Why The Jordan Pass Is Guaranteed To Save You Money In Jordan

Jordan is, without a doubt, a bucket list destination. We had wanted to visit for years and finally got round to booking a 10 day trip to Jordan in 2018. The kids were 3 and 5 at the time and anything that made our lives easier when we travelled with the kids was a good idea in our books. So when we came across the Jordan Pass that promised to save us time, effort and money, we had to check it out.

Most of the reviews at the time, however, stated that there were technical problems with the website and that the pass was not recognised by the sites that it claimed to cover. We had a little back and forth with customer service at Jordan Pass and decided to buy our tickets. It was the best decision we made and we want you to know all about it before you book your trip to Jordan so that you can take advantage of its benefits too.

This guide explains everything you need to know about the Jordan Pass, including a detailed breakdown at the end of the potential savings you can make. Got your Jordan travel guide yet to help with your planning?

What is the Jordan Pass?

The Jordan Pass is essentially a tourist passport that gets you into 40 of the main tourist attractions in Jordan (including 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and one of the Seven New Wonders of the World) essentially FREE (or almost free).
Or looking at it another way, it waives the cost of your tourist visa. See more on the actual cost savings at the end of the post. It is an official product created by the Jordanian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities to make travel around Jordan and entry into the main Jordan attractions easier.