Last updated: 19 November 2017
Your safety is most important to us.
This is to help you make an informed decision about how safe is it for you to travel to Jordan.
Jordan continues to be a stable and safe destination.
Life in Jordan in running business as usual.
Tourists continue to visit Jordan and tours are running on the ground now.
Our recommendation to you is follow up with the travel advisory that your country provides usually through your embassy in Jordan. In addition, please check with us and share any concern you currently have or may have in the future.
The below links are for travel advisories by selected countries for Jordan:
Live stream webcams from Jordan:
ISIS - Islamic State of Iraq and Syria
Jordanians stand together in support for king and country, to continue to stand along with the international community and continue the fight against the global plague of extremism.
Syria and Syrian refugees
It is unfortunate what is happening in Syria.
Jordan continues to have no role in the Syrian conflict and considers it an internal issue.
The extent of Jordan's involvement is to provide aid to refugees that flee to Jordan seeking safety.
The overwhelming majority of the refugees are women and children.
Jordan with the help of the relevant UN and international organizations is providing refugee camps in the northern part of the country.
From time to time gunfire and explosions that take place inside Syria are heard in the areas close to the Syrian border on the Jordanian side.
A number of times small rockets have landed on Jordanian soil near the border line causing no injuries.
Syria lies along the northern border of Jordan.
Most of the touristic attractions are far away south from the border with Syria.
Distance from Syrian border:
Jerash is 35km.
Amman is 70km.
Madaba is 115km.
Airport is 100km.
Dead Sea is 125km.
Petra is 225km.
Wadi Rum is 330km.