Traveling during the month of Ramadan to perform Umrah isn’t always easy, especially if you want to do it during your holiday as well. The good news is that there are plenty of Ramadan Umrah packages that can make your journey as easy and comfortable as possible, no matter what you’re hoping to get out of it! To find the best ramadan umrah packages, follow these simple tips…
Why Choose Our Hajj & Umrah Packages?
If you’re looking for an affordable, yet the high-quality journey to Mecca and Medina, look no further than our Ramadan Umrah packages. We pride ourselves on offering cheap Ramadan Umrah package deals that are also inclusive of everything you need to make your journey successful. If you’re planning on visiting Saudi Arabia during Ramadan, our packages make it easy to get there with all included transportation, accommodations, meals at airports, prayer mats, and hotel transfers. We encourage you to choose us as your travel partner when visiting Saudi Arabia – because we believe in providing a service that is second-to-none!
Know Your Options
There are many types of ramadan umrah packages on offer, so it’s important to know what each type offers in order to be able to make an informed decision. For example, there are Group Tours packages where you will be traveling alongside a large group. This can prove beneficial in lots of ways. You’ll have security and safety in numbers, making you feel less nervous about your trip; you will also have companionship for all or part of your journey as well as access to plenty of shared resources such as guides, vehicles, and guides. On the downside, if you don’t like your travel companions or they don’t match up with your expectations then that could ruin some or all of your holiday experience. A private tour is something else entirely.
What To Expect During The Hajj/Umrah
During Hajj, it is compulsory to visit Makkah. In fact, that is where you need to begin your pilgrimage. However, when planning your trip to Saudi Arabia during Hajj or Umrah there are a few things you need to consider. Some travel agents make sure that they include Madinah in their package while others do not. If you are thinking about spending some time in Madinah during your stay in Saudi Arabia, there are some important aspects that you must consider before deciding which package suits your needs best.
There are many reasons why you should consider a trip to Makkah or Madinah during your Hajj or Umrah. Before I explain those reasons, let me first give you some brief history of both places: In ancient times, Makkah was known as Bakkah which means a built-up place in Hebrew, because Abraham first built a house there for his son Ishmael. Later it was called Mecca, meaning mother of all settlements in Greek. According to Islamic scripture, Prophet Adam’s son Seth is also buried there.
Visiting Medina and Mecca As Part Of A Hajj Package
If you can only choose one country to visit during your stay in Saudi Arabia, we would strongly suggest visiting Medina and Mecca. A great way to see both cities at once is by choosing a Hajj package that includes both. During your visit, keep in mind that all Muslims are required to travel to Mecca at least once in their lifetime for the hajj, which occurs during a specific season each year. However, if you’re not Muslim or you can’t make it out for Hajj, there are still plenty of incredible Islamic monuments in both cities including Jabal al-Noor, Jannat al-Baqi Cemetery (where many of Muhammad’s companions are buried), Medina Gate Archway and The Tomb Of The Two Imams among others.
The Importance of Makkah and Madinah during Hajj or Umrah
Ultimately, going on a hajj or umrah pilgrimage is about much more than mere sightseeing; it’s an opportunity to reconnect with your faith and purge yourself of worldly distractions. We hope you’re able to take full advantage of all that a trip can offer by planning in advance, being flexible, respecting others around you, and giving back. And remember: your spiritual cleansing extends well beyond just your time in Saudi Arabia—it also requires daily reflection as you embark on your new year back home. But with proper planning now, we hope you’ll be able to make something meaningful out of a potentially hectic holiday season.