5 visa-on-arrival or visa-free trips you can take from Amman for you next Adventure

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It’s cold, you’re waiting through the after-work traffic of Amman. Wherever you go—Abdoun, Shmesani, Abdali— you can’t seem to escape the traffic. As you stare at a billboard for Ryanair flights out of Amman, you ponder, maybe the travel life is for me?

Well, we are here to give you the destinations—that, as Jordanians—allow you to fulfill your heart’s content, without any need to worry about visas or any paperwork.

Tunisia

The Carthaginians, the great ancestors of modern-day Tunisians, were originally a colony of ancient Phoenicians, so going to Tunisia is like visiting that cousin who went to live somewhere a little far. Different but feels like home for any Jordanian; you’ll get used to the accent in no time!

Explore ancient ruins such as Carthage and Dougga, and experience the blend of Arab, Berber, and Mediterranean influences. Enjoy the Mediterranean coastline, with its pristine beaches and resorts in cities like Hammamet and Djerba, Embark on desert excursions, camel rides, and visit the stunning landscapes of the Sahara.

Nepal

The only flag made of two triangles, which should be enough reason to go…

Not a fan of vexillology? Well, what about the beautiful Himalayan mountains, the rugged landscapes teeming with the possibility of spiritual and mystic reconnection with oneself, and amazing food.

Trek through the breathtaking scenery of the Himalayas, including the iconic Everest Base Camp trek and Annapurna Circuit. Discover spiritual enlightenment in Kathmandu’s temples and monasteries, including the famous Boudhanath Stupa.

South Africa:

The Rainbow Country is as beautiful as it is complex. The tip of the African nation has a beautiful mashup of cultures and foods, drawing inspiration from the melting pot of diversity that places such as Johannesburg have become.

Explore world-renowned national parks such as Kruger, home to the Big Five (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, rhinoceros). Marvel at the diverse landscapes, from the iconic Table Mountain in Cape Town to the picturesque Garden Route. Experience the blend of African, European, and indigenous cultures in cities like Cape Town, Johannesburg, and Durban.

Vietnam:

Fan of spicy food and noodles? Look no further than Vietnamese cuisine. The mashup of Buddhist temples, lush forests, and the vibrant nightlife of Hanoi & Saigon are unmatched.

Cruise through the stunning limestone karsts of Ha Long Bay, trek in the terraced rice fields of Sapa, and relax on the beaches of Da Nang. Learn about  the Cu Chi Tunnels and the Imperial City of Hue, and explore ancient towns like Hoi An. Indulge in Vietnamese street food, from pho and banh mi to fresh spring rolls and seafood dishes.

Cuba:

Cigars aren’t the only thing that Cuba offers. From the best of Caribbean cuisine in the streets of Havana, to the rugged countryside, to the vintage cars, Cuba feels very much like the Lebanon of the Caribbean, and in the best way possible!”

Wander through the colorful streets of Havana Vieja, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and admire its colonial architecture and lively atmosphere. Experience Cuba’s vibrant music scene, from salsa clubs to live performances in the streets, and learn to move to the rhythm yourself.

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