There is so much to see and do if you are thinking of going for a travel to Jordan. From the red sanded-deserts of Wadi Rum to the ruined Roman cities and the Gulf of Aqaba, that has a plethora of coral to the brook where Jesus was said to be baptized.
Travel to Jordan
Jordan may be divided into four areas:
- Eastern Desert
- Southern Desert
- Northern Jordan and
- King’s Highway
For entry into the region, a visa is needed except if you are a resident of the following nations: Egypt, South Africa, Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Syria, the United Arab Emirates among others.
There are three international airports available to you once you travel to Jordan. These include:
- Marka International Airport
- Queen Alia International Airport
- King Hussein International Airport
The climate in Jordan can differ greatly. The ideal time to travel to Jordan with regards to weather is from March-May or from September to November. Throughout these times, the temperatures in the daytime is more tolerable as it is not as hot as any various times of the day. In April, the wildflowers begin to bloom and the temperatures are warm. This probably makes April the best time of the year to travel to Jordan.
There is a large variety of 4 and 5 star accommodations in Jordan, especially in the larger city area such as Amman. Keep in mind though, that a 4 & 5 star hotel in Jordan is similar to what would be considered a 3 star accomodation in Western countries.
Jordanians are known to be some of the friendliest and warmest people you would actually meet. They are proud of their country and with good reason. Though Jordan may be situated in a region of the world which is considered to be highly unstable, it is extremely OK to visit and you would be received with excellent hospitality and friendliness in Jordan.