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Jordan Travel Guide

Quick Facts

💰Currency Jordanian Dinar (JD)
🔄Exchange Rate US$1 = JD0.71
💬Language Arabic
🗣️English Fluency Moderate
🏙️Capital Amman
👥Population 10.9 million
🚘Driving Side right
🔌Plugs C, D, F, G, J
🕑Time Eastern European Time (UTC+2:00)
🍽️Must-Try Mansaf, Falafel, Hummus

Backpacker Budget: US$30 (JD 21)

Hostel Dorm US$10 (JD 7)
Takeaway Meal US$5 (JD 4)
Public transport US$1.5 (JD 1)
Long-distance bus US$10 (JD 7)
Entrance Fee US$10 (JD 7)
Beer US$3 (JD 2)

When to go?

June - August high season, hot weather
October - April low season, mild weather

What's unique?

Welcome to Jordan, a land of ancient wonders and natural beauty. Nestled in the heart of the Middle East, Jordan offers a captivating blend of history, culture, and adventure that will leave you enchanted.

Step back in time as you explore the rose-red city of Petra, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Marvel at its intricately carved facades and hidden tombs as you wander through ancient streets frozen in time. Be sure to visit the Treasury, an iconic symbol of Jordan's rich past.

But Jordan is more than just Petra. Discover the surreal landscapes of Wadi Rum, a desert wilderness where towering red sand dunes meet dramatic rock formations. Embark on an unforgettable camel trek or spend a night under starry desert skies in a Bedouin camp.

For those seeking natural wonders, head to the Dead Sea, where you can float effortlessly on its salty waters and indulge in mineral-rich mud treatments that leave your skin rejuvenated.

Don't miss out on experiencing Amman, Jordan's bustling capital city. Explore its vibrant markets filled with aromatic spices and colorful textiles, visit impressive historical sites like the Roman Theater or indulge your taste buds with delicious Middle Eastern cuisine.

From ancient ruins to breathtaking landscapes, Jordan promises an unforgettable journey that will transport you back in time while captivating your senses.

Tip: Instead of paying for your visa and entrance fees separately, get the Jordan Pass - even if you only visit Petra, this saves you money.

Ruins of Gerasa
Ruins of Gerasa

Classic Jordan
(1 week)

  1. 1
    Wadi Rum

    Experience the stunning desert landscape of Wadi Rum, known for its unique rock formations and rich cultural history.

  2. 2

    Visit the ancient city of Petra, with its impressive rock-cut architecture and UNESCO World Heritage Site status.

  3. 3
    Dead Sea

    Relax and float in the healing waters of the Dead Sea, the lowest point on Earth and a natural wonder.

  4. 4

    Explore the well-preserved ruins of a Roman city.

  5. 5

    Explore the capital city of Jordan, known for its ancient ruins, modern architecture, and vibrant culture.

Wadi Rum Desert, Aqaba
Wadi Rum Desert, Aqaba

Fun Fact

Jordan is home to the ancient city of Petra, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.


Is Jordan safe for tourists?

Yes, Jordan is generally a safe country for tourists. However, it is always advisable to take normal precautions and be aware of your surroundings.

What are some must-visit tourist destinations in Jordan?

Some must-visit tourist destinations in Jordan include Petra, Wadi Rum, Jerash, and the Dead Sea.

What is the official language of Jordan?

The official language of Jordan is Arabic.

Are there ATMs without a fee in Jordan?

Jordan Kuwait Bank ATMs charge no fee for cash withdrawals.

Travel Tips

  • Money Card payment is often possible, but not always
  • ATM Fees Most ATMs charge fees, but you can find fee-free ATMs
  • Free ATMs Jordan Kuwait Bank
  • Do dress modestly, especially when visiting religious sites.
  • Do remove your shoes before entering someone's home.
  • Do apply for the Jordan pass before you arrive.
  • Don't display affection in public.
  • Don't eat or drink in public during Ramadan.
  • Don't wear revealing clothing.
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Cover: Petra

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