Citizens of Norway who are going to Jordan for a vacation should highly consider the Jordan Pass. It will not only allows you to enter Jordan at the border or airport, but it also provides complimentary entry into many historical sites (almost 40 in total). If you get a visa, it only allows you to enter the country with no additional perks.
So, if you are deciding if you should get a visa or a Jordan Pass, get a Jordan Pass. You won’t regret it.
The Jordan Pass | Basic Topics and Answers to Questions
Application Processing Speeds
Choose from one of three processing options for your convenience:
- Standard Processing takes no more than 3 Business Days to process.
- Rush Processing will take a maximum of 2 Business Days to complete your application process.
- Super Rush Processing which will process your application within 1 Business Day.
Application Information Required
For a Jordan Pass, Norwegian citizens will need to submit and show:
- Travel Plans - Be sure you have an exit strategy for leaving Jordan.
- National ID Card & Passport - We need your basic information in order to verify your identity and travel status.
- Payment Types - iVisa can process PayPal or credit cards.
Jordan Pass Expiration Date
Your Jordan Pass will not allow you to enter Jordan after 1 year after issued. So be sure to use the Pass before it expires.
Pricing for Jordan Pass and Processing
There are 3 various total amounts based on your selection during the application:
- Standard - USD 158.00
- Rush - USD 178.00
- Super Rush - USD 198.00
Maximum Stay with Jordan Pass
You can stay in Jordan with a Pass for up to 30 days Per Entry
Tourism Sites You Can Visit for Free with a Jordan Pass
- Museum of Popular Traditions - Amman
- Jordan Archaeological Museum
- Wadi Rum (UNESCO World Heritage site)
- Umm Qays
- Roman Theatre Amman
- Qasr Al-Mushatta
- Qasr Hamman Al-Sarh
- As-Salt Historical Museum
- Aqaba Museum
- Burnt Palace - Madaba
- Lowest Place on Earth Museum
- Aqaba Castle
- Rehab / Al-Mafraq
- Qasr Al-Azraq
- Amman Citadel
- Ajloun Castle
- Madaba Archaeological Museum
- As-Salt Museum
- Petra (UNESCO World Heritage site)
- Umm Ar-Rasas (UNESCO World Heritage site)
- Umm Qays Museum
- Umm al-Jimmal
- Shobak Castle
- St. Elijah’s Hill (Tal Mar Elias)
- Qasr Al-Kharranah
- Madaba Archaeological Park
- Church of the Apostles
- Dar Al-Saraya Museum - Irbid
- Karak Museum
- Iraq Al-Amir
- Quseir Amra (UNESCO World Heritage site)
- Karak Castle
Visa or Jordan Pass?
Jordan Passes give you free access to almost 40 places in Jordan while a visa only allows you to enter the country and no free access to tourist sites.
Entry Allotment for Jordan Pass Holders
You will have Single Entry into the country with a Jordan Pass.
Documents You Need to Carry for Entering Historical Sites in Jordan
The over 30 sites you get to see for free will need to see your Pass and your national ID card.
Citizens of Norway - Digital Jordan Pass Process
Norwegian citizens should get a Jordan Pass instead of a visa if they are staying longer than 3 nights in Petra or Jordan. It will enhance your trip dramatically if you have the Jordan Pass versus a visa.
The digital application can be filled out on a smartphone, tablet, or computer anywhere you have internet. Good luck, and we can’t wait to help you fulfill your wanderlust.