Amman is the capital, the most populous and the largest city of Jordan. Spanning over nineteen hills, this city was once nothing more than a pile of r...
Situated just 30 kilometer from the capital Amman, Madaba is an ancient city that dates back to the middle Bronze Age. The reason for which it is a pr...
Situated on the northeastern shores of the Red Sea, Aqaba is the only coastal city and hence the only seaport in Jordan. The city has a well-defined i...
Jordan is an Arab Kingdom situated on the banks of River Jordan, in Asia. It is officially called the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. When France and Britain divided the Middle East after World War I, the desert kingdom of Jordan emerged as a result. The historical sites of Jordan, Mount Nebo, Madaba and the Jordan River attract tourists from all over the world. The historical site of Petra was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985 and also recognized as a Wonder of the World. Health Tourism, Education Tourism, Pop Culture Tourism, Shopping Tourism, Scuba Diving, and Hiking are the major tourist attractions provided by Jordan.
Jordanian Dinar (JOD)
89,342 square km (35,637 square miles)
Climate & Geography
Jordan has a Mediterranean like climate. The inlands of Jordan witness lesser rainfall than the other parts. The average temperature in the summers of Jordan hover around 30 degrees C while the ones during winter dip down to 13 degrees C. The winter season also sees snowfall in Amman.
Iraq forms the neighboring country to the north-east of Jordan, Saudi Arabia to the east and south, Israel to west, and Syria to the north. Jordan is situated between latitudes 29 degrees and 34 degrees N and longitudes 35 degrees and 40 degrees E.
The roadways and the airways are the preferred means of travelling in Jordan. The railways and waterways are not favored for travelling.
Tourist & Immigration Info
Contact the nearest embassy of Jordan to know the updated rules and regulations for obtaining visa.