Visit Malta & Jordan (May departures) depart from London or Cardiff £57 / Bournemouth, Bristol, Edinburgh or East Midlands £61 @ Ryanair
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Visit Malta & Jordan (May departures) depart from London or Cardiff £57 / Bournemouth, Bristol, Edinburgh or East Midlands £61 @ Ryanair

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Posted 25th MarEdited by:"reindeer333"
More departure destinations include Aberdeen (£57), Exeter (£57)& Liverpool (£61) Excellent price to visit two interesting countries. Hand luggage only.

Sample dates for Malta to Jordan (relevant for all UK departure destinations), you just need to fit your UK inbound and outbound flights to Malta around these dates:
May 4-7, 4-11, 7-14, 11-14, 11-18, 14-21, 21-25

There are likely to be more too.



Example complete Bournemouth itenary (£61):

Bournemouth to Malta 9th May
Malta to Jordan 11th May
Jordan to Malta 14th May
Malta to Bournemouth 16th May / 23rd May
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Worth noting £40 visa on arrival for Jordan
peradon18 h, 30 m ago

Worth noting £40 visa on arrival for Jordan


Visa fees are waived if you purchase the Jordan Pass ahead of time. It will include entries to many sites, including Petra. This is promoted by the government.

We used it last time we went and it was totally worth it.
jordanpass.jo/
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Thanks for the find, such a shortage of deals on ofholidays on this forum.
Booked Exeter to Malta........... Cheers OP
Worth noting £40 visa on arrival for Jordan
peradon34 m ago

Worth noting £40 visa on arrival for Jordan


Worth it though
peradon36 m ago

Worth noting £40 visa on arrival for Jordan



peradon25/03/2019 15:05

Worth noting £40 visa on arrival for Jordan


Can it be done online?
peradon25/03/2019 15:05

Worth noting £40 visa on arrival for Jordan


40?! Jesus that's gone up, it's was 20 when I went 6 years ago!
dealerxxx3 h, 26 m ago

Can it be done online?


No, and you need it in dinar currency as well.
Wow, great find, thanks. 🔥
Where is Jordan?
rodman26/03/2019 07:26

Where is Jordan?


On the red sea, opposite Egypt, next to Israel and Saudi Arabia, it's quite a nice country, just not much there. No where near the kind of resorts as Egypt.
peradon18 h, 30 m ago

Worth noting £40 visa on arrival for Jordan


Visa fees are waived if you purchase the Jordan Pass ahead of time. It will include entries to many sites, including Petra. This is promoted by the government.

We used it last time we went and it was totally worth it.
jordanpass.jo/
drivay50 m ago

On the red sea, opposite Egypt, next to Israel and Saudi Arabia, it's …On the red sea, opposite Egypt, next to Israel and Saudi Arabia, it's quite a nice country, just not much there. No where near the kind of resorts as Egypt.


I've been to all of those countries and I'd say Jordan was most enjoyable. It's tourism infrastructure is obviously not as developed as Egypt but there are several good options with private beachss in Aqaba such as Movenpick and Kepminsky and the DoubleTree there is beautiful. And for about a third/half of the price as Taba/Sharm in Egypt, you get much more for your buck
I'd definitely recommend a trip to Jordan. Petra is otherworldly (always wanted to go since I saw Indiana Jones!) and the Dead Sea is the only place on the planet you can float in the sea!

But my favourite part is the Wadi Rum desert where there are Bedouin camps and you can sleep under the stars. No sound or light pollution so it feels like you're in a dream. Including a meal, less than £8 a night.
Nice for WhatsApp HUKD to use the picture of the arch (Azure Window) from Malta/Gozo that is no longer there


bbc.com/new…196
chapsuk16 m ago

Nice for WhatsApp HUKD to use the picture of the arch (Azure Window) from …Nice for WhatsApp HUKD to use the picture of the arch (Azure Window) from Malta/Gozo that is no longer there https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-39207196


I was about to say the same as i was there when it collapsed
great find...im off to Malta on sunday...4 day return was £39 return base fare, but the chance to return to jordan may onwards....hmm....i would love to return to Petra..
drivay25/03/2019 19:09

40?! Jesus that's gone up, it's was 20 when I went 6 years ago!


Huh it was never £20 always been £40.
a_ghara27th Mar

Huh it was never £20 always been £40.


I definitely paid 20 dinar when I arrived in amman,

http://s8319.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/DSC03218.jpg that's an entry stamp the same year I went, 20 dinar!
Jordan is really expensive, it's about 1 dinar to pound, coupled with the visa fee has put me off totally.

Bear in mind Ramadan so you may want to avoid travel from last week of Apr to mid June.
Edited by: "zaheer2003" 31st Mar
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