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5 star Umrah Deluxe Packages 2020
7 Days Deluxe Umrah Package 2019 Starts from Rs 75000/- Per Person
( 3 Nights Makkah + 3 Nights Madinah )
10 Days Deluxe Umrah Package 2019 Starts from Rs 105000/- Per Person
(4 Nights Makkah + 5 Nights Madinah )
15 Days Deluxe Umrah Package 2019 Starts from Rs 150000/- Per Person
(6 Nights Makkah + 8 Nights Madinah )
Hotels in Makkah : Hilton Tower / Al Shoada Hotel
Hotels in Madinah : Al Haram Hotel / Dar Al Hijra Intercontinental
Deluxe 5 star Umrah Packages 20202 from Pakistan Includes :
- Accomodation in Makkah Hotels Infront of Haram Quad Sharing Room Only
- Accomodation in Madinah Hotel Al Haram / Dar Ul Hijra Quad Sharing Room with breakfast
- Complete Visa Processing including normal Visa charges
- Transport (Jeddah-Makkah-Madinah-Makkah-Jeddah)
- Complete Meet & Assist during entire stay
- One Jumma-tul-Mubarak at Makkah & one in Madinah
- Double Umrah with Tawaf-e-widah
- Ziaraat in Makkah & Madinah
- Subject to Gulzar Travels terms & conditions
Deluxe star Umrah Packages 2020 from Pakistan terms and conditions :
- Child will be considered from 2 years to 10 years of age.
- Infant will be considered from 1 day to 2 years of age.
Deluxe star Umrah Packages 2020 from Pakistan Requirements:
- Original NADRA Passport which should be valid minimum 8 months.
- 4 Passport size photographs with white backgrounds.
- Name of Mehram & Relation will be required in case of lady.
- Original Computerized National Identity Card.
- NADRA child registration Certificate will required in case of child.
- NOC will be required in case of Government Employee.
- POLIO VACCINATION CARD will require for children than 15 years
5 Star Umrah Packages from Pakistan 2020 – 2021 News Update
Saudi Arabia will allow pilgrims living inside the country to undertake the Umrah pilgrimage, beginning on October 4, after a seven-month pause due to the coronavirus pandemic, state news agency Saudi Press Agency has reported.
In March, the country had declared a freeze on Umrah, which is an Islamic pilgrimage to the holy cities of Mecca and Medina undertaken any time of the year, attracting 19 million people last year.
The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah is developing a mobile application that will be available a week before the Umrah resumes, so that pilgrims can register and book on it. They will also need to follow the health guidelines provided in the app.
- Saudi Arabia has allowed citizens and residents to start performing Umrah on Sunday at 30 percent capacity
- The pilgrimage which can be undertaken at any time of the year will open for Muslims from abroad starting November 1
Arab News Updated , As Saudi authorities partially lifted a coronavirus ban on performing the Umrah last week, Pakistani tour operators who arrange the pilgrimage each year rejoiced, offering special prayers in anticipation of international pilgrims once again being allowed into the Kingdom, starting November.
Saudi Arabia — which suspended the Umran and held a largely symbolic Hajj earlier this year to curb the spread of the coronavirus — on Sunday allowed citizens and residents to start performing Umrah at 30 percent capacity, or 6,000 pilgrims a day. The number of pilgrims will be increased to 15,000 per day from October 18, 2020, and the pilgrimage will open for Muslims from abroad starting November 1.
“Saudi Arabia has revived Umrah after eight months of lockdown in a phased manner and in a perfect way which is a very good step and people are rejoicing the decision by offering nafl [non-obligatory] prayers,” Affan Zeeshan, the chairman of the Sindh zone of the Hajj Organizers Association of Pakistan (HOAP), told Arab News on Monday. “It is a ray of hope for Pakistani religious tourism organizers.”
“I was in touch with the people who performed the Umrah on the first day and they gave very
good feedback,” Zeeshan added. “The whole system was very well organized with all SOPs [standard operating procedures] implemented.”
The Umrah, a pilgrimage that can be undertaken at any time around the year, drew 19 million visitors to Saudi Arabia last year.
In Pakistan, the suspension of the pilgrimage has grounded the religious tourism business, with almost 80-90 percent companies shuttering due to the pandemic or switching to alternatives trades.