Saudi Arabia: 13 days booked completely for Ramadan Umrah


Bookings for Umrah or a small pilgrimage in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during the holy month of  Ramadan are completely reserved for the first 13 days of the month.

According to a media source, bookings for Umrah are no longer accessible in the first 13 days of the month in the Kingdom as it is completely booked. According to the media report, many people booked reservations for Umrah during the holy month of Ramadan.

Ramadan is the busiest season for Umrah in Grand Mosque in Mecca, Saudi Arabia. According to the Nusuk app, reservations have been made for the 13 days of the month, including the last 10 days of Ramadan. There is also a massive demand for Umrah on the remaining six days of the holy month.

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The Kingdom has announced Umrah permits during the holy month of Ramadan. Pilgrims can obtain permits to perform Umrah during the sacred month by logging into the Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah’s Nusuk app. The Umrah permits can be purchased through the Nusuk app. The Nusuk app is under the guidance of the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, a government ministry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

After logging into the Nusuk app, pilgrims would receive the visas and permissions to perform Umrah and their booked packages, electronically.

Reportedly, nearly 800,000 Muslims from other countries have so far registered for undertaking Umrah in the Kingdom. Abdul Rahman Shams, the assistant undersecretary of the Ministry of Hajj for Umrah affairs, reportedly said, “The number of pilgrims from outside the Kingdom, who have registered on the Nusuk platform to perform Umrah during Ramadan, has reached nearly 800,000.”

Muslims with personal visas, visit visas and tourism visas are allowed to perform Umrah during Ramadan in Saudi Arabia. They can also visit Al Rawda Al Sharifa, where the tomb of the Prophet Mohammed is located in the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, a city in western Saudi Arabia.



Raven Ruma is a professional journalist with a keen eye on domestic and foreign situations. His favorite pastime is to keep the public informed about the current situation through his pen and he is fulfilling this responsibility through the platform of Arab News.

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