International trips requires a series of arrangements, but for sure, one of the most important is in related to the visa.
Sometimes this is the issue which causes the biggest headache to a traveler if not it is not treated early and with proper care. Many trips are canceled due to complications of the genre.
Jordan is one of the least bureaucratic visa. Many nationalities can get a visa upon landing. However, some must make the request before traveling directly to the Embassy or Consulate of Jordan in their residence country.
The cost of a visa is the same for all nationalities: 20 Jordanian Dinars (JOD or JD) (about $ 30) and for multiple entries, 60 JD (about $ 85), for those arriving at Queen Alia Airport in Amman.
Who arrives in Jordan in Aqaba port or airport, or when crossing between Israel or Saudi Arabia, or still through a tour operator in a group of five people or more, do not need to pay fees for visa issuance.
In Amman, the visa booths only accept local currency, but you don’t have to worry. At the same place you can easily find an ATM and currency exchange service.
But beware: it is advisable not to change or withdraw all your money at the airport, since the rates are higher than other places which offer the same service.
So, get only the amount required to pay the visa and then make exchange your money in other specialized places and banks in the city, easily found.
The tourist visa expire in one month and can be extended upon request at local police stations.
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From 1st April of 2014, the visa fee on arrival was raised for 40 JD (US$ 60).