All foreign visitors to Jordan need to get a visa. Whether you can get the visa upon arrival or need to contact the embassy, depends on your nationality.
The Dead Sea is a salt lake known as the lowest point on earth. You’ll get an unforgettable floating experience, mud mask, and much more. Here’s all you need to know to plan your trip.
Madaba is the world famous city of mosaics in Jordan. Here’s all you need to know about sightseeing in Madaba, how to get there and much more.
Amman is Jordan’s vibrant capital and a must-see when in the country. Learn more on sightseeing, activities and food in Amman and how to get around in the city.
Entrance Fees to Jordan’s sights and museums for non-Jordanian visitors. Overview of the standard fees for all major sites and information on what is included in the Jordan Pass.
Overview of the opening hours of Jordan’s most famous sights and museums across the country. Information on opening hours for spring, summer, winter and Ramadan.
From Jordanian food to international cuisine: Jordan has a wide range of restaurants, bars and cafés for every palate. These are our recommendations across the country.
Jordan is a small country with different climate zones. Read all about the best time to visit Jordan, depending on region, weather and travel purpose.
From deep green hills in the north, unique nature reserves, hiking on the trails of ancient Petra to climbing a mountain in the desert – Jordan’s landscapes are a true heaven for hikers.
Camel riding is available in multiple locations across Jordan. While camels make a great photo motive in Petra, the Wadi Rum desert is the best place for camel trekking.