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= JOD=1 GBP
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What to spend your Dinars on

  • An ice-cold soft drink

    0.4 JOD

  • 10 km taxi journey

    3.1 JOD

  • Tuck into a traditional falafel sandwich

    0.5 JOD

  • Camp overnight at the Wadi Rum valley

    20 JOD

  • Woven rug bought at the market

    30 JOD

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Must-sees in Jordan

  • Petra
  • Uncover the mysteries of Jordan’s famous lost city, Petra – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can marvel at the stunning architecture and hidden passages built into the rock of the surrounding mountains.
  • Amman
  • There’s plenty to see and do in the capital, including visiting the 2,000-year-old Roman Amphitheatre and the vast Jordan Museum, where you can soak up the history of the country.
  • Dead Sea
  • As one of the world’s oldest tourist destinations, the Dead Sea offers incredible views (like the Mujib Nature Reserve) and fascinating cultural sites, such as Lot’s Cave and Kerak Castle.

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Shell out your dinars

The dinar has been the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan’s official currency since 1950, replacing the Palestinian pound. Although generally more expensive than some of its neighbouring countries, such as Syria, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, there are still plenty of bargains to be found here.

A meal at a high-end restaurant will typically cost just shy of 11 JOD per head and a tip of around 10% will be expected. Elsewhere, frugal sorts can pick up some decent street food for as little as 1 JOD. Tipping in Jordan is more or less mandatory, but the amount really is up to you – inclusive service charges rarely go to the person that you dealt with, so a few token dinar will be much appreciated.

Frequently used banknotes

The dinar is exchanged in five different note denominations: 1 (dark green – also available as a coin), 5 (orange), 10 (blue), 20 (light green) and 50 (pink). Several coins are also in circulation, including smaller denominations known as “qirsh” or “piastres” (there are 100 qirsh to one dinar), but the most commonly used are ¼, ½ and 1 dinar coins – you may want to carry a stash of these as they are useful for smaller purchases and tips.

Buying Jordan Dinars online is easy

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*The figures provided are indicative only and are there to provide an idea of the amount of travel money you may need during your trip.

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