Normally Saudi Embassy will start issuing Hajj visas 2-3 weeks after Ramadan and will continue doing so for about 4 weeks. Normally, Visa will take only 2-3 days for early birds but it will take up to 1-2 weeks for late comers. So, we advise you to register early so you can get your Visa early.
If your paper work is in order and you register early, we can virtually inshaallah guarantee that you will get a Hajj Visa.
Yes you can. You may have to pay extra for the stop over depending on the Airlines. You may also encounter problems and inconvenience if you arrive in Saudi Arabia alone not accompanying our main group from UK.
Once you have made a reservation and paid a deposit, you will be contacted by one of our sales representatives to assist you in the remaining information needed to complete the reservation. After the reservation is complete, you will receive a confirmation, a visa application, a list of required Visa documents and an invoice of your remaining balance.
We will then start on your visa processing, which could take up to 2-3 weeks. Once everything is complete you will receive a package with you day-by-day itinerary, passport with visa, airline tickets, your identification card and luggage tags to place on you luggage.
Most likely yes but we need more information about your situation to give you the best advise.
The best thing for a Muslim is to be buried next to Prophet Mohammed or his companions so to accomplish this in case of death we recommend every hajjee to give us a prior written consent for Saudi Arabia burial.
The most agreed upon rule of thumb in regards to packing for Hajj is Pack Light. We emphasize this simply because there is not much you need to take for the actual Hajj days, and for the remainder of your time, a lot of what you need is available in Saudi Arabia at great costs. However, a general list of necessary things to pack is as follows: Weather is very mild in Saudi Arabia during Hajj so take only comfortable and light clothes. Small Quran, Hajj book, prayer rug, sandals, medications for diarrhea, cough/cold, fever/headache (in original packages), note pad and pen, sunglasses, and a jacket or sweater. Clothing requirements for the Ihram, including a leather belt with an area to keep money and other things that must be carried.
More information can be found in hajj reminder list, which will be sent to our customers before departure to Saudi Arabia
Major Credit Cards are acceptable in hotels, major malls and jewelry shop. So we do recommend taking at least on credit card to cover gift purchases.
Theft and Pick Pocket is a major problem during Hajj, so we recommend you to take travel checks as much as possible. The total amount of money (Cash & Travel Checks) that you need depends on the following: -Is food covered in your program or not -Some emergency money (We suggest £300-£500) -The amount of gifts you are planning to purchase.
Yes, you can if you provide us with a copy of your “conversion to Islam” certificate or an official letter from your local Islamic centre attesting to your conversion to Islam.
Yes, all you have to do is to ask your local Islamic center to write an official letter certifying that you are known to them as “a husband and a wife”.
Yes, groups will be accompanied by guides who have experience in performing hajj. Also, for specific religious guidance and lectures, we have arranged for a Shayk to accompany each group
Luggage is stored safely at the apartments in Azizziyyah
This can be done through services provided by the hotel, although there are other laundrettes around the local areas who also offer this service, often at a cheaper rate.