Last updated on February 02, 2021
On January 20th, the one-week mandatory quarantine was lifted, making it easier for visitors to enter the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Since then, only a PCR test done within maximum 72 hours prior to arrival is requested. The PCR test fees can either be:
1- Added to the flight ticket price.
2- Or paid at the check in counter in the departure country.
The latest measures and procedures in place can be found on www.visitjordan.gov.jo.
Prior to this recent decision, all travellers should register on a platform called "gateway2jordan". A QR code was then created upon payment of the PCR test fee. If you have paid for the test, but have not used it, be aware that the QR code has no expiration date and can be used at any date as long as it was not refunded.
In case of not registering on gateway2jordan platform before, you are required to fill out the declaration form through this link and present it on the check in counter in the departure country.
The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has awarded Jordan the “Safe Travels Stamp” thanks to the country’s health safety protocols that were deemed to be in line with the Council’s standards, which makes Jordan a safe destination for Travel & Tourism. We welcome such decision and hope to receive your visit when possible!
On March 2nd, 2020, when the first case of COVID-19 was reported in Jordan, our staff started to work from their homes. We are all experiencing challenging and uncertain times, in which the situation rapidly evolves and plans need to be adapted.
We strongly encourage our customers to postpone the holidays booked with us, if necessary. Jordan is a beautiful country and we look forward to welcoming you with the best service. Clients that have booked their holidays through our website may change the dates of their trip. A voucher of the same value of the services purchased will be provided, and this credit will be available up until 12 months after the notification date.
Furthermore, we would like to reinforce the importance of social distancing at the moment, to slow the propagation of the novel coronavirus. Up to date information about the number of cases globally is available here on a daily basis.
Remember to wash your hands frequently, maintain social distancing, avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth, and practice respiratory hygiene. Check out the basic protective measures against the novel coronavirus that the World Health Organisation recommends.