The Jordan Pass is the prepaid access and the integrated ticket that combines the Jordanian touristic visa fee and the entry to 36 top sites and attractions across the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
The Jordanian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities initiated this brilliant bundle/package in 2015 in order to simplify the entry procedures, avoid the visa fees, as it’s the simplest, easiest, and hassle-free solution of traveling around Jordanian cities while saving time, effort and money.
The more sites a traveler visit, the more it’s worth it.
- The Jordan Pass is non-refundable and non-exchangeable, and non-transferable
- The Jordan Pass does not give admission to temporary exhibitions or guided visits, or to any attractions when they are closed.
- The Jordan Pass is valid for use within 12 months following date of purchase. Once activated it will expire within 2 weeks.
- Children under the age of 12 can enter the attractions for free when accompanied by their parents.
Jordan pass categories
It’s is available regardless the number of accommodation (overnights) in Jordan, whereas the tourist entry visa fees exemption is valid only when staying a minimum of three nights (4 days) in Jordan. Buying the Pass after arrival to Jordan does not allow the pass holder to benefit from the entry visa exemption.
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Jordan Pass attractions:
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-Al Humaimah-Museum of Popular Traditions/ammanJordan 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- Museum of the Lowest Place on Earth- Aqaba Castle -Rehab/Al Mafrak.
There are 3 scenarios for the Pass packages:
- The Jordan Wanderer – Price: 70 JOD (£80/$98USD), 1-day entry for Petra
- Jordan Explorer – Price: 75 JOD (£85/$105USD), 2 consecutive days entry for Petra
- Jordan Expert – Price: 80 JOD (£91/$112USD), 3 consecutive days entry for Petra
The Jordan pass, is a PDF document that can be print off and/or keep on phones. It includes the traveler’s personal details and a QR code that is scanned on arrival to Jordan and at all the attractions.
The Jordan Pass includes a digital brochures and maps.
How to purchase?
Unlike the Jordan tourist entry visa, it is unfortunately not possible to purchase the Jordan Pass upon arrival at the airport.
To obtain a valid Jordan Pass, the traveler should fill out an online application form which is explicit and clear to complete consisting of the payment method.
The Jordan Pass is non-refundable , non-exchangeable, and non-transferable ticket; thus, it doesn’t give admission to temporary exhibitions or guided visits, or to any attractions when they are closed, The Jordan Pass is valid for use within 12 months following date of purchase. Once activated it will expire within 2 weeks, children under the age of 12 can enter the attractions for free when accompanied by their parents
- Solo & independent traveler/s who are eligible for a Jordan Visa
- Valid passport for at least 6 months
- Valid email address
- Effective debit card for online payment
Arabic Nationalities &the Jordan Pass
- Arabic nationalities pay attractions and sites fees like Jordanians, so the Jordan pass will not be useful
- The Jordan Pass is not available for the Restricted nationalities.
Jordan Pass is not available for the following Nationalities:
|Comoro Islands||Congo Brazzaville|
|Central African Republic||Ethiopia|
|Eswatini||Federal States of Micronesia|
|Guinea -Bissau||Ivory Coast|
|Philippines||Papua New Guinea|
|Swaziland||The Republic of Congo|
|The Democratic Republic of Congo||Uganda|
You can buy the Jordan pass from the official website of Jordan Pass.