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Jordan Pass

The Jordan Pass includes entry to 40 sites as well as a visitor visa to Jordan. In addition to Petra, it includes access to other World Heritage Sites in Jordan including Wadi Rum, and Qasr Amra. It also includes entry to the Amman Citadel and the Roman Theatre in Amman. Visitors can also visit Kerak Castle, Shobak Castle, and Aqaba Castle.

Jordan Pass: How does it Work

The Jordan pass can be bought before arriving into Jordan and on arrival, the Pass waives the JD40 Visa fees and also provides entrance to 40 attractions and sites in Jordan. It is a QR code that can be scanned from your phone but can also be printed out.

Jordan Pass Prices

There are three pass options depending on how many days you want to spend in Petra

1 Day in Petra – Jordan Wanderer

Cost: 70 JD – (99 USD)

  • 1 day visit to Petra
  • Free entry to over 40 attractions in Jordan.
  • Free downloadable digital brochures.
  • Waiving of tourist entry visa fees if you purchase the Jordan Pass before arrival to Jordan and stay a minimum of three nights (4 days).

2 Days in Petra – Jordan Explorer

75 JD – (106 USD)

  • 2 consecutive visit days to Petra
  • Free entry to over 40 attractions in Jordan.
  • Free downloadable digital brochures.
  • Waiving of tourist entry visa fees if you purchase the Jordan Pass before arrival to Jordan and stay a minimum of three nights (4 days).

3 Days in Petra – Jordan Expert

80 JD – (113 USD)

  • 3 consecutive visit days to Petra
  • Free entry to over 40 attractions in Jordan.
  • Free downloadable digital brochures.
  • Waiving of tourist entry visa fees if you purchase the Jordan Pass before arrival to Jordan and stay a minimum of three nights (4 days).

It is a good idea to print one just in case.

Jordan Pass: Included Attractions

  • Petra (1, 2 or 3 day pass UNESCO Site)
  • Jerash
  • Wadi Rum (UNESCO Site)
  • Amman Citadel
  • Amman Roman Theatre
  • Karak Castle
  • Ajloun Castle
  • Shobak Castle
  • Aqaba Bastle
  • Umm Qais
  • Umm Qaya Museum
  • Amm Al-Rases (UNESCO Site)
  • Madaba Archaeological Park
  • Church of the Apostles
  • Qasr Al-Azraq
  • Qasr Al-Kharranah
  • Qasr Amra (UNESCO Site)
  • Qasr Al-Mushatta
  • Qasr- Hallam Al-Sarh
  • Pella
  • AlHallabat
  • Umm al-Jimmal
  • Al-Hamimah
  • Amman Museum of Popular Traditions
  • Jordan Archaeological Museum
  • Karak Museum
  • Aqaba Museum
  • Madaba Archaeological Museum
  • As-Salt Museum
  • St. Elijah’s Hill (Tal Mar Elias)
  • Irbid Dar Al-Saraya Museum
  • Iraq Al-Amir
  • As-Salt Historical Museum
  • Madaba Burnt Palace
  • Lowest Place on Earth Museum
  • Rehab / Al Mafraq

What is not included

Sites not listed above include the Baptism Site (Bethany Beyond the Jordan). It can be added for JD8 to your Jordan Pass. Regular Admission is JD12.

Visa on Arrival to Jordan

One-month tourist visas can be bought for 40JD on arrival to Jordan by citizens of many countries. If you want to know if your nationality allows for a visa on arrival to Jordan, the following countries are allowed (please consult the official Jordan government website as well as information can change)

Jordan Pass FAQ

Is the Jordan Pass a Visa?

No, Jordan pass is not a visa, it only waives the visa fees if you stay a minimum of 3 whole nights (4 days) in Jordan? If you leave earlier than 3 nights (customs officials can tell how long you stayed based on your entry stamp date) you will be charged the entry visa fee of JD40 upon departure.

Can I visit sites more than once with the Jordan Pass.

No. The pass provides one single entry (except for Petra when you purchase a multi-day Jordan Pass)

Should I buy my child a Jordan Pass?

That depends on their age. Children under 12 visit sites for free so it does not make sense to buy them one. If you have children over 12 then yes, buy them a pass.

How long can I use the Jordan Pass for?

Once activated and used at the first tourist site you enter, the Pass is valid for 14 days and then it will expire.

Is Petra by Night included in the Jordan Pass?

No. Petra by Night requires a seperate ticket that much be bought from the Petra Visitors center.

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