Jordan visa requirements for Qataris

Travel and visa requirements

Jordanian Visa is not required for Qataris

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  • Qatar citizens intending to visit Jordan are not required to visa for 90 days duration of stay.
  • Passports of Qatar citizens visiting Jordan must be valid for the duration of stay stipulated on the visa.
  • Qatar citizens are required to leave at least a blank page for entry stamps
  • Pets are allowed to be carried as traveller's luggage, as cargo, or in the cabin provided they are accompanied by a veterinarian health certificate and a certificate of vaccination against rabies.
  • Birds and their products are prohibited from entry unless they are approved by the Jordanian Ministry of Agriculture. 
  • All travellers planning to stay in Jordan for more than 14 days have to be examined for HIV/AIDS.
  • Yellow fever vaccination certificate required for all visitors below or above one year of age.
  • In Jordan the power plugs and sockets are of type C, D, F, G and J. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.
  • Jordan uses the Eastern European Summer zone (GMT+3), hence, Qatar is 1 hour ahead of Jordan.
  • The estimated flight time from Doha, Qatar to Jordan, Philippines is 9 hours, 58 minutes.
  • Taxis are inexpensive and often the most convenient form of transportation in Jordan and Taxi drivers converse in English.
  • The Jordanian dinar (unofficially abbreviated as JD) is the adopted currency for Jordan.
  • Jordan is defined by ancient monuments, nature reserves and seaside resorts.
  • The official language of Jordan is Arabic, but English is widely spoken especially in the cities. 
  • Many Jordanians have travelled or have been educated abroad, so French, German, Italian and Spanish are also spoken but to a lesser extent.
  • The local popular Jordanian food tends to consist of rice, yoghurt, lamb, olives, and a range of herbs and spices.
  • A majority of Jordanians are Muslim, Christians in Jordan live mostly in Amman or the Jordan Valley and makeup 6% of the total population with 1% representing other religions.
  • Visitors are advised to avoid wearing tight or revealing clothing or taking photos without permission within the country.
  • Hospitality is the watchword of Jordanians, they make it part of their every lives constantly saying the word “Ahlan Wa Salaam”  meaning “come in and make yourself at home” to every visitor.
  • There are hardly beggars in Jordan, as a result of their innate generosity.
  • Jordan is a hub for pilgrims than tourist because of the historical religious importance to Muslims and Christians alike.
  • Beyond the purpose of exploring sites, Jordan has upmarket and exquisite hotels, restaurant and bars to satisfy the varied taste of tourists.
  • Tourist driving within Jordan are advised to do so with an international driver’s license, this would serve as a for driving insurance against unforeseen situations like accidents.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I drink alcohol in Jordan?

Although Jordan is largely a Muslim country, drinking alcohol is not a social taboo and it is readily available in restaurants and hotels.

Can I extend my stay in Jordan?

Yes, you can get a second visa extension up to 6 months at the Immigration office.

Are there medical facilities in Jordan?

Yes, Jordan has an extremely high level of medical care; all doctors are proficient in English, and many have trained in Europe or North America.