Jordanians and Residents : 1JD per person, per day
Non-Jordanian accomodated visitors (Visitors who have spent an overnight in Jordan)
One day entry: 50 JoD
Two days entry: 55 JoD
Three days entry: 60 JoD
Non-Jordaniain non-accomodated visitors (Visitors who have not spent an overnight in Jordan): 90 Jod
All children under 15 yrs. irrespective of nationality: Exempt from all charges
Additional optional costs
Hire of a Carriage (from Entrance Gate to Khazne): JD 20
Hire of a Carriage (from Entrance Gate to Qasr al-Bint): JD 40 (This service will only be provided to the “elderly” (no age limits set yet) & persons with “Special Needs” (not yet defined))
Hiring of a Camel (From Khazne to Qasr al-Bint): JD 10
Hiring an official Guide (Main Spine [Ancient City Tour]): JD 50
Hiring an official Guide (Deir Trail): JD 20
Hiring an official Guide (High Place of Sacrifice): JD 20
Telephone number of the Visitor’s Centre: +962 (0)3 215 6020
Where the money goes
JD 21 of the total cost of the ticket is paid to the Ministry of Finance; the balance goes to the government authority that manages the Region of Petra, the Petra Development Tourism Regional Authority (PDTRA). 25% of moneys sent to the Ministry of Finance accrued from entrance fees, are allocated in the annual budget to the PDTRA and 10% to the Petra Archaeological Park (PAP) for conservation activities.
The site is open from 6am to 6pm during the summer and from 6am to 4 pm in winter. The Park police try to move tourists out of the site before dark because the terrain is difficult to manage in the dark.
Click here to see the old entrance fees structure.