“(The performance of) ‘Umrah is an expiation for the sins committed (between it and the previous one). And the reward of Hajj Mabrur (the one accepted by Allah) is nothing except Paradise.” [Bukhari]
The significance of Umrah is clarified in this Hadith. The major and most eminent purpose of Umrah packages is to clean one’s soul from the sins committed in past. People book Umrah tickets usually go on Umrah tours individually or in smaller groups. Seeing the rise of Umrah travelers, Al-Wahab tours has introduced new Umrah packages to make your holy journey easy and even more memorable.
Book Umrah package is one of a kind with carefully curated itineraries, you will experience everything that the holy cities of Makkah and Medina offer. In addition to visiting Ka’ba and Masjid Nabwi, you will also get a chance to tour historic mosques, places of importance from the Prophet’s (PBUH) life, and much more. Use this opportunity to get closer to your faith by learning about the life of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the history of Islam.
What makes this tour unique is that you will be accompanied by Mufti Abdul Wahab who will be guiding you through each site, adding to your knowledge about these holy places. Book Umrah now and Make the most of your time in the holy city of Jerusalem.
You must be UK resident
Valid UK passport holder
You must be at least 18 years old if traveling alone
Minors must be accompanied by a guardian
Proof of double vaccination
Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months until after the tour’s return date
You must submit copies of all relevant travel documents at least a week before departure
According to Sharia law, you must be accompanied by a male mahram for umrah and hajj, i.e., father, son, brother, grandson, maternal or paternal uncle, grandfather, nephew, father-in-law, and son-in-law
You may only get a visa for umrah on a non-British passport if:
• You have an “indefinite stay” endorsement on your passport
• You are here to stay with your spouse who is a British National
• You are here on a work permit
• You are here on a student visa