The Jordan Pass is a sightseeing package that provides access to the country and a number of its most important and popular locations.
It acts as an all-access pass to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for tourism and includes the cost of a Jordan tourist visa (as long as the visitor stays for at least 4 days and 3 nights).
In addition to covering the Jordan visa fee, the Pass also grants pre-paid entry to over 40 sites, including Petra, Jerash, and Wadi Rum.
This avoids having to go to the trouble of standing in line and buying tickets for entry to each site separately.
Additionally, the Jordan Pass includes a number of free brochures about the country’s various tourist attractions, which can be downloaded.
The Jordan Pass is valid for use for 12 months starting from the moment it is purchased.
However, after the first time it is used to enter a tourist site, the pass will expire in 2 weeks’ time.
The visa associated with the Jordan tourist pass permits a single entry to the country.
The visitor may stay in Jordan with this visa for up to 30 days.
Depending on the nationality of the traveler, the visa can either be obtained on arrival or from a Jordan embassy.
In either case, there is no extra Jordan visa cost for pass holders.