Maybe you want to visit Amman, the cosmopolitan capital of Jordan.
Or perhaps you will be fascinated by the ancient but remarkably well-preserved area of Petra, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. Or float in the Dead Sea or be amazed by the sandstone and granite landscapes of Wadi Rum.
Now you can act on that wanderlust again.
The Jordanian Tourism Board has announced it will reopen to international visitors with fewer COVID-19 restrictions in place from March 1, a boon for tourism in the Middle Eastern country which, like many countries, has suffered. of the pandemic.
We are pleased to announce that from March 1, 2022, travelers to Jordan will no longer need to perform a PCR test prior to departure to Jordan or perform a PCR test upon arrival at airports, land borders or seaports.
— Jordan Tourism Board (@VisitJordan) February 17, 2022
According to the Associated Press, tourists must still sign a pledge to get tested while in Jordan if they begin to experience symptoms of the virus. They must also agree to self-quarantine if they end up catching COVID-19.
“We hope that the easing of previous restrictions will once again help the resumption of tourism in the kingdom and facilitate access for travelers planning their trips to Jordan,” said Abed Al-Razzaq Arabiyat, director general of the office of the tourism.
For the latest information on travel to Jordan, check out the guide below: