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Umrah With Dubai Holidays
Special Holiday

Umrah With Dubai Holidays

12 Nights / 13 Days

  • Umrah Visa
  • Hotels
  • All Meals
  • Transportation
  • Ziyarat
  • Sightseeing
On Request
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Umrah With Turkey Holidays
Special Holiday

Umrah With Turkey Holidays

12 Nights / 13 Days

  • Umrah Visa
  • Hotels
  • All Meals
  • Transportation
  • Ziyarat
  • Sightseeing
On Request
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Umrah With Holiday Packages

Exploring the insights of Makkah and Madinah is not the only thing to experience under Umrah with holiday packages. As travelers, you have an additional opportunity to explore the best of Dubai and Turkey with our specialized Umrah packages with Dubai Holidays and Umrah with Turkey Holidays.

Have you been thinking of performing Umrah in 2024 or ahead in the company of your near and dear ones? If yes, then you have come to the right place, with a reliable travel partner available for you to book affordable Umrah packages from India and head towards the second-highest pilgrimage of the Islamic religion. We are here to offer your Umrah group packages at affordable prices along with Umrah private packages including luxury hotels, preferred travel dates, and all-inclusive Umrah facilities for you. So, what are you waiting for, book pre-built or customized Umrah packages from Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur, Lucknow, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, or anywhere across India.

Umrah with Dubai Holidays

Perform the religious act of Umrah by booking our Umrah with holiday packages, including the additional exploration of Dubai. Get a chance to visit Makkah, Madinah, and Dubai under the same package that we offer to you at an affordable price.

Key highlights of Umrah with Dubai Holidays

  • Explore Makkah
  • Explore Madinah
  • 4 Nights in Dubai
  • Return Flights
  • Dubai City Tour
  • Dubai Desert Safari
  • Dubai Airport Transfer

Umrah with Turkey Holidays

If you wish to visit Turkey in the company of near and dear ones, then you’ve come to the right place. Here, we offer you Umrah with Turkey holidays as per on-demand basis travel requirements. Perform the sacred act of Umrah by staying for four nights in Makkah and four nights in Madinah. Followed by the religious act, get ready to explore the architectural sites and historical significance of Turkey after booking our Umrah with Turkey holiday packages.

Key highlights of Umrah with Turkey Holidays

  • Explore Makkah
  • Explore Madinah
  • 4 Nights in Turkey
  • Return Flights
  • Istanbul City Tour
  • Bhosphorous Cruise
  • Turkey Visa
  • Airport Transfer

Best Places to Visit During Umrah

Apart from the holy pilgrim, that will be covered under the Umrah package 2024 at a cost-effective price. You will also get 1zto to see manifold places to visit in Madinah during Umrah and in Makkah also. That’s the reason, go through the list of places covered in Umrah with holiday packages. 

Masjid-Al Haram

Also known as the Great Mosque of Makkah, Al-Masjid Al-Haram is one of the largest mosques in the world which encompasses the Kaaba in Makkah. It’s considered one of the significant locales to visit when one intends to perform Umrah since, at the core of this mosque, devotees bow before their Lord Allah with their faces directed to the Kaaba. In fact, people begin the performing of Umrah, which is one of the Islamic pilgrimages from this place. The most crucial ritual among the acts of worship carried out at this pilgrimage is tawaf, which is one of the most auspicious responsibilities toward God that every Muslim can embark on during the Umrah.

Jabal al-Nour

An impotently called either as Hill of Illumination or Mountain of Light, Jabal al-Nour is associated with a grotto called Gar-e-Hira. According to the literature of Islam, it is the center where the initial Quranic addresses from Allah, with the help of the angel Jibreel, were conveyed to the Prophet Muhammad. This is why Hira Cave is among the most worthwhile places that need to be visited on a voyage to Umrah.

Mount Arafat

Sometimes referred to as Mount of Mercy or Jabal al-Rahmah, Arafat Mountain is a significant site for Muslims involved in the hajj journey. This is the area where those people who come for pilgrimage worship Allah and carry out some special acts.

Jannat-al-Mu’alla

Certainly, there are numerous other sites, but one of the most important for Muslims is the Jannat-al-Mu’alla, and it is the tomb of many of the prophet’s ancestors and relatives. It is highly situated to the north of Al-Masjid Al-Haram, and one can cover a distance of about one kilometer in fifteen minutes on foot. This cemetery is rather popular among people because it is a traditional burial ground and there are many souls that need to be honored and respected.

Masjid-e-Ayesha

Masjid-e-Aisha, or Masjid e Taneem, is the second-largest mosque in this Holy city of Makkah and is one of the oldest buildings in the city of Makkah, which places it on the ‘must-see list’ for any pilgrim undertaking umrah pilgrimage. These sites are located near one of the most sacred places on earth, the Kaaba. Here one can put on Ihram which is a cube-shaped cloth without any seams to be worn by pilgrims.

Mina

‘City of Tents’, or the City of Mina, is provisional accommodation that is provided to the hajj performers in air-conditioned tents. This hotel is strategically located near the Masjid-al-Haram and this makes it very possible to visit during the Umrah pilgrimage.

Masjid-e-Nabawi

It is a stunning mosque situated in the holy city of Madinah, and after the Umrah pilgrimage, people must visit this glorious structure of Al-Masjid an-Nabawi. Altogether, according to Islamic culture, this place is regarded as the burial place of Prophet Muhammad.

It is one of the largest mosques in the world, and it has the capability to host millions of people who come to perform Tawaf. Offering prayer at this holy mosque is among the most recommendable activities that any Individual could engage in during Umrah.

Masjid-al-Quba

The Quba Mosque is found in the outskirts of Madinah in KSA, and it is the first mosque that was built in the history of Islam. This mosque receives a mammoth number of visitors all year through, and it is one of the most prominent sites to be visited while in Umrah. It is also the second-biggest mosque in the holy city, and during the fasting month of Ramadan, literary and cultural activities take place here in large numbers.

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