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  • Is it safe to visit Jordan?
    Jordan is one of the safest countries in the world! The first thing that you will notice when you arrive to Jordan is that people are very warm & welcoming. You'll be amazed at the feeling of safety you'll find in Jordan - it's one of the safest places to travel in the world. Jordan maintains good relations with all its neighbors and is truly an oasis of peace in this region.
  • What’s the official currency?
    The local currency is the Jordanian Dinar, or “JD”, which is divided into one hundred piasters. The dinar is pegged to the dollar, the current exchange rate is JD 71 per 100 US$. Although US$ are widely accepted, it is prudent to carry Jordanian dinars while you travel through Jordan.
  • Is it easy to find ATMs?
    ATMs are just about everywhere, except in Wadi Rum.
  • What about visas and entry formalities?
    Most nationalities can obtain visas upon arrival at any border, port or airport. Some nationalities require visas in advance. A single-entry visa usually costs you $ 60.00. When you book your tour through us, we will arrange the issuance of the visa for free if you spend two or more nights in Jordan
  • Do I need travel insurance?
    Although we only use insured transportation, we recommend purchasing your travel insurance when purchasing your airline tickets.
  • What’s the electricity voltage?
    Electricity is 220 volts, so bring along an adapter with you if you need one.
  • Can we drink tap water at the hotel?
    Jordan's standards of hygiene are high and the main risks for visitors are fatigue and heat, and of course lifestyles change. Most 4 or 5* Hotels have additional filtration systems. However regardless of the method used, it does not eliminate the slight percentage of chlorine in the water .That is why most people drink bottled water.
  • What about food and beverage?
    Eating is the most popular pastime & Jordanian cuisine is being improved from time to time. Most hotels offer a continental breakfast and buffet dinner with a selection of Western & Arabic food. Most restaurants usually offer traditional Arabic food or a lunch buffet. You will also find international restaurants in some places.
  • What time is it in Jordan?
    We are two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time, or three hours when we are in DST from April 30 to October 30.
  • Tipping policy?
    Tipping is not compulsory, but it is expected. If you are satisfied with the services of your driver or guide, it would be a nice way to show your appreciation to them. Most restaurants add a service charge to your bill, but if they didn’t then its suitable there as well.
  • What about the women Hijab?
    Women does not have to. Jordan is quite a liberal country and guarantees women's freedom to wear the clothes they desire. You will see the local women who wear the hijab, as well as the women who do not. It's all about personal freedom.
  • Is alcohol available & where can I find it?
    Alcohol is available, and you can find it in liquor stores, bars and 5 * hotels.
  • Is there any problem in jordan about travelling with a girlfriend/boyfriend?
  • LGBT travelers?
    Homosexuality is illegal in most Islamic countries in the Middle East. Demonstrating public intimacy by heterosexuals is reprehensible, and the same rules apply to gays and lesbians, even though same-sex hand-holding is a common sign of friendship in Jordan, and the legitimacy of homosexuality should not be confused with full societal acceptance, discrimination and harassment is common. If you want to explore, keep your inquiries confidential.
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