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|Number of entries
|1, 2 or more
|Length of stay
|Up to 30 days
|From 52 €
For a trip to Jordan, the visa is a mandatory document. Its consular fees are 52 € (excluding service charges), it allows you to stay on site for 30 days.
It is also possible to obtain a visa on arrival at Amman's Queen Alia International airport.
We advise you to do the online request at least 3 days before you arrive in Jordan.
Jordan, a country rich in history and culture, offers a multitude of places to visit and unique experiences to enjoy. In order to fully enjoy your stay, you need to choose the right time to leave, know the necessary formalities and not miss the must-sees such as Petra or Wadi Rum.
Jordan's climate is Mediterranean in the north, desert in the south and continental in the east. There are therefore significant variations in temperature and precipitation depending on the regions and seasons. So, the best time to go to Jordan will depend on your preferences and the type of trip you want to take.
Spring (March to May)
This season is considered the best time to visit Jordan, as the temperatures are pleasant and the days are often sunny. This allows you to fully enjoy the archaeological and natural sites, without suffering from excessive heat or cold. Additionally, the vegetation is in bloom, adding a touch of color to the desert landscapes.
Autumn (September to November)
The second best time to go to Jordan is autumn, when temperatures are also mild and the days are generally sunny. However, there can be a few rainy days, especially in November.
Summer (June to August)
This season is marked by high temperatures and blazing sun. It is therefore preferable to avoid this period if you do not tolerate heat well. However, if you are prepared to face these conditions, you will benefit from cheaper tourist prices and less crowded sites.
Winter (December to February)
Temperatures are cool, even cold in some areas, and precipitation is more frequent. This period is therefore less conducive to exploring outdoor sites, but it nevertheless offers great opportunities to visit historical monuments and enjoy the winter charm of Jordanian cities.
Impossible to talk about Jordan without mentioning Petra, this ancient city carved out of red rock, which is one of the new seven wonders of the world. Founded in the 6th century BC. BC by the Nabataeans, Petra bears witness to the ingenuity and art of this forgotten people. Visiting this exceptional site can take several days, depending on the time you have and your level of interest in the archaeological remains.
To access Petra, you must cross the Siq, a narrow gorge which stretches for approximately 1.2 km. You will then discover the famous Treasury (Al-Khazneh), an impressive monument carved into red rock. Other must-see sites in Petra include the Nabataean theater, the royal tombs and the monastery (Ad-Deir).