Jordan lies in the Middle East. The country has borders with several countries, including Israel, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The climate in Jordan is dominated by the country’s desert landscape. Besides this arid desert climate, Jordan has a warm Mediterranean climate in the highlands above the Jordan Valley and the mountains of the Dead Sea. The best times to travel to Jordan are spring and autumn. Then you avoid the summer heat and the cold winters. Jordan has plenty to offer for adventurous holidays: beautiful rock formations and waterfalls; valleys carved by rivers, and vast desert landscapes. Also, you can spot unique species such as the Oryx, wild donkeys and the Nubian ibex, or you can follow the ancient trade route: the King’s Highway. Ultimately, the capital Amman and the Dead Sea are well worth a visit. Whatever you plan to do whilst on holiday in Jordan, always take into account the risk of diseases and protect yourself against the fierce sunlight. Malaria does not occur in Jordan. Our KLM Health Services experts gladly tell you which vaccinations you require for Jordan and what else you can do to minimize health risks during your stay. Click here to make an appointment with one of our nurses.
Jordan vaccinations: the most common risks
In Jordan, various (tropical) diseases are prevalent to which you are likely not resistant. The right vaccines can protect you against these. Please view our list of the most common health risks and diseases in Jordan and read which specific vaccinations you require.