Things to know before buying Jordan Pass
Options of Jordan pass
|Jordan Pass Type||Visit Days to Petra||Free Attractions||Digital Brochures||Visa Fee Waiver||Price (in JDs)|
|Jordan Wanderer||1 day||Over 40||Included||Yes (with conditions)||70 JDs|
|Jordan Explorer||2 consecutive days||Over 40||Included||Yes (with conditions)||75 JDs|
|Jordan Expert||3 consecutive days||Over 40||Included||Yes (with conditions)||80 JDs|
Things to know before buying Jordan Pass ?
Q1: What is the Jordan Pass, and what does it offer?
A1: The Jordan Pass is a tourist pass that provides access to various historical and cultural sites in Jordan. It includes entry to numerous attractions and waives the visa fee for travelers who meet specific conditions.
Q2: Can I get a refund or exchange the Jordan Pass if I change my plans?
A2: No, the Jordan Pass is non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Please consider your travel plans carefully before purchasing.
Q3: Can I share or transfer my Jordan Pass to someone else?
A3: No, the Jordan Pass is non-transferable and is for personal use only. It cannot be shared or transferred to another individual.
Q4: What happens if a participating location is closed due to public holidays or unforeseen events?
A4: There is no refund in the event of closures due to public holidays, unforeseen events, or free entrance days at participating locations.
Q5: What is the validity period of the Jordan Pass?
A5: The Jordan Pass is valid for use within 12 months following the date of purchase. Once activated, it expires within 2 weeks.
Q6: Are there specific opening times for participating locations, and how can I check them?
A6: Yes, opening times of participating locations may vary. Travelers are advised to check with the specific location before visiting to ascertain their opening hours.
Q7: Can I purchase the Jordan Pass after arriving in Jordan to benefit from entry visa discounts and tax exemptions?
A7: No, buying the Jordan Pass after arriving in Jordan does not allow the pass holder to benefit from entry visa discounts and tax exemptions.
Q8: Is the Jordan Pass a substitute for a visa, and what are the visa requirements?
A8: The Jordan Pass waives the visa fees under specific conditions, but it does not exempt travelers from having a visa. Travelers must meet the visa requirements and stay in Jordan for a minimum of 4 days (3 nights) to have their visa fees waived.
Q9: What should I bring when using the Jordan Pass at attractions?
A9: Travelers should have their printable Jordan Pass and ID with them. The QR code on the pass may not always be readable via a mobile device.
Q10: Are exit fees included in the Jordan Pass's price?
A10: No, exit fees are not included in the Jordan Pass's price. Travelers may need to pay exit fees separately when leaving Jordan.
Q 11. Is Jordan pass the Visa of Jordan ?
No, Jordan pass is not visa, if you have bought it your visa fee will be waived. You have not got visa if you have Jordan pass.
Q 12.How can i link my Jordan pass with Jordan e visa ?
When you will be filling the E visa application on portal (https://moi.gov.jo/EN/Pages/Visa_E_Applications), they will ask you if you have purchased Jordan pass. If you will select "Yes", they will ask you to fill Jordan pass ticket number.
Q 13. Which Jordan visa is good for me ?
Jordan visa varies with the number of days and entries you are looking in Petra. If you are spending 1 day in Petra go for 70 JOD pass, if 2 days then 75 JOD and if 3 days, go for 80 JOD pass.