Jordan Pass Information | Netherlands Citizens

Jordan Pass Information | Netherlands Citizens

iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

Dutch citizens can get a Jordan Pass to not only enter the country but also see over 35 historical and cultural landmarks in Jordan for free. The Jordan Pass will save you money in the long run since the traditional way is to get a visa then pay for each site entry separately.


This is a tourism incentive by the Jordan government to attract more visitors to their amazing country. So fill out an application or find out more information below before you make a decision.

The Jordan Pass | Common Questions & Answers

What’s the number of days the Jordan Pass allows me to stay in Jordan?

30 days Per Entry is how many days you have to spend in Jordan with a Jordan Pass.

When will the Jordan Pass expire?

Your Jordan Pass will cease to be valid 1 year after issued. So be sure to use the Pass before it expires.

What kind of information must I submit to receive a Jordan Pass?

For a Jordan Pass, you’ll need to submit and show:

  • National ID Card & Passport - You’ll need to provide a scanned copy of your national identity card and passport.
  • Travel Plans - Show a departure ticket.
  • Payment Method - Paypal, MasterCard, Visa, and other major credit cards are accepted.

I need a Pass quickly. Should I choose a faster processing speed?

If you need a Pass quicjly, then yes. Choose the Super Rush processing option.

  • Standard Processing takes no more than 3 days to process.
  • Rush Processing will take a maximum of 2 days to complete your application process.
  • Super Rush Processing which will process your application within 24 hours.

What’s the entry limits for a Jordan Pass?

You will have Single Entry into Jordan with a Jordan Pass.

If you get a single-entry pass, that means you can only enter Jordan one time. Once the QR code is scanned, you cannot use it again to enter Jordan at a port-of-entry.

Visa vs Jordan Pass? Do I need both?

Since a Jordan Pass will allow you to get into Jordan, no, you do not need both. But, you must stay a minimum of 3 nights in Jordan or they will make you pay for a visa as well when you try to leave the country.

What are some of the places in Jordan I can visit with a Jordan Pass?

  • Umm Ar-Rasas (UNESCO World Heritage site)
  • Umm Qays Museum
  • Umm al-Jimmal
  • Shobak Castle
  • Al-Hamimah
  • Museum of Popular Traditions - Amman
  • Jordan Archaeological Museum
  • Aqaba Museum
  • Madaba Archaeological Museum
  • As-Salt Museum
  • Petra (UNESCO World Heritage site)
  • Jerash
  • Wadi Rum (UNESCO World Heritage site)
  • Amman Citadel
  • Ajloun Castle
  • Umm Qays
  • Roman Theatre Amman
  • Qasr Al-Mushatta
  • Qasr Hamman Al-Sarh
  • As-Salt Historical Museum
  • Madaba Archaeological Park
  • Church of the Apostles
  • Burnt Palace - Madaba
  • Lowest Place on Earth Museum
  • Aqaba Castle
  • Rehab / Al-Mafraq
  • Qasr Al-Azraq
  • Quseir Amra (UNESCO World Heritage site)
  • Karak Castle
  • Pella
  • AlHallabat
  • St. Elijah’s Hill (Tal Mar Elias)
  • Dar Al-Saraya Museum - Irbid
  • Karak Museum
  • Iraq Al-Amir
  • Qasr Al-Kharranah

How much are processing fees and the Jordan Pass together?

There are three different total amounts based on your selection during the application:

  • Standard - USD 158.00
  • Rush - USD 178.00
  • Super Rush - USD 198.00

Do I need my national ID and my Pass to enter the sites?

All Jordan Pass sites require you to verify your identity with a national ID card upon entry.

Citizens of Netherlands - Online Jordan Pass Application

If you are from the Netherlands and are planning a tourist trip to Jordan, the best document you can have is a Jordan Pass. While it is not a visa, it will get you into the country and help you see way more than you would otherwise with just a visa.

Good luck, and have fun in Jordan.

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