Jordan - Consulate of Georgia in Aqaba

You are a Jordanian citizen or you are from Georgia and are looking for information on the consulate of Georgia in Aqaba situated in Jordan. A consulate in Aqaba could be a small honorary consulate or a bigger consulate general of Georgia. It all depends on the importance of Aqaba and Jordan in the relationships with the government of Georgia.

Sorry there is no consulate of Georgia in Aqaba !

However, Georgia could have more than one consulate in Jordan besides Aqaba.

When Georgia has more consulates located in Jordan ouside of Aqaba you can find them mentioned below.

Otherwise you can also contact the embassy of Georgia in Jordan of which you will find details also below.

The difference between consulates found in Aqaba are the level of powers and size of these consulates. Some consulates are the bigger consulate-general and usually can assist in a wide scope of consular matters. Other smaller consulates are often manned by private citizens and are called honorary consulates. These honorary consulates often have limited powers and do not issue visas or passports.

All consulates of Georgia in Jordan besides Aqaba

Or the embassy of Georgia in Jordan

Georgian Embassy in Amman, Jordan 31, Odeh Abu Tayeh Shmeisani P.O. Box 851903 Amman 11185 Jordan
Email: - Tel: (+962) 6 560-37-93 - Website:

Consulate Appointment in Aqaba

Most consulates in Aqaba need visitors to make an appointment for a visit. Call or email the consulate of Georgia in Aqaba first for information on opening hours and appointments. Please be aware that most smaller consulates and honorary consulates often do not issue visas or passports or offer any consular assistance at all.

Travel Insurance

When you travel to Aqaba do not forget to buy a comprehensive travel insurance. You can get sick, miss your flight, personal belongings can be stolen or you can have an accident and need a doctor or hospital in Jordan or Georgia.

Moreover, when you apply for a visa at the consulate in Aqaba please note that many embassies and consulates can ask you to show proof of a valid travel insurance with extensive coverage.