Hajj and Umrah

Hajj and Umrah Packages

Hajj and Umrah are spiritual journeys undertaken by Muslims who seek the blessings of Allah.

They earn spiritual merits and offers pilgrims an opportunity for self-renewal.

Both the pilgrimages involve certain common rites that are completed by the pilgrims undertaking the holy journeys. However, the main difference between Hajj and Umrah lies in their method of observance and level of significance.


What is Hajj?

Hajj is the annual Muslim pilgrimage that is considered one of the five pillars of Islam. The rites performed during this journey were established by Prophet Muhammad. However, based on the Quran, these rituals can be traced back to Prophet Ibrahim, who was asked to leave his wife and son in the desert of Mecca. According to Islamic beliefs, performing these rites with faith in Allah represents submission to god and earns merit.

What is Umrah?

Umrah is the Islamic pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca that can be performed at any time of the year.