What is the dress code?
During the day, you can wear something comfortable and casual. Something you can move around in. During the evening events, pretty much anything goes. Ladies, pack dresses and heels if you are feeling inspired, and guys, feel free to pack a shirt and dress pants if you wish… it’s totally up to you! And make sure you save some room for your party costumes! You’ll receive information on the costume party after you’ve purchased your ticket and once we announce the theme party. Also, each morning we’ll have yoga, fitness and meditation classes. Make sure you pack exercise-friendly clothing and shoes if you want to join in! Yoga mats will not be available for the classes so we recommend that you bring your own. Please note: If you’re planning to visit historical or religious sites in Jordan, modest wear is recommended. Swimsuits at the hotel beach are okay.
What should I bring with me?
The most important thing is a positive attitude and the willingness to have a lot of fun! As always we’ll have epic theme parties happening at A-Fest and we’ll make sure to let you know what costume you should bring.
Where can I get more information?
If you still have any questions regarding what you can expect at A-Fest, please email us at email@example.com.
Important To Know
You’ll need a visa to enter Jordan. For most nationalities, a visa can be obtained upon arrival, it will cost a 40JOD (around $56USD). If your country is not included in this list, you will be able to obtain a visa either online or through the embassy. Please contact the Jordanian Embassy in your country of residence to get accurate information. Click here to see if your country is eligible for a visa upon entry. Your passport should be valid for at least six months and must remain valid for at least six months after your entry into Jordan. One blank page is required for your entry stamp.
The average high temperature in May in Amman, Jordan, is 27.8°C, while the average low temperature is 13.5°C. In the Dead Sea area, it’s 33°C / 23°C.
Arabic is the official language in Jordan.
The local currency is the Jordanian dinar (JOD).
The Time zone in Jordan is GMT+3. Please note that weekends in the Middle East are Friday and Saturday.
All power sockets in Jordan provide a standard voltage of 230V with a standard frequency of 50Hz. You can use all your equipment in Jordan if the outlet voltage in your own country is between 220V-240V. For Jordan there are five associated plug types, C, D, F, G, and J.
No vaccinations are required to travel to Jordan.
The tap water in Jordan is classified as safe to drink. However, while the water is considered safe and can be used for things like bathing, brushing teeth and washing fruits and vegetables, it is advisable to drink bottled water when possible. It can be a bit salty and sometimes have a peculiar taste.
Flying drones are not permitted in Jordan.