Absolutely. Jordan has a very low crime rate, and given that tourism is the main source of income for Jordan, security is excellent at all hotels and tourist sites.

Yes, it certainly is! Jordan has become one of the most popular choices for a family vacation in the Near East, as it boasts family-friendly hotels, resorts, sites and attractions for children of all ages.

Jordan issues a single entry visa to most travellers upon their arrival at the airport or at one of the shared crossing points with Israel, that is of course in case your nationality does not require a pre-issued visa and you plan to stay in Jordan for a minimum of 48 hours. To check if you need a pre-arranged visa or not

Arabic is the official language. English is widely spoken throughout the kingdom. Most road signs are in English.

In the first half of the year, the peak season usually starts in mid February and continues till the end of May. It starts again in September and continues till the end of November. These are the times where the weather is at its best, but it is worth noting that weather patterns are inconsistent, so it is possible to have perfect weather throughout the year, as most regions record less than 30 days of rain per year. The summer is hot, but nowhere as hot as the gulf countries, so is bearable.

Targeted at the independent traveler, the Jordan Pass gives you access to over 40 main tourist sites – yes, including Petra – and will help save you money, especially if you’re staying for a minimum of 3 nights in Jordan.

There are a large number of banks and exchange offices that can change cash and travelers’ checks in Jordan. Moreover, many touristic shops, restaurants, and bars will actually accept dollars or Euros at rates that are relatively close to the official ones. Makes sure you know the current exchange rate of dollars or Euros to Jordanian dinar.

Jordan has a long and pleasant spring and fall, from March through May and from September through November. Rain occasionally falls from December to April. The summer months are hot but with little humidity. In the Jordan Valley, around the Dead Sea and in Aqaba on the Red Sea the winters are pleasant.

Please visit this link for more info abou the weather in Jordan: https://www.arabiaweather.com/en/weather-forecast/amman/1797/jo

The weekend in Jordan is Fridays & Saturdays, but not all businesses are closed; only government offices and banks close on these two days, while most shops are open on Saturdays.

Without a doubt. Alcohol is readily available in tourist restaurants, at most 4-5 star hotels, and at bars. You can also buy alcohol at licensed liquor stores (which are readily found in Amman and Aqaba, and less so in other towns). We have two award-winning wine brands as well as three local beer brands.
It is acceptable to drink alcohol in Jordan as long as you respect the local people, customs and laws. Bear in mind that it is illegal in Jordan to drink in the street. Most camps in Wadi Rum are dry, but some will allow you to bring your own drinks.

Most sites open from 08:00 until 17:00 during summer time and from 08:00 until 16:00 during winter time, noting that these sites close earlier during Ramadan. On the other hand, Petra is open all year long from 6:00 till 18:00.

The answer depends on what sites you are planning to visit, and which activities you are most interested in. Most visitors opt for around a week to ten days, which you can easily fill with exciting activities and interesting experiences. There really is a lot to see and do in Jordan.
From our part, we will make sure to employ your time efficiently by avoiding unnecessary long travel and to allow you to see original and interesting sites and indulge in activities that you will treasure for a long time.

Unfortunately, participants must be at least 18 years old to hike in Wadi Mujib.

Queen Alia International Airport is located 32km away from Amman’s city center. Most hotels are located on the western side of Amman. It‘s a 40-minute drive to your hotel, that is in the case of normal traffic.


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