Traveling abroad can be hard sometimes. Getting a visa is a lengthy process, especially for North Korea citizens. Now, though, when you travel to Jordan, you can get a Jordan Pass. The Pass gives you the opportunity to see over 32 different sites in Jordan with just the pass and your ID card. It is a simple application process that takes just a few minutes, and we will work with the Jordan government to get your Pass as quickly as you select.
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.
Visa and a Jordan Pass? Do I need both?
Not really. Visas are better if you are only staying for a day or two in Jordan. Otherwise, it is better to get a Jordan Pass for tourism.
I need a Pass quickly. Should I choose a faster processing speed?
If you need a Pass fast due to crazy trip planning, 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.
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.
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
- Museum of Popular Traditions - Amman
- Jordan Archaeological Museum
- Aqaba Museum
- Madaba Archaeological Museum
- As-Salt Museum
- Petra (UNESCO World Heritage site)
- 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
- 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
Citizens of North Korea - Digital Jordan Pass Process
If you are from North Korea 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.