Options of hotels in Petra:

Breakfast, Dinner

After Breakfast, you will be taken to visit Wadi Rum and experience a 2-hour Wadi Rum jeep tour into this timeless desert region, where you will be curbed to insignificance.

Wadi Rum is one of the most incredible deserts on the planet. Like Petra or the Dead Sea, the Wadi Rum desert is one of the world-famous sites of the Hashemite Kingdom. If you are wondering what to do in Jordan, Wadi Rum must necessarily be in your first ideas and included in our primary sites for a Jordan 7-day tour.

Tours in Wadi Rum offer stunning vistas, and the landscapes are very mixed with sand and unusual rock formations.

« Vast, Echoing and God-like » – Lawrence of Arabia

End of the afternoon and transfer back to the hotel in Amman.

Options of hotels in Amman:

2-hour Wadi Rum jeep tour:

Wadi Rum is a desert valley in southern Jordan, about 320 kilometers (200 miles) south of Amman’s capital. It is known for its rugged landscape, which is dotted with sandstone mountains, natural arches, and rock formations.

A 2-hour jeep tour of Wadi Rum is a great way to explore this unique and beautiful region. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to see some of the most famous sights in the area, such as the Lawrence Spring, the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, and the Khazali Canyon.

Jeep tours of Wadi Rum are typically led by local guides knowledgeable about the area and its history. They will take you on a scenic drive through the desert, stopping at various points along the way to allow you to take photos and learn more about the sights.

Tours of Wadi Rum are available year-round and can be booked through local tour operators or your hotel. It’s a good idea to bring plenty of water and to wear comfortable, lightweight clothing, as the desert can be hot and dry.

Breakfast, Dinner

Morning airport transfer and end of our services.

You can combine this Jordan tour, with a Palestine tour or even a Syria tour.

We can pick you up in Amman and take you on a 6-day Syria tour from Lebanon with Damascus, Palmyra, Aleppo, Krak des Chevaliers. Alternatively and also departing from Amman, you can make a 10 days travel in Palestine with Jerusalem, the West Bank, and the Sea of Galilee.

This is the end of your trip to Jordan in 7 days. Passing one week in Jordan is easy with our services and half-board Jordan tour packages.

RJ Travel experience:

We are glad to hear that you will have a great trip to Jordan and could take advantage of the services and tour packages available. Jordan is a beautiful and culturally rich country with a lot to offer, and there is so much to see and do in just one week.

We wish you will have the opportunity to visit some of the top attractions in Jordan, such as the ancient city of Petra, the Wadi Rum desert, and the castles of Kerak and Qaser Al Azraq. These are just a few of Jordan’s many unique places, and I’m sure you will have many beautiful memories of your trip.

We hope you will have a safe and enjoyable trip and will consider revisiting Jordan in the future or any of our other travel destinations. Thank you for using RJ travel services, and we hope to assist you again soon.

Breakfast

Travel to Jordan

On this 7-day Jordan itinerary, you will visit many famous places in the country by breaking through a possible classical tour route. Still, the highlights will be Jerash and the Dead Sea and the world-famous Ancient City of Petra.

Petra was established over 2000 years ago along the old trade routes between Arabia, Egypt, and the Mediterranean Sea. As a hub for commerce, Petra became rich and influential in the region. The busy city was lively, with parks full of vegetation and flowers, decorated houses, and markets packed with exotic goods from Egypt, Arabia, Central Asia, and India.

  • This is a private Jordan tour package.
  • You can combine this trip with our Lebanon tour packages, Palestine tour packages, or Saudi Arabia tour packages.
  • We were in Jordan preparing this trip for you. Our destination manager was in Jordan preparing this tour, so you can safely enjoy your holidays in Jordan. This way, we know what to expect and ensure the best service with reliable, updated information.

Highlights

  • Multi-day private tour in Jordan.
  • English-speaking guide.
  • Visit Petra, the amazing ancient Nabatean city.
  • Enjoy your time in the Dead Sea.
  • 3-star hotel package (with optional 4-star hotel upgrade possibility)
  • Half-board Jordan tour package with breakfast and dinner included.

Included

  • 7 days in Jordan.
  • Airport transfers.
  • Meet and greet assistance upon arrival and departure.
  • 4 nights in Amman with breakfast and dinner.
  • 2 nights in Petra with breakfast and dinner.
  • All transportation with A/C.
  • Entrance fees to all sites.
  • English-speaking guide.
  • 2 small bottles of water daily per person.

Not included

  • International flights.
  • Visa fee at the border.
  • Personal travel insurance.
  • All lunches.
  • Tips and other gratuities.
  • Drinks, personal expenses.
  • Optional activities or tours.
  • All not mentioned as “included”.
How to travel to Jordan

There are several ways to travel to Jordan, depending on your location and personal preferences. Here are a few options:

Fly: You can fly to Jordan’s capital city, Amman, from a variety of major airports around the world. The Queen Alia International Airport is Jordan’s main airport and is located about 30 kilometers south of Amman. Our tour included round-trip airport transfers.

Land border crossings: Jordan shares borders with several other countries, including Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Israel. If you are traveling from one of these countries, you may be able to enter Jordan via a land border crossing. You can start your trip pin any of these borders, and our local operators will pick you up at any time.

Boat: If you are coming from Egypt, you can take a ferry from Nuweiba to Aqaba, Jordan. This is a popular route for travelers who are visiting both countries.

No matter how you travel to Jordan, you must have a valid passport and possibly a visa, depending on your country of origin. It’s a good idea to check the requirements for entry into Jordan before leaving to ensure you have everything you need.

When to visit Jordan?

The best time to visit Jordan depends on what you want to do and see during your trip. Here are a few things to consider:

Weather: Jordan has a Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, wet winters. The hottest months are June, July, and August, with temperatures often reaching over 100°F (38°C). The coolest months are December, January, and February, with temperatures averaging around 60°F (15°C). If you want to avoid the heat, spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) are good times to visit, as the weather is more moderate.

How to get Jordan visa?

There are a few different types of visas available for travel to Jordan, and the specific type of visa you need will depend on the purpose and length of your trip. Here are the main types of visas available:

Tourist visa: A tourist visa is issued for stays of up to one month and is suitable for travelers visiting Jordan for leisure or tourism purposes. Tourist visas can be obtained upon arrival at the airport or at the land border crossings.

Multiple entry visa: A multiple entry visa allows you to enter and exit Jordan multiple times during the visa’s validity period. This type of visa is suitable for travelers who plan to visit Jordan several times over a more extended period of time or for those who will be traveling to other countries in the region.

Business visa: A business visa is issued for stays of up to three months and is suitable for travelers visiting Jordan for business or work purposes.

To apply for a visa to Jordan, you must complete an online application form and pay the required visa fee. You will also need to provide a copy of your passport, a recent photograph, and other supporting documents that may be required, such as a letter of invitation or a business letter. Once your application has been approved, you will be issued a visa, which you will need to present when you arrive in Jordan.

Which airlines fly to Jordan?

Several airlines offer flights to Jordan, including:

Royal Jordanian: This is the national airline of Jordan, and it offers flights to various destinations within the country, including Amman, Aqaba, and Irbid.

Turkish Airlines: This airline offers flights to Amman from several cities worldwide, including Istanbul, New York, and London.

Emirates: This airline offers flights to Amman from several cities in the Middle East, as well as from destinations in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

Qatar Airways: This airline offers flights to Amman from several cities in the Middle East, as well as from destinations in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

Etihad Airways: This airline offers flights to Amman from several cities in the Middle East, as well as from destinations in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.

EgyptAir: This airline offers flights to Amman from several cities in Egypt and other destinations in the Middle East.

Several other airlines offer flights to Jordan, depending on your departure city. It’s a good idea to check with a few airlines to see which offers the best route and price for your trip.

How many days to visit Jordan?

The amount of time you should spend in Jordan depends on your interests and the activities you want to do while you’re there. If you’re planning to visit popular tourist sites such as Petra, Wadi Rum, and the Dead Sea, you should plan to spend at least a week in Jordan. This will give you enough time to explore these areas and allow for some leisure time. Suppose you’re interested in spending more time in the country. In that case, you could easily spend two weeks or more exploring the many historical, cultural, and natural attractions that Jordan has to offer. Our Jordan 7-day itinerary gives you a chance to visit many of the most famous and important places in the country.

How much does a trip to Jordan cost?

Our Jordan tour package of 7 days has a base price of 1278 USD per person on a 2-person tour. If you’re a solo traveler, the trip will cost you 2064 USD for a private package. Overall, it isn’t easy to give an exact cost for travel to Jordan, depending on your circumstances and preferences. However, a rough estimate for a week-long trip to Jordan could be around $1,500 – $2,000 per person, including flights, accommodation, transportation, food, and activities. This is just a rough estimate, and the actual cost of your trip could be more or less depending on the factors mentioned above.

Is travel to Jordan safe?

Jordan is generally considered a safe country to visit. Still, like any destination, it’s always a good idea to be aware of your surroundings and to take basic precautions to ensure the safety of yourself and your belongings. The U.S. Department of State advises tourists to exercise caution and stay alert in crowded areas, such as markets and areas with heavy pedestrian or vehicular traffic. It’s also a good idea to avoid areas near the Syrian and Iraqi borders. If you are planning to visit Jordan, it’s a good idea to check the most up-to-date information and recommendations on travel. You can also contact the embassy of Jordan in your home country for more information.

How to travel to Jordan from UK?

There are several ways to travel from the UK to Jordan:

By air: Several airlines operate flights from the UK to Jordan, including British Airways, Royal Jordanian, and Turkish Airlines. The flight from London to Amman, the capital of Jordan, takes about 5 hours.

By land: It is possible to travel to Jordan by land from the UK, but it can be a long and arduous journey. You will need to travel by ferry from the UK to continental Europe and then through several other countries by bus or train before reaching Jordan.

To enter Jordan, you will need a valid passport with at least six months of remaining validity, and you will also need to obtain a visa in advance of your trip. There are several ways to do this, including applying for a visa at the embassy of Jordan in the UK, applying for an e-visa online through the Jordan Tourism Board’s website, or obtaining a visa upon arrival at the airport in Jordan. It’s a good idea to check the embassy of Jordan in the UK or the Jordan Tourism Board’s website for the most up-to-date information on visa requirements.

What are travel to Jordan requirements?

To enter Jordan, you will need a valid passport with at least six months of remaining validity. You will also need to obtain a visa in advance of your trip. There are several ways to do this:

You can apply for a visa at the embassy of Jordan in your home country.
You can apply for an e-visa through the Jordan Tourism Board’s website.
You can obtain a visa upon arrival at the airport in Jordan.
In addition to a valid passport and visa, you may also need to provide proof of sufficient funds to cover your stay in Jordan and a return or onward ticket. It’s a good idea to check the embassy of Jordan in your home country or the Jordan Tourism Board’s website for the most up-to-date information on visa requirements.

It’s also worth noting that if you are planning to visit Jordan as part of a tour group, your tour operator may be able to assist you with obtaining the necessary visas and documents.

What is tht list of countries allowed to travel to Jordan?

Citizens of certain countries can enter Jordan without a visa for stays of up to two weeks. These countries include:

Albania
Andorra
Australia
Austria
Bahrain
Belarus
Belgium
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Canada
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Holy See (Vatican City State)
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Kosovo
Kuwait
Latvia
Lebanon
Liechtenstein
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Moldova
Monaco
Montenegro
Netherlands
North Macedonia
Norway
Oman
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Romania
San Marino
Saudi Arabia
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Tunisia
Turkey
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States

Citizens of other countries may be required to obtain a visa before their trip. It’s a good idea to check the embassy of Jordan in your home country or the Jordan Tourism Board’s website for the most up-to-date information on visa requirements.

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7-day travel to Jordan – classic tour Petra, Wadi Rum, Dead Sea, desert Castles
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Trip Facts

  • Amman
  • Amman
  • 3-star hotels or 4-star upgrade
  • Included
  • SUV or car with A/C
  • Meet and great and the airport
  • Included
  • Breakfast and dinner
  • Jerash, Ajloun, Qaser Al Mushatta, Qaser Amra, Qaser Al Azraq, Dead Sea, Madaba, Mount Nebo, Kerak, Petra, Wadi Rum, Amman
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