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When deciding where to spend your vacation, you will almost certainly have a list of questions to ask to assess whether or not it is worthwhile to visit.

And the first thing that springs to mind when thinking of visiting Jordan is surely (Petra or Wadi Rum). While these two destinations are among the most popular, you will have many more queries.

This article will assist you in addressing the top asked questions about Jordan.

1- Top Asked Questions: Is Jordan safe?

One of the top asked questions about Jordan is safety!
Absolutely Yes! You will undoubtedly enjoy the safest holiday because of the low crime rate and the stable political scenario.

Every hotel and tourist attraction has great security. If you like to go for a walk during your stay, don’t worry because the streets are safe enough for a night or day stroll.

2 – Top Asked Questions: Do I need a visa to visit Jordan?

While some nations just require a visa upon arrival and others require an application in advance, two primary factors—your nationality and the manner in which you enter the country—play a significant impact in how to receive a visa.

You are qualified for a visa on arrival if you are a citizen of the US, Canada, European Union (EU), GCC countries, United Kingdom, or Australia. Before traveling to Jordan, you can check the list released by the Jordan Ministry of Tourism to see if your nation has any visa requirements.

3- What’s the best time to visit Jordan?

This country has a variety of climate zones, such as the north, which has a Mediterranean climate with cold winters with snow on high altitudes and a hot summer with some cold nights, and the south, which has a desert environment with very scorching days in summer and mild winters.

Wadi Rum, Jordan

However, keep in mind that there are occasional cold nights in the desert. Having said that, the best months to visit Jordan are February and May, followed by September and November.

Plan your visit to this heartwarming country with our well planned destinations and book your ticket to your favorite spot.

4- Do women have to wear Hijab when visiting Jordan?

Without a doubt, no. Jordan is a very liberal country that supports women’s freedom to wear whatever they want to.  You’ll encounter both women wearing hijab and others not and all by their choice. At the end of the day freedom of choice is what matter. 

5- Top Asked Questions: What is Jordan best known for?

 Jordan is a country with a diverse cultural landscape. When you visit Jordan, you will be amazed at how each region has its distinct traditions. When it comes to food, this country is recognized for its most famous dish, “Mansaf,” which you should absolutely taste when visiting the country.

Dead sea, Jordan

Petra, one of the seven wonders of the world, is the most famous tourist attraction. Petra is not the only famous site; you may also visit Aqaba, Wadi Rum, The Dead Sea, and many more historical sites, as well as participate in amazing activities.

Diving in Aqaba, Jordan

Plan your perfect Aqaba vacation with us, book your seat now and enjoy your time to fullest. 

6- Top Asked Questions: What’s the currency used in Jordan?

Jordan’s currency is Jordanian Dinar (JD) , and 1JD equals 1.14 USD .

 Jordanian Dinar

7- Top Asked Questions: Is Jordan considered cheap?

According to the Economist Intelligent Unit’s global cost of living evaluation, which includes 133 countries, Amman was ranked 29th as the world’s most expensive city. However, food is not regarded pricey in comparison to neighboring countries. Hotel reservations typically cost around $60 USD.

8- Top Asked Questions: Are people in Jordan friendly?

The Jordanian People are the kindest. They provide excellent hospitality to tourists and other visitors and ensure that they have a positive experience. In our article, you can read more about Jordanians’ hospitality.

 Jordanian man with a tourist, Wadi Rum – Jordan

9- Top Asked Questions: Is English a well-known language in Jordan?

You’ll have no trouble communicating with Jordanian people. Most individuals in Amman can start a discussion with you if you inquire about a place or a direction because the majority of them speak quite decent English.

10- Top Asked Questions: What’s the capital of Jordan?

Amman serves as both the country’s capital and the center of its economy, politics, and culture. It’s a peaceful old city. It has a lengthy history dating back to the time when it was known as Philadelphia in Romanian Era. If this is your first visit to Jordan and want to know more about where to visit, we advise you to read our Top 5 attractions in Amman blog to know more about this colorful city.

 Capital of Jordan, Amman

11- Top Asked Questions: Is Amman the capital of Jordan experiencing a suffocating traffic jam?

Traffic jams are fairly common in Amman. Especially on weekdays from Sunday to Thursday while people are at work. The busiest times are from 7:30 am to 10 am and from 3 pm to 6 pm. These times correspond to when people enter and exit their workplaces.

12- Top Asked Questions: What is the food like?

In Jordan, eating is a culture unto itself. In Amman and neighboring places, there are restaurants nearly everywhere. The variety of flavors in Jordanian cuisine is what makes it so well-liked. You can locate food that you like and discover new foods that you like. The majority of the dishes involve rice, bread, vegetables, meat, and herbs. You’ll never get tired of making food decisions!

Daily dining table

In this article , we have included the most famous dishes in Jordan, learn more about their ingredients and make sure to add them to your list when visiting the country.

Now that you have a clear answer about the Top Asked Questions, why don’t you start planning your visit to this welcoming country and book one or more of our great tour starting from Amman to Aqaba? Book Your Tour now

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