• 1-3 Apr, 2019
  • Aqaba, Jordan
  • $300 Members
    $800 Community
    $600 Marketplace

Traveler Information


As part of AdventureNEXT all delegates are welcomed on multi-day adventures within the region for first-hand, rich adventure travel experiences. The trips are available to most members for a nominal fee while a limited number of buyers and media are eligible for complimentary experiences. More information will be available soon. For examples, see last year’s pre-adventures and post-adventures.

Passports & Travel Visa

A passport with a validity of at least six months and a visa are required for single entry to Jordan. Visas are required and for most nationalities, can be obtained upon arrival. Some nationalities and multiple-entry plans require obtaining a visa prior to arrival. We strongly encourage you to review this list to check the visa requirements or contact your local embassy.

For delegates who are citizens of countries that require a visa, the ATTA can provide you with an invitation letter to assist you in your visa application. Registered delegates only, fill out the Visa Letter Request Form. Your invitation letter will be delivered by email as a PDF file within five business days.


The month of April generally has very pleasant temperatures. The average maximum temperature lies around 31.0°C (87.8°F). With a water temperature of around 22.0°C (71.6°F), it is actually a great month to swim. Visitors to Aqaba during the month of April should plan on bringing a t-shirt and shorts. The amount of rain is extremely low with an average of 3mm (0.1in).


As with all ATTA events, the attire is ‘Adventure Casual’. Adventure Casual means jeans or pants with a shirt or fleece, on occasion you may see a sport jacket or very casual dress. A light jacket or sweater is recommended for the evenings. Pre-Adventures may have specific packing requirements; you’ll receive this information ahead of time from your activity provider.

Even though Jordan is primarily a Muslim country, the freedom of all religions is protected. Some traditional Muslim and Christian women choose to wear clothing that covers their arms, legs and/or hair, however, this is by choice only and no one is subject to these customs. Regardless, very revealing clothing is not appropriate and conservative dress is advisable for Aqaba as this year the venue is relatively far from Amman.


Please check with your hotel for additional information on internet connectivity. There will be free WiFi internet access during AdventureNEXT at the Hyatt Regency Hotel.


The electrical system in Jordan is based on 220 AC volts, 50 cycles. The most commonly used electrical outlets in Jordan are: Type CType FType G. Visitors from North America will need a converter and adapter.


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