UMRAH RAMADAN 2024

25TH MARCH - 11TH APRIL

What is included in our package?

Flights

Return flights included with this package (including 46kg luggage)

Visas

E-Visas are included (Umrah Visa Upon Request)

Transport

Ground Transport in Saudi Arabia on air conditioned coaches

Accomodation

Hotels will be Provided within walking distance

Umrah Guide

An experienced Umrah guide will provide ziyarah trips and spiritual advice

Atol Protection

Financial protection for your trip when booking our package

Package details

Ramadan Umrah Package

Duration

Travelling from 25th March to the 11th April

Hotels

Makkah Worth Elite Hotel Deyar Al Eiman Hotel (or similar)

Airline

Umrah Guide

Accompanied by one of our experienced operators, who’s purpose it to elevate your journey of a lifetime.

What to expect on your journey?

ITINERARY

25TH MARCH

Flight departure 15:00 from London Heathrow airport (arrive approx 3 hours before) Landing Jeddah at 00:05

26TH MARCH

After check in at Makkah Worth Elite Hotel, group leader will take you for Umrah (time may vary). You are free to perform Umrah at anytime

28TH MARCH

Ziyarah at 8am led by the our experienced group leader

30TH MARCH

Leaving Makkah for Medina at 2pm, check in to Deyar Al Eiman Hotel.

2ND APRIL

Ziyarah at 8am in Medina led by our experienced group leader

11TH APRIL

Flight departure via Medina airport at 22:20, Jeddah to London Heathrow at 06:40

Our Prices Per Person

We offer competitive prices and easy payment plans upon request, relieving stress of costs.

Double Room

£2650

Triple Room

£2450

Quad Room

£2300

How to book?

You can contact us via 024 7676 3011 or email info@londonprestige.co.uk to book with one of our travel agents. Fill out our forms and be added to the list, places are not guaranteed due to limited availability, be sure to book now to reserve your places. 

Reserve Your place with a simple form

I agree as lead passenger that it is my responsibility to inform all members in my booking of the terms and conditions of London Prestige Ltd and to adhere to them, along with providing any relevant documentation required to gain the visas. I have read/understood them and have provided information to the best of my knowledge. I accept and understand that the package is subject to change. I understand that it is my responsibility to submit valid passports upon request from London Prestige Ltd. Please note that by sending this form it does not imply that you have secured a booking, rather it states your interest.

F.A.Q.

Things people want to know about Umrah

Umrah is a pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia, which is performed by Muslims at any time of the year. It is considered a lesser pilgrimage compared to Hajj but holds great significance in Islam.

The prerequisites for performing Umrah include being a Muslim, being in a state of ritual purity (Wudu), having the necessary travel documents and visa to enter Saudi Arabia, and being physically and financially capable of undertaking the journey.

Performing Umrah is believed to bring numerous spiritual benefits, including seeking forgiveness, strengthening one’s faith, connecting with Allah, and experiencing a sense of spiritual rejuvenation. It is considered a highly rewarding act of worship in Islam.

Umrah and Hajj are both Islamic pilgrimages to Mecca, but there are some key differences between them. Hajj is obligatory for every able-bodied Muslim at least once in their lifetime, while Umrah is non-mandatory but highly recommended. Hajj has specific rituals performed over a designated period during the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah, whereas Umrah can be performed at any time of the year.

  1. Ihram: Entering the state of Ihram by wearing special garments for men and observing specific conditions for women.
  2. Tawaf: Circumambulating the Kaaba seven times in an anti-clockwise direction.
  3. Sa’i: Walking between the hills of Safa and Marwa seven times, retracing the steps of Hajar (Hagar), the wife of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham).
  4. Halq or Taqsir: Shaving the head completely or trimming a portion of the hair, symbolizing the end of the Ihram state.
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