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Jeddah: Mecca and Medina 7-Day Umrah Tour Package with Hotel
Take the difficulty of planning out of your Umrah with this 7-Day Mecca and Medina tour package. Enjoy hotel transfer and a stay in luxurious 5-star hotels along with a guide.
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- Feel a sense of divine presence during as you offer prayers at the Holy Kaaba
- Explore significant Islamic landmarks in Mecca and Medina on your pilgrimage
- Benefit from the guidance of a Mutawwif, enhancing your overall experience
- Visit prominent sites such as Masjid al-Haram, Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, and more
- Experience local culture at Abu Bakr Al Siddiq Road, and visit the As-Salam Gate
DescriptionDay 1: Arrival in Jeddah Get picked up at your hotel to start your 7-day trip. It is recommended that you make your Umrah on the same day of arrival if you are arriving by flight. Pilgrims must make the intention to Umrah or Hajj before crossing the designated Miqat or in alignment with the Miqat while on a plane. Miqat is a principal boundary set by Prophet Muhammad at which Muslim pilgrims intending to perform the Ḥajj or Umrah must enter the state of Iḥram. It is Sunnah for pilgrims to cleanse the body after obligatory prayer or supererogatory prayer before Umrah. Be accompanied by a Mutawwif (Umrah tour guide) who will be responsible for guiding and taking care of you through your Umrah step by step. (Optional) Ahram clothing includes men’s and women’s garments worn by Muslim people while in a state of Iḥrām can be provided. Arrive at Al Kaaba Al Masjid Al Haram, the biggest mosque in the world. It is able to host a million worshippers and covers an area of 356,800 square meters. At its epicenter is the Holy Kaaba, covered in black and gold cloth. Stay overnight in Mecca. Day 2: Mecca Have breakfast, then enjoy prayers and spiritual time at the Holy Kaaba. Sleep overnight in Mecca. Day 3: Mecca Tour After breakfast, start your tour by visiting Masjid Taneem, a mosque in the Al-Hil area about five miles away from the Holy Kaaba, in Taneem. This is a big mosque with facilities for baths, ablution, and changing, available for pilgrims and those who come to offer regular prayers. Visit the Exhibition of the Two Holy Mosques Architecture. It shows rare collections of the Two Holy Mosques and the development of their architecture throughout history. Additionally, it shows the achievements in their development and services provided to them from the era of the late King Abdulaziz Al Saud until the era of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. Stay overnight in Mecca. Day 4: Medina Enjoy breakfast, then get driven to Medina and dropped off at your hotel in Medina for the night. Day 5: Medina Tour Have breakfast, then start your tour by visiting the Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, Al-Masjid an-Nabawi, known in English as The Prophet’s Mosque, is a mosque built by the Islamic prophet Muhammad in the city of Medina in the Al Madinah Province of Saudi Arabia. Visit Masjid Ad Dar, then drive to The place of the Battle of Uhud, a historical landmark in Medina. Continue to Masjid Al Qiblatayn, a mosque in Medina believed by Muslims to be the place where the final Islamic prophet, Muhammad, received the command to change the Qibla (direction of prayer) from Jerusalem to Mecca. Drive to The place of the Battle of the Trench. The battle is named after the “trench,” or the khanda, that was dug by Muslims in preparation for the battle as an act of defense. The Quba Mosque is a mosque located on the outskirts of Medina. Initially, the mosque was built 6 kilometers off Medina in the village of Quba before Medina expanded to include this village. Then visiting The as-Salam Gate, literally meaning the Gate of Peace or Tranquility, is one of the major and oldest gates of Masjid al-Nabawi and is located on the western side of the Rawda e Rasool. Originally built by Caliph Omar circa 640 CE (18 Hj.) in the western wall of the mosque. During the various extensions of the mosque, this door was also moved westward in the same line, and today, it is not in its original location. Driving in Abu Bakr Al Siddiq Road. Then visit the wadi al-aqiq walkway, Wadi al-Aqeeq runs along the western side boundary of Madinah. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) referred to it as the blessed valley. At the end, drive to Al-Noor Mall. It is the largest mall in Madinah in terms of size and number of stores and merchandise. It is among the most popular malls visited by tourists and residents. Sleep overnight in Medina. Day 6: Medina Sit down for breakfast in the morning, then join prayer and spiritual time at the Prophet Mohammed Mosque. (Optional) Join a trip to Al Ula. Start your tour by visiting the Hegra, also known as Madain Saleh or Al-Ḥijr, which is an archaeological site located in the area of AlUla within the Al Madinah Region in the Hejaz, Saudi Arabia. A majority of the remains date from the Nabatean kingdom. The site constitutes the kingdom’s southernmost and largest settlement after Petra, its capital. Later, stay another night in Medina. Day 7: Departure Following breakfast, take a transfer to the airport and get assisted through your final departure.
Includes3 Nights hotel accommodation in Mecca on bed and breakfast basis 3 Nights hotel accommodation in Medina on bed and breakfast basis All transfers Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle English-speaking tour guide Entry fees
- Only Muslims are allowed in the city of Mecca (Makkah)