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Updated 9 September 2021
The dark blue tint of the Dead Sea, the rose-red facade of the City of Petra, and the immaculateness of Amman the White City, the Kingdom of Jordan is nothing if not colorful. Jordan’s radiance has beckoned and enticed travellers since ancient times perfectly complemented with its boundless generosity.
Emiratis looking to travel to Jordan must naturally familiarize themselves with the latest travel guidelines and restrictions on travelling to Jordan from the UAE.
Can I travel to Jordan from the UAE?
Yes, you can.
Jordan is not among the countries red-listed by the UAE government, nor is Jordan applying travel bans and restrictions for travellers arriving from the UAE. While residents and citizens do not need the government’s approval to travel abroad, they are required to check the requirements of the country they are travelling to.
Such requirements may extend to a negative result of RT-PCR test for COVID‑19 before departure, quarantine at the destination and any other restrictions and safety measures specified by the authorities at the destination.
UAE nationals must register in the Twajudi service prior to travel and comply with the preventive measures at the UAE airports as well as at the airports of the destination.
Jordan entry requirements
- Passengers entering Jordan must have a negative COVID-19 PCR test taken at most 72 hours before arrival. The test result for passengers arriving from Egypt, Turkey, Iraq must be issued by an approved laboratory, details can be found here.
- Passengers are required to visit this official portal prior to departure to complete the required form and obtain the QR code which must be presented prior to boarding and upon arrival.
- Passengers must submit the Passenger Health Declaration and Locator form before boarding.
- Upon arrival, passengers are subject to further PCR testing and must pay the amount of JOD 28. However, fully vaccinated passengers along with children under the age of five are exempted. Passengers travelling from the UAE will also not be required to quarantine.
UAE travellers are not required to obtain a visa when travelling to Jordan. Citizens of the UAE may stay for up to 30 days.
Flights from the UAE to Jordan
Emirates Airline, Etihad Airways, Royal Jordanian, and Flydubai are operating direct daily flights from the UAE to Jordan. Flights are departing from Dubai and Abu Dhabi to Amman.