Planning a trip to Jordan in September? September is somewhere between summer and autumn in the northern hemisphere, and it’s a great time to visit Jordan – especially if you don’t love hot weather.
September is one of the most popular months to visit Jordan, because of the pleasant weather; gone are the sweltering days in Aqaba, but the cold winter nights of the year haven’t yet arrived either. I’m planning my next trip to Jordan in September or October, since I’ve only ever visited in the spring before.
Below you’ll find the basics of what Jordan weather in September is like and how to prepare for it. I’ve also included travel tips and a few special events that happen in Jordan during September, to help you make the most of your time in the country.
Average Temperatures in Jordan in September
September marks the transition from summer to fall in Jordan. Consequently, this month brings cooler temperatures, with the average high in the capital city of Amman hovering around 86°F (30°C) and the average low dipping to a comfortable 64°F (18°C). In other areas, such as Aqaba, the average high can reach 95°F (35°C) – luckily, the Red Sea breezes provide a break from the heat.
Average Weather in Jordan in September
As you can see from the temperatures, the Jordan weather in September is mild and comfortable. It is generally sunny and dry, with little to no rainfall. The humidity levels are low, making it comfortable to explore the country’s outdoor attractions. In short, it’s easy to understand why September is the start of the popular autumn season for visitors!
Travel Tips for Jordan in September
If you plan to visit Jordan in September, here are some travel tips to keep in mind:
- It’s the beginning of the high season. September in Jordan is synonymous with great weather and that means tourists flock to the middle eastern hotspot to enjoy all the things it has to offer. Be ready to find tons of crowds wherever you go.
- Everything will be more expensive. Jordan isn’t a cheap destination regardless of the season you visit, but in September, accommodation, flight, and tour prices soar.
- Book accommodations in advance. As September is a highly popular time to visit Jordan, it’s best to book your accommodations well in advance to avoid any last-minute hassles.
Don’t forget to check out my Jordan packing list, as it’s perfect for ensuring you bring the right clothing and items for your trip.
September Events in Jordan
Unfortunately, I didn’t find any special events happening in September (unlike most other months of the year!). If I hear of any new ones, I’ll add them here – or if you know of any yourself, please let me know in the comments.
Have any other questions about September weather in Jordan and visiting during this month? Let me know in the comments below!