Frequently Asked Questions
Is Jordan Safe?
According to the World Economic Forum, Jordan is one of the safest countries in the Middle East.. While traveling in a group is the most popular option, traveling independently in Jordan is easy and very safe. The infrastructure of Jordan is very modern, meaning they have paved roads, direct routes and even an expressway.
Do I Need a VISA to Visit Jordan?
A passport with a validity of at least six months and a visa are required. Jordanissues single-entry visas to U.S. citizens upon arrival at Amman's Queen Alia International Airport and at most international land border crossings. Multiple entryvisas must be obtained in advance of travel.
What Languages are spoken in Jordan?
The national tongue is Arabic. Almost everyone speaks some English, particularly in the major cities.Tourists will find no problems communicating, and may establishments provide signs, menus and information in English
WHAT IS THE TIME DIFFERENCE IN JORDAN?
Lebanon is +3 hours from GMT This means it is only one to three hours ahead of Europe, making any time difference virtually unnoticeable and allowing you to still feel energetic a little later than usual
WHAT ARE THE PUBLIC HOLIDAYS?
Due to its colorful, multi-denominational population, Jordan has numerous public holidays that reflect its robust variety of people. Banks, government offices, and schools are closed on holidays, yet many shops and restaurants are open for business.
Holidays with Fixed Dates:
- New Year's Day January 1
- Labor Day May 1
- Independence Day May 25
- Christmas December 25
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