English Danish Dutch French German Italian Russian Swedish

You can add the FAQ module bellow this line:

The "Jordan Pass" Ticket to Jordan , Saves more money & more time for Long Jordan Tours Packages

ALL ABOUT "THE JORDAN PASS"

Very Important point to save money, time and efforts (THE JORDAN PASS) : 
The Jordan pass is the ultimate sightseeing package that has been especially tailor-made for visitors to the country. It gives pass holders the ability to make the most out of their trip visiting top sights and attractions whilst saving time, money and efforts.

1-What is Jordan Pass website? : - Please visit (http://jordanpass.jo/)

2-What is JORDAN PASS? - Please visit (http://jordanpass.jo/Contents/What_is_Jordan_Pass.aspx)
3-WHAT IS JORDAN PASS?  - Please visit (http://jordanpass.jo/Contents/How_it_Works.aspx )
4-INCLUDED ATTRACTIONS: - Please visit (http://jordanpass.jo/Contents/Jordan_Attractions.aspx)
5- PRICE & HOW TO PURCHASE : (http://jordanpass.jo/Contents/Prices.aspx)


*Please note that if you purchase your "Jordan Pass Ticket" we will deduct/save the entrance fees/tickets & you will deduct/save  the Visa fees !, Please note that you will save and deduct the followings: 
1- The Visa Entry Fees is 40 JD / $ 57 USD
-The Entrance fees and cost are available on Jordan Toursim Board Website (JTB) , and you can save/deduct theses fees by yourselves/yourself if you would like to book any of our packages:   (http://international.visitjordan.com/generalinformation/justthefacts/entrancefees.aspx)  

 

THE JORDAN PASS

The Jordan pass is the ultimate sightseeing package that has been especially tailor-made for visitors to the country. It gives pass holders the ability to make the most out of their trip visiting top sights and attractions whilst saving time, money and efforts. 

WHAT IS JORDAN PASS?

The Jordan Pass is the ultimate sightseeing package that has been especially tailor-made for visitors to the beautiful Kingdom of Jordan. It gives pass holders the ability to make the most out of their trip visiting top sights and attractions while saving time, money and efforts.

Hassle-free prepaid entry to over 40 attractions in Jordan.

Free downloadable digital brochures covering all of Jordan’s tourist attractions.

Waiving of tourist entry visa fees if you purchase the Jordan Pass before arrival to Jordan and stay a minimum of three nights.

HOW IT WORKS?

Once you’ve bought a Jordan Pass you’ve already basically prepaid for over 40 attractions. Simply show your ticket at the entrance of any attraction covered by the Pass where it’ll be scanned by our special readers. It’s really that simple!

The Jordan Pass is valid for use within 12 months following date of purchase. But it will automatically expire after 2 weeks of the first time it is scanned in the first touristic attraction.

Saves you time, money and efforts.

With a few simple steps you can gain access to more than 40 attractions in Jordan:

1-Choose the package that suits you

The Jordan pass comes in 3 categories to suit all kinds of visits. Choose your preferred Jordan Pass package out of the three available options.

2-Pay Safely and Securely

Buy the Jordan Pass from the comfort of your home, office or on the go and get your pass by Email.

3-Show your Jordan pass

Show your Jordan pass at any of the listed attractions, Make great savings on attraction ticket costs.

4-Enjoy the many attractions in Jordan

From UNESCO World Heritage sites to Museums, Castles and more...

INCLUDED ATTRACTIONS

The Jordan Pass is an outstanding way to explore Jordan. Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites, Museums, Castles and more. these are : 

Petra

Jerash

Wadi Rum

Amman Citadel

Ajloun Castle

Umm Qays

Qasr Al-Azraq

Quseir Amra

Karak Castle

Pella

AlHallabat

Umm Ar-Rasas

Umm Qays Museum

Umm al-Jimmal

Shobak Castle

Mukawir / Machaerus

Museum of Popular

Traditions - Amman

Jordan Archaeological Museum

Aqaba Museum

Madaba Archaeological Museum

As-Salt Museum

St. Elijah's Hill

(Tal Mar Elias)

Dar Al-Saraya Museum - Irbid

Karak Museum

Iraq Al-Amir

Qasr Al-Kharranah

Roman Theatre Amman

Qasr Al-Mushatta

Qasr Hammam Al-Sarh

As-Salt Historical Museum

Madaba Archaeological Park

Church of the Apostles

Burnt Palace - Madaba

Lowest Point on Earth Museum

Aqaba Castle

Rehab / Al-Mafraq

Al-Hamimah

PACKAGES

Discover more & pay less

The Jordan pass comes in three categories to suit all kinds of visits. The package you choose depends on the number of days you wish to spend exploring Petra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that encompasses a breathtaking landscape of pink-hued rock mountain carved into the rock more than 2,000 years ago.  

Please click here to know more about the available packages & purchase :  http://jordanpass.jo/Contents/Prices.aspx 



What Should female travelers wear in Jordan ?

WHAT TO WEAR WHEN TRAVELING TO JORDAN

You’ve been counting down the days until you embark on your epic Jordan tour. The time has finally arrived that many dread…it’s time to pack. You are only visiting for a week and you want to maximize your packing space.  We hear you; it’s not an easy task.  The question rolling around in your head is, “What is appropriate to wear in an Islamic, Middle Eastern country?”
 
Not to fear, we have some tips for you.
 
Guidelines to keep in mind:
While Jordan is a progressive Muslim country, it is still conservative at heart.  The general rule of thumb, for women, is the less skin showing the less attention you will draw to yourself (it really is for your benefit). Tightness, on the other hand, is not as much of a faux pas as showing skin in this culture.
Also consider the nature of your travel.  While its not extreme adventure tourism, you will be doing quite a lot of walking, hiking and possibly some climbing depending on your itinerary and daring spirit.  Other possible scenarios include mounting and dismounting camels or donkeys, sleeping in goat hair tents, and getting your hands dirty as you harvest olives or tomatoes alongside locals.
Guidelines to keep in mind:
While Jordan is a progressive Muslim country, it is still conservative at heart.  The general rule of thumb, for women, is the less skin showing the less attention you will draw to yourself (it really is for your benefit). Tightness, on the other hand, is not as much of a faux pas as showing skin in this culture.
Also consider the nature of your travel.  While its not extreme adventure tourism, you will be doing quite a lot of walking, hiking and possibly some climbing depending on your itinerary and daring spirit.  Other possible scenarios include mounting and dismounting camels or donkeys, sleeping in goat hair tents, and getting your hands dirty as you harvest olives or tomatoes alongside locals.
 
Tips for women:
 
Jordanian women dress very fashionably in urban parts of the country.  It is common to see covered women wearing tight skirts and dresses over leggings.  By contrast, in small villages or conservative areas, many women wear a long coat called a jilbab, which covers any hint of their figure.  Depending on where I am going, I aim for somewhere in between these two.
 
Pack a few thin cotton long-sleeve shirts.  I also love cardigans.  They are a great conservative option.  It’s ok for tourists to wear short-sleeves, but personally, I always feel more comfortable covering most of my arms and it shows respect for the local culture.
 
 
 
Avoid shirts that reveal too much of your chest or back.  Cleavage is a big no-no here.  Tuck a scarf in your purse or backpack in case you end up in a more conservative area of town and want to throw it around your shoulders. If you plan on entering a mosque at anytime during your stay a scarf may come in handy as you might want to cover your head.
 
 
 
As mentioned above, it is always best to opt for long pants.  In the hot summer months go for a thin cotton blend instead of jeans.
 
If your itinerary includes a beach you’ll want to bring a swimsuit.  At a resort anything goes, but at a public beach you may want to choose a modest suit.  The more skin showing the more looks you will get, in which case some women may be more comfortable wearing a t-shirt and shorts over their suit. Local ladies who swim will be fully covered.
You’ve been counting down the days until you embark on your epic Jordan tour. The time has finally arrived that many dread…it’s time to pack. You are only visiting for a week and you want to maximize your packing space.  We hear you; it’s not an easy task.  The question rolling around in your head is, “What is appropriate to wear in an Islamic, Middle Eastern country?”
 
Recommended clothing:
Lightweight cottons and linens are advised during the summer between May and September while travelling to Jordan. Warm clothes are necessary for winter and cool summer evenings. Rainwear may be needed from November to April. It is important to remember that Jordan is primarily a Muslim country, albeit not a very conservative one. Revealing clothing is not appropriate outside tourist towns and conservative clothing is advisable for both men and women in downtown Amman and in rural areas. Evenings can be cool in summer, so a sweater or a shawl is advisable. Make sure you bring with you comfortable walking shoes, a hat and sun block.
 
Not to fear, we have some tips for you.
 
Guidelines to keep in mind:
While Jordan is a progressive Muslim country, it is still conservative at heart.  The general rule of thumb, for women, is the less skin showing the less attention you will draw to yourself (it really is for your benefit). Tightness, on the other hand, is not as much of a faux pas as showing skin in this culture.
Also consider the nature of your travel.  While its not extreme adventure tourism, you will be doing quite a lot of walking, hiking and possibly some climbing depending on your itinerary and daring spirit.  Other possible scenarios include mounting and dismounting camels or donkeys, sleeping in goat hair tents, and getting your hands dirty as you harvest olives or tomatoes alongside locals.
 
Tips for women:
Jordanian women dress very fashionably in urban parts of the country.  It is common to see covered women wearing tight skirts and dresses over leggings.  By contrast, in small villages or conservative areas, many women wear a long coat called a jilbab, which covers any hint of their figure.  Depending on where I am going, I aim for somewhere in between these two.
Pack a few thin cotton long-sleeve shirts.  I also love cardigans.  They are a great conservative option.  It’s ok for tourists to wear short-sleeves, but personally, I always feel more comfortable covering most of my arms and it shows respect for the local culture.
Avoid shirts that reveal too much of your chest or back.  Cleavage is a big no-no here.  Tuck a scarf in your purse or backpack in case you end up in a more conservative area of town and want to throw it around your shoulders. If you plan on entering a mosque at anytime during your stay a scarf may come in handy as you might want to cover your head.
As mentioned above, it is always best to opt for long pants.  In the hot summer months go for a thin cotton blend instead of jeans.
If your itinerary includes a beach you’ll want to bring a swimsuit.  At a resort anything goes, but at a public beach you may want to choose a modest suit.  The more skin showing the more looks you will get, in which case some women may be more comfortable wearing a t-shirt and shorts over their suit. Local ladies who swim will be fully covered.
 
 
Tips for men:
It’s a little less tricky for you.  T-shirts and a couple pairs of long pants should be just fine.  In the recent years young men and boys have begun to wear shorts, however most men still wear long pants. Depending on the time of year you may want to throw in a hat to keep the sun away, or just buy a traditional Bedouin head scarf when you arrive.
 
 
Both ladies & gentlemen:
 
 
It’s a great idea to pack layers. During the fall and winter seasons it can go from hot to cold in an instant if you find yourself in the shade as well as in the evenings.
Bring a good pair of walking shoes if not two.  The streets of Jordan are dustier and slightly dirtier than you are probably used to.  In addition, you will be off the asphalt path in most of the places you are walking.  In the spring and summer months, many tourists like to walk around in open toed shoes or sandals like Chacos, however, my choice would always be something closed toed.
Lastly, don’t stress.  If you follow these guidelines and tips you will not only feel comfortable, you may even fit in (I get mistaken for a Jordanian all the time, which makes me happy because one of my personal pet-peeves is looking like a tourist.)
What can be configured?

Some but not all 

How is Jordan ?

Jordan is safe ... 

How can we book ?

Simple 

Go to top