- Travelers with a Jordan Pass do not need to purchase a Visa on Arrival.
- The Jordan Pass is not a visa, it only waives the visa fees if you stay a minimum of 3 whole nights (4 days) and buy it before your arrival to Jordan.
- The Jordan Pass allows a single entry for a maximum stay of 30 days.
- When you are leaving the country, the immigration system at the airport will check if you stayed more than 3 nights; if you did not, you will be directed to an office to pay a fee.
- For Indian citizens, purchasing the Jordan Pass after receiving the approval from the embassy is recommended.
- NOTE: Children under 12 years old, and accompanied by their parents, can enter Jordan’s touristic sites for free, so the Jordan Pass is not economical for these cases. However, they are still allowed to apply for a Jordan Pass and will need a Visa on Arrival (separate queue at the airport) if they do not have one.