28 Day Hajj Package 2020
4 sharing (Quad room): £5750 Per Person
3 sharing (Triple room): £6000 Per Person
2 sharing (Twin room): £6350 Per Person
Airline – (AIRLINE, TRAVEL DATES & TIMES – TBC)
- Departure: 18th/19th July 2020 @ 15:00 | London – Jeddah
- Return: 13th/14th August 2020 @ 13:35 | Madinah – London
Departure Time18th/19th July 2020 @ 15:00 | London – Jeddah (TBC)
Return Time13th/14th August 2020 @ 13:35 | Madinah – London (TBC)
Included5 Litres Zam Zam WaterAirline TicketsComplimentary MealsIslamic/Group Tour GuideMakkah/Madina AccommodationPrivate AC Tents in MinaQurbaniTransfersVisa
Mina and Arafat services
Pre Hajj seminar & Support
Additional Complimentary Services
- Transport from Nottingham/ Birmingham to the departure airport & Return.
- Breakfast, lunch and evening meals in Makkah and Madinah. (Pakistani/Indian menu only)
- Bus service for Tawaaf-e-Ziayarat (Mina to Makkah only).
- Free 5 Litres Zam Zam Water Per person.
- Gift pack
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HAJJ 2020 – ITINERARY
27/28 DAY PACKAGE
PLEASE NOTE – THE BELOW ITINERARY (NUMBER OF DAYS IN MAKKAH AND MADINAH) IS SUBJECT TO TRAVEL DATES, FLIGHT TIMES & THE ISLAMIC CALENDAR.
18th/19th July – Insh’Allah we will be leaving from London Heathrow Airport. Flight –
TO BE CONFIRMED
19th/20th July – We will arrive at Jeddah Airport (Hajji Camp) and from here we will make our way to Makkah Hotel – Golden Najd. (the time taken from Jeddah Airport to the hotel in Makkah is unpredictable). Upon arrival you will be allocated with your rooms. Once settled the group will go together to perform Umrah. However, if you choose to go alone you may do so.
19th/20th July - 28th July** – You will be staying in Makkah during these dates. During this time, you are encouraged to read your namaz in Haram which is close by or if you choose to perform more Umrah’s then you can do so. During these dates you are able to do as you please and prepare yourself for Hajj...
**Ziayarat in Makkah** - (religious sites) – Subject to date changes in the Islamic calendar the group will go for Ziayarat in Makkah. Places that may be visited are Mount Heera, Mount Thur, Mina, Arafat (jabal rahma), and Muzdalafah. Along this route we will also see the following places if access is possible; the graveyard of Jannat –Al-Mala, Masjid Nimra (Arafat), Masjid-Al-Khayf and Masjid Jinn.
29th July – The first of the 5 days of Hajj. Late night on the 28th July to early morning on the 29th July, Hajjis will be advised to put on their Ihram and prepare to leave Makkah for Mina. Buses will take us to our group’s private tents in Mina (The European camp).
30th July – We will be leaving Mina to Arafat. This day is the day of Arafat and it is the most essential day of the Hajj rituals. During this time individuals should try to do Zikr, read Quran and make dua to Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala. Insha’Allah the religious guides travelling with the group will give a short speech at some point during the stay in Arafat.
After sunset (Magrib Time) the group will move from Arafat to Muzdalfah (Our time of moving location is dependent on the number we are allocated). Upon arrival to Muzdalfah, as a group or as individuals you are required to offer Salat-ul-Magrib & Isha in the valley of Muzdalfah. Here is where individuals will collect the pebbles for Rami Al-Jamarat (stoning shytan).
Due to congestions & traffic jams, long delays may occur. Also keep in mind; facilities are very limited in Muzdalfah.
31st July – The group will leave Muzdalfah for Mina. From here the group will go together to perform Rami Al-Jamarat (stoning shytan). A member of the organisers will go to offer Qurbani on your behalf. Once qurbanis are done, individuals will be required to cut their hair.
1st August – The group will leave Mina after Fajr to go for Tawaaf-E-Ziayarat. Transport will be provided from Outside Mina Camps to Makkah only. Individuals will be required to complete their own Tawaaf-E-Ziayarat.
A time will be set for when the group will be leaving Makkah to head back to Mina. On the way back to Mina the group perform the second day of Rami Al-Jamarat (stoning shytan) and head towards the Mina camps where the group will spend the night (please note this return to Mina will be walking).
2nd August – This will be the last day of Rami Al-Jamarat (stoning shytan). As Individuals or as a group, we will perform Rami Al-Jamarat (stoning shytan) and from thereon are advised to walk back to the hotel in Makkah. Transport is provided from Mina to Makkah should you wish to use this however no group organiser will be accompanying that transport back to Makkah (please note it can take up to 6 hours to get from Mina to Makkah and coaches will not be able to reach the hotel as the roads around the hotel will be closed).
For those who are unable to walk, we advise that they prearrange for a wheelchair and someone who will be able to push them for that trip. Should individuals wish, we can arrange for them to leave Mina after Fajr and take transport which will be from Outside Mina Camps, back to Makkah (please note this will be at their own expense).
2nd – 3rd August – We will be staying in the hotel in Makkah. You will be required to perform Tawaf-al-Widha during this time.
4th August - The group will be leaving Makkah to head to Madinah. On arrival in Madinah, the group will Check-In to Diwan-al-Khuzami Hotel and you will be allocated your rooms.
4th – 13th/14th August** – Individuals will be reading namaz in Masjid-Al-Nabi and will be free to do as they wish within Madinah.
**Ziayarat in Madinah** - (religious sites) – Subject to date changes in the Islamic calendar the group will go for Ziayarat in Madinah. Places that may be visited are Mount Uhud and the battlefield, The site of the Battle of Khandak (Sabah Masajid), Masjid Al-Qiblatain, and Masjid Quba.
13th/14th August – The group will be leaving the Madinah hotel towards Madinah Airport to leave Saudi Arabia which will bring about the end of your journey Alhamdulillah.