The travel document gives access to over 40 attractions, including a 3-day visit to Petra. In addition to this, the Jordan Pass for the UK waives the payment of the Jordan tourist visa fee. This saves the traveler money and makes it easier to visit the country.
It is important to note that the Jordan Pass is not a visa, and by itself does not give UK tourists entry to the country.
However, the QR code on a Jordan Pass entitles British citizens to claim a Jordan tourist visa free of charge. This is usually a Jordan visa on arrival, but could also be a visa from an embassy if getting the visa on arrival is not an option.
It’s worth mentioning that children below 12 years of age do not need the Jordan Pass to visit tourist attractions in the country. If accompanied by parents or guardians who have the pass, children can visit the tourist sites for free.