We are looking for suggestions for an 11 day itinerary of Jordan (2 adults and 2 kids aged 9 and 8). We fly into Amman on 1 December at 2:00pm and fly out of Amman on 12 December at noon. I understand getting a Jordan Pass (includes visa and 40 sites incl Petra) is the way to go for the adults. I also understand that kids under 12 get into all sites for free but we will have to get them a visa on arrival at 40 JOD???
In terms of the itinerary, we would like to at least fit in the main…
My husband and I will be in Jordan for 9 days in January and we're trying to fit as much as possible into this short time. We are planning to drive ourselves with a rental.
We arrive in Amman at 4:15am on January 14 and our plan is to pick up rental car and drive to Madaba
Spend 2 nights in Madaba (spending one day in Amman during that time)
We'll be going to Mount Nebo, Bethany, and the Dead Sea before heading to Petra
2 nights near Petra, then leave for Wadi Rum in afternoon
Wadi Rum for…
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Jordan has been at the top of my list for a while now and as I recently quit my job and have a bit of spare time, i thought now would be the perfect time to visit. I'm not a "seasoned" traveler, due to previous work commitments most of my travels in the past have been long weekends or week trips so I haven't had much experience traveling within countries (usually just visit one city at the time).
I would like to see and visit as much as i can whilst…
We are flying to Egypt from Amman returning a week later then trying to proceed directly to Israel via roadway. We were wondering if there is a cheaper alternative to the multiple entry visa, such as a 24hour transit visa for our second entry. We were going to buy the Jordan pass for our first part of the journey. Thanks.
I was wondering if there are public transportation options from Petra directly to the international airport or do we need to go through Amman? If so how often do they run and how much does it cost?
Thanks so much!!
Hi hi everyone,
I will be traveling to Jordan with my partner and am wondering if anyone knows how hard it is for an Ethiopian to get a visa? I am Australian, so will not have many problems, but I can't find much information on the visa application process for Ethiopians or even for Africans who require visas.
I want to do a 3-days- hiking tour in Wadi Rum and looking for Hiking Buddies between the 17th and the 23rd of september to share a tour. Since I am travelling alone it would be awesome to hike together and it would be cheaper as well.
I am quite flexible about the dates, so please just text me :)
I will be doing a solo trip in Jordan from 11/18/16-11/26/16 and am having trouble finding transportation to the Mujib Chalets from Wadi Rum. Hiring a car will be very hard/too expensive since I am only 20 years old so I will be relying on public transportation for my entire trip.
Is taxi the only way to get to the chalets? If so, price estimate from Wadi Rum to the chalets? And price from the chalets to the airport (AMM)?
Thanks in advance!
I am visiting Jordan for 2 days then planning on crossing the king hussien crossing into Israel and then to return to Jordan 8 days later via this same crossing.
I am right in believing I will recieve a single entry visa on arrival to Queen Alia Airport and be able to cross into Israel and return using this? And then fly out of Queen Alia. Or do I need multi entry visa?
I am a uk passport holder. Thanks