( Safe travels - click to see our COVID-19 Hub for details)

At Damia Travel, our highest priority has always been, and always will be the safety of our tour members. The COVID-19 pandemic has created new travel challenges. But with the proper planning, and with our assistance in Jordan, you will be able to travel with confidence. In this part of our web site, we have included all of the information, advice, our plans for your safety in Jordan and your options to allow you to travel confidently.

How is Damia Travel Addressing COVID?

On our escorted tours we will be implementing the following procedures to keep you healthy while on your tour:

  • Masks- we will have masks available for everyone on our tours
  • Guides and drivers to wear facemasks at all times
  • Guides will no longer shake hands
  • Hand sanitizer- our guides will have readily available hand sanitizer for use by the tour members
  • Maintaining small groups- we will not be accepting any registrations past 10 per group till the end of the year.


  • Restaurants must have Hand’s protocols in place that comply with local guidelines.
  • All staff to wear face masks where possible in line with local guidelines.
  • Tables spaced within the restaurant to maintain social distancing.
  • Hand sanitizer readily available to guests.
  • Minimize the number of guests.

Vehicles and Transfer

  • All passengers required to wear a face mask.
  • Travelers seated with social distancing guidelines in place. Seats behind driver may be left empty.
  • Fixed seating arrangements for time of tour or transfer in the same vehicle.
  • Hand Sanitizer available in all vehicles.
  • Removal of printed materials from seat-back pockets.
  • Vehicles regularly clean.
  • Driver greets may be excluded to reduce contact of drivers.
  • Staging areas must adhere to social distancing. Staggered times for departures may be required depending on group size


  • Hotels might screen travelers’ temperatures upon arrival and check out, where possible in line with local guidelines
  • Hotels will limit physical contact as much as possible, while still carrying the best service possible
  • Buffet meals may be replaced by a la carte service or served menu.
  • Where possible, room service will be made available for guests, subject to hotel category and group size
  • Hotels must have Hand’s protocols in place that comply with local guidelines,

Status from Jordan - Covid 19 - Page last updated: July 2021

Jordan is now OPEN for Tourism and we look forward to welcoming you and your travel clients back, and being able to say to you all "Ahlan Wa Sahlan"!

Here you can find all the latest travel updates for Jordan. Our company are consistently monitoring the situation, and we will update this page whenever any new information comes to light. This includes the latest advice for customers with upcoming bookings.

  • We are delighted to announce that Jordan is now open to fully vaccinated travelers. 
  • If you have received the full course of vaccines (approved by the World Health Organization), you can enter Jordan without needing to quarantine or take a test upon arrival.
  • If you have booked a tour with us, rest assured we’ll be in touch with you regarding your trip if circumstances change.

Traveling instructions:

  • The PCR test should be done within maximum 72 hours prior to departure.
  • The passenger is required to apply on even if he has a vaccination certificate, the system will show what the requirements are based on the information provided by him while applying.
  • Arrivals at Queen Alia Airport are required to present the QR code they will receive, a negative PCR test from the departure country, and the vaccination certificate if found printed out, on the check in counter in the departure country.
  • Children under 5 years old are not required to apply on the platform.
  • In case of positive result, travellers must commit to adhere to home quarantine for a period of 7 days and do the (PCR)(COVID19) test on the seventh day of home quarantine at their own expense. During this application the traveller will sign an indemnity, and failure to comply with the quarantine requirements could result in legal prosecution under the defense order number 16.

Vaccinated Passenger Procedures:

The following requirements are to be applied on passengers holding a full course vaccination certificate:

  1. Vaccinated passengers from these countries  are exempted from conducting the required PCR test upon arrival
  2. Vaccine certificate is required in Arabic or English language only.
  3. Register on the Visit Jordan platform to get QR code:
  4. Negative PCR test conducted within 72 hrs. prior to departure from the first embarking airport/border crossing.
  5. Health/travel insurance is required.
  6. Medical certificate proving that full course of vaccination has been completed is to be presented at the check-in counter before departure in either hardcopy or electronic copy.
  7. Submit passenger health declaration form at the check-in counter before departure.


After June 15th fully vaccinated passengers are exempted from the curfew restrictions and are free to roam during curfew hours.

Entering Aqaba: In order to enter Aqaba, proof of a negative PCR test taken within 72 hrs prior to entering Aqaba OR proof of full vaccination dose is required at each entrance point.

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