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Off-peak flights from £399
Upgrade to direct flights for an extra £89
Flights during Easter/Ramadan £669
* Subject to availability


(Jeddah to Makkah)

Taxis from £65
Upgrade to a luxury GMC (6 people sharing) £30
* Subject to availability


(per night)

4 star during off peak periods £75
Upgrade to a closer hotel (300m) £20
Premium 5 star hotels start from £155
* Prices based on double occupancy rooms


(per person)

Requires a minimum of 2 weeks from £79
* Subject to availability



When travelling for Umrah, you’ll need to book flights, and possibly several. Choosing the right flight can really make a difference, and there are several factors to take into consideration – but you must choose the balance that works for you.

a) Price is probably the number-one thing to think about. Flights can be expensive and you don’t want to spend more of your travel budget than is necessary.

b) Think about what airline you’ll be flying with. Does the airline fly direct to Jeddah/Madinah? How long is the stop-over if it’s indirect? – is the chance of delay worth the saved money? Choose an airline you’re happy to fly with.

Direct flights are always better than indirect. Currently there are 2 airlines that offer direct flights from the UK to Saudi Arabia: British Airways and Saudi Arabian Airlines.



The key aspect of the hotel would have to be its proximity to the Masjid both in Makkah and Madinah. Do your research and ensure that the distance you have been advised is the actual distance. You’ll find this tool very useful: (click to open map page) Makkah and Madinah.

The further the hotel, the more walking you’ll be doing – you’ll be making 5 trips there and back for the daily prayers. If you are given a map pointing out the hotels, showing you the distance from the Masjid and photos of rooms, then this is a good indication.

The closer the hotel is to the Masjid, the easier it is for you.



According to the regulations, the first journey from Jeddah Airport to your hotel in Makkah must be pre-booked. Any quotation that we send you will include this in the price. However all other ground transportation is optional.

For other journeys there are two options:

a) The Saudi Arabian Public Transport Company (SAPTCO) runs to and fro coaches several times daily from most parts of the country at cheap rates. The coaches run at fixed times between Makkah and Medina and also Medinah to Jeddah. The website has more information however it may be out of date. Click here.

Disadvantage of using SAPTCO coaches include; users experience much greater delays than in private transport due to the very large number of people that are trying to secure them. During busy periods coaches are usually very chaotic and unorganised. The quality of the coaches would vary greatly.

b) The alternative is to use private transportation. This means that the service is exclusive to your package; they are pre-booked and generally maintain a certain standard. All taxis are air-conditioned (for obvious reasons). Please note that delays due to traffic or road blockages by traffic police are very common and unavoidable for both government and private transport.



In order to perform Umrah you are required to obtain a Visa from the Ministry of Hajj or Saudia consular services.

Each applicant for an Umrah visa must apply through an authorised, licensed UK travel agency. These agencies must have signed contract with Saudi companies or establishment to provide Umrah visas services. Umrah visas are not valid for work or residency.

To obtain an Umrah Visa a completed original Umrah visa application form must be submitted to your agent. Two recent passport size colour photograph with a white background should be attached to the application form. Passports should be valid for at least 6 months and a vaccination certificate against Meningococcal Meningitis should be attached. Please note Umrah visa is valid for 30 days only.


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