Sunday, March 26, 2017

Planning Ahead for Hajj and Umrah 2017

At least one visit to the holy cities of Mecca and Madinah is the dream of every Muslim devotee.Hajj is a pious and obligatory pilgrimage that every able bodied Muslim should take during the 40 days of the month of Ramadan. Umrah, on the other hand, is a pilgrimage that can be taken any time during the year and is not obligatory to Muslim devotees.Planning of the visit to holy cities is by and large done in advance so that the accommodation and tickets for travel can be easily booked. Planning beforehand is essential as millions of people visit Mecca all throughout the year and it gets almost difficult to make instant bookings.

Travel Packages for Visit to the Holy Cites

Many countries make special arrangements like special flights for their citizens who wish to take these pilgrimages. Apart from help provided by the government, many travel agencies have attractive packages for people who plan to travel to Mecca and Madinah. These agencies provide thorough help to the travellers ensuring that none of them face any difficulty during the whole pilgrim. From passport and visa arrangements to ticket and hotel bookings, the Hajj 2017 packages UK are inclusive of all such services.

Customization of Travel Packages

The packages available for the holy travel can be customized according to the requirement of travellers. The Hajj and Umrah packages UK can be planned considering the number of days of travel, the number of members in the group, type of hotel they wish to stay at, the number of rooms required, visa and passport facilities and the transport arrangement at the destination if required. The devotees can choose the services they wish to includeand exclude the ones which they consider are not important for their travel.

1 comment:

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