The travel document gives access to over 30 attractions, including a 3-day visit to Petra. In addition to this, the Jordan Pass for the UK waives off the payment of the Jordan tourist visa fee, which facilitates its holders’ stay in 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.
Therefore, this sightseeing package should not be equated by British applicants to a Jordan Tourist Visa or a Jordan Visa on Arrival.
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, children can visit the tourist sites for free.