- Arava Border will no longer be giving entry visas to Jordan of all kind starting January 1st 2016.
- All guests must be contacting Jordanian embassies abroad and apply for entry visas to Jordan before arrival.
- These new regulations do not exclude any body regardless the number of guests, length of stay in Jordan and nationality.
- The regulations will still allow guests to depart from Jordan to Israel via Arava Border, no restrictions on departure.
There is no more departure tax exiting Jordan via Arava for those who will stay in Jordan at least 3 nights.