Jordan, including the diving resort of Aqaba, is easing coronavirus-related restrictions on foreign visitors. Jordan’s Tourism Board said that from 1 March visitors would no longer be required to take a PCR test before entering the country or take another PCR test upon arrival at airports and other entry points.
Visitors will have to sign a pledge to get tested if they feel coronavirus symptoms and agree to self-isolate if they contract Covid-19. Visitors do not need to show proof of vaccination for entry into Jordan.
‘We hope the relaxing of previous restrictions will help once again the recovery of tourism to the kingdom and ease access for travellers planning their trips to Jordan,’ said Abed Al-Razzaq Arabiyat, the Tourism Board’s managing director.
Check for updates on travel restrictions before booking – for the UK go to www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/jordan/entry-requirements.