Once Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) had said that Umrah in Ramadan is like accompanying him on Hajj. This explains the significance of Umrah performed during the holy month of Ramadan. It is always a wonderful feeling for every Muslim to be in the Masjid al-Haram during the month of Ramadan, performing his or her lesser pilgrimage. You would feel as if you are accompanying The Almighty Allah's messenger (peace be upon him) on Hajj, standing beside him on the plains of Mount Arafat, being a part of his camp in Muzdalifah and performing Tawaf and Sa'i with him.
The Ramadan Umrah packages allow you to live this heartwarming experience. Although most of the Islamic scholars are of the opinion that performing Umrah is not compulsory, it is held in high regard in the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Muslims residing in the United Kingdom (UK) always look forward to Umrah packages that allow them to visit the holy city of Makkah during Ramadan and perform their Umrah. Such packages also give them a golden opportunity to get rewarded with more virtues and seek forgiveness for their mistakes from The Almighty Allah.
Your Umrah in Ramadan would also give you the chance to witness the rare sight of so many Muslims from different corners of the world breaking their fasts sitting together. A feeling of brotherhood is what surfaces instantly in your heart, despite the fact that the people with whom you are sharing your iftar are complete strangers to you. You would go through a deep spiritual experience when you see everyone around you striving for the blessings and mercy of The Almighty Allah just like you.
It is important to note that Makkah witnesses a heavy rush of Muslims coming from different parts of the world during the holy month, and, for this reason, the pilgrims choosing our Ramadan Umrah packages need to prepare themselves to cope with such massive crowds. If you are travelling with your family members, make sure that you do not get separated from each other.
Deciding upon a meeting point can be extremely beneficial, as all of you can meet at a particular point in the event you are separated for some reason. Our Umrah experts can provide you with all the necessary guidance and tips that would help you in making your journey of Umrah memorable and hassle-free.
Pilgrims who choose to perform their Umrah during the holy month would have greater convenience if they take only the essential items, as this helps in keeping the luggage lighter. Local currency, clothes, toiletries, medications, and items for daily use are the things that cannot be avoided. However, there are certain unnecessary items that increase the weight of luggage and cause great inconveniences for you.
Owing to the large crowd, you would find it difficult to sit near the pillars. Instead, you can choose to spend your time reading the holy Quran or making supplications while waiting. You can prepare your notes of supplications well in advance while planning other activities, such as visits to all the important Islamic sites nearby. Our Ramadan Umrah packages would help you in exploring all the interesting places nearby with stays in hotels located close to all the important Islamic sites of Makkah.
Simply Hajj and Umrah offers cheap Umrah packages for living this wonderful experience and fulfilling one of your religious aspirations during the holy month of Ramadan. This would be a unique opportunity for you to get the best deals on your flights and accommodation. These budget-friendly packages also give you the chance to save a considerable amount that can be utilised for your time spent in Makkah during the sacred month of Ramadan.
Whether you are making your journey to the holy city alone or with the members of your family, it is always advisable to book our Ramadan Umrah packages well in advance, as they get booked faster owing to the religious significance of Umrah in this particular month. Those opting for our 5 Star Umrah packages would get the benefit of staying in hotels that are located just a few steps away from Masjid al-Haram and Masjid al-Nabawi.