You will have to fill out the visa application and provide the documents. Then you mail us will all the documents so that we can process your visa. You will also have to review your confirmation so as to make sure that your reservation is exact. If any alterations are required then you have to make it at that time, as later at a certain period of time changes in reservation will not be allowed.
We will start processing your visa, while confirming your land package and flight itinerary. Once the procedure gets over you will receive a package with your day-to-day itinerary, passport & visa, airline tickets and finalized invoice, confirmation and your identification card and laminated luggage tags to place on your luggage.
You have to review all the documents and confirmations to make sure that there are no mistakes in the arrangements. If there are mistakes in your reservation, you can contact us to make the corrections.
The representative will meet you after the customs process. You will not be served during the customs process, but will be served soon after you receive your luggage and exit the customs area. Our representative will keep in touch with you and accordingly inform you of your next destination and provide help.
If Arafat is on a Friday, then many describe it as Haj Akbar (Big Haj). There is no big or small Hajj. There is only one Hajj. Every year is Hajj Akbar. The 10th day of Dhul Hijja is described in The Qur'an as Yaum-ul-Hajjil-Akbar.
Yes. A husband is strongly advised not to object as his wife is seeking permission to perform a duty commanded by The Almighty. Obedience to the command of The Almighty supersedes everything else, including a husband's objection.
You can exchange traveler’s cheque or cash at the designated bank. If you are carrying cheque, ensure that you are carrying the receipt along. However it is advisable to carry cash. Check useful links for more details.
It is not required to visit Medina before or after the completion of your Hajj rites. However, if you have the resources and time, visit Medina. It occupies an important place in Islamic history. Most Hajj travel packages include a visit to Medina. There are lots of historical sites in Medina that are worth visiting. These visits are not part of the Hajj rite.