They are very strict especially Zuwars holding Tanzanian, Kenyan, Ugandan, Indian, Pakistani and Shri Lankan passports.
You must obtain your Visa from the country of your residence before you proceed to Syria. If you are going to go to Baitul-Muqaddas and or Iraq then please make sure that you have multiple visas for Jordan otherwise you will have difficulties returning from Baitul-Muqaddas or Iraq.
Canadians and Americans can obtain their visa at the Amman airport, but we still recommend you obtain it from Canada and the United States before you travel to Jordan.
If you have joined a group, the organizer (of your group) will be responsible for obtaining your visa.
In addition to five star Hotels mentioned in this booklet, there are also many 2 and 3 star hotels at the city centre, which are affordable.
Traveler’s cheques can be easily cashed at shops and hotels.
All major credit cards are acceptable in all shops and hotels in Jordan.
There is no exchange control in Jordan but their money, which is known as JD, is expensive. In December 1997 one JD was equal to 2.5 American Dollars.
During the months of December, January, February and March are very cold and you will require thermal undergarments, a winter coat and winter gloves.
March, April, August, September and October and are pleasant months.
June and July are very hot.
There are beautiful Mosques and historical buildings in Amman, which is worth visiting.
• Tomb of Ja’far at-Tayyar
• The Seven Sleepers
• The Dead Sea
• Prophet Shoab A.S.