The Jordan Pass for Citizens of Venezuela

The Jordan Pass for Citizens of Venezuela

iVisa | Updated on Feb 04, 2020

If you are a fan of history and tourism, you will need to check out the Jordan Pass. Citizens of Venezuela can get this pass which works as a visa at the port-of-entry and then allows you two weeks to explore over 30 historical and cultural landmarks in the country of Jordan.

You can get a Jordan Pass easily online and skip the visa process and hassle of going to an embassy.


Frequently Asked Questions about the Jordan Pass

Will I need a visa and a Jordan Pass to get into Jordan?

No. The Jordan Pass waives the visa fee as long as you stay for over 3 nights in Jordan. Customs officials accept the Jordan Pass as an entry document at the borders.

What speeds can you process my Jordan Pass application? I may need one soon.

  • 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.

Do you need information from me for the application?

Yes, we do.

  • Identification Card - You’ll need to provide a scanned copy of your national identity card and passport.
  • Payment Method - A payment method, like Visa, Mastercard or Paypal is needed.
  • Travel Plans - You will be required to provide basic information about yourself and your travel plans to customs officials.

What’s the maximum length of stay with a Jordan Pass?

You will be able to stay in Jordan for up to 30 days Per Entry with the Jordan Pass. This means you must leave before this allotted time is reached.

What’s the number of entries I get when I purchase a Jordan Pass?

You will have Single Entry into Jordan with a Jordan Pass. Any single-entry pass means you can only enter Jordan one time, and if you leave, you cannot re-enter without another pass or visa.

What is the Jordan Pass expiration date?

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

What sites can I visit using the Jordan Pass?

  • Petra (UNESCO World Heritage site)
  • Jerash
  • Wadi Rum (UNESCO World Heritage site)
  • Amman Citadel
  • Ajloun Castle
  • Umm Qays
  • Qasr Al-Azraq
  • Quseir Amra (UNESCO World Heritage site)
  • Karak Castle
  • Pella
  • AlHallabat
  • 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
  • St. Elijah’s Hill (Tal Mar Elias)
  • Dar Al-Saraya Museum - Irbid
  • Karak Museum
  • Iraq Al-Amir
  • Qasr Al-Kharranah
  • 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

How much is this Jordan Pass?

The prices below reflect the combined cost of the application and the pass itself:

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

Will I be asked to show my Venezuela or passport at each site?

You’ll need to show your national ID with your pass at each site you visit.

Citizens of Venezuela - Online Jordan Pass Application

There is so much to explore in Jordan that you cannot do it all in one or two days. That’s why the Jordan Pass lasts up to two weeks and is best for those staying longer than two nights in Petra and Jordan.

If you are excited about touring all of these unique places, get your Jordan Pass now and let us help you make your travel planning a breeze.

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