Makkah Sightseeing

At Noori Travel for your Hajj and Umrah journey to Makkah and Madinah we offer breath-taking sightseeing tours. Below you can see some of destinations that you may visit as part of ziyarat in Makkah.

This facility can be added along with transportation that you book with us.

 

 

  • Jabal e Soor

This is a mountain located in the lower part of Makkah. The significance of this mountain is that the Prophet SAW took refuge in this cave along with Hazrat Abu Bakar RA.

Please note you might not be able to come out from the car

   
  • Ground of Arafat

This a plain located about 20 kms from Makkah. All the pilgrims on Hajj must neccesarily go here else the Hajj is invalidated. This is also of significance as all the mankind will gather here on the day of judgement.

Please note you might not be able to come out from the car

   
  • Jabl-e-Rehma

 This is where the Prophet SAW gave the last sermon from.

Guide will drop you here for a while so you can pray at Jabl -e-Rehma

 
   

Mosque Nimra

This mosque is situated in Arafat. There are only two prayers . offered in this mosque each year. Which are Zuhur and Asar jointly offered on Hajj day. Rest of the days the mosque remians empty and the outer courtyards are open for nawafil prayers. But inner halls remain closed.

Please note you might not be able to come out from the car.

   
  • Muzdalifah Ground

This is an open level area on the way to Mina and Arafat. Pilgrims come here on Hajj day and spend the night in open air as a compulsary part of Hajj. And then offer Maghrib and Isha prayers jointly here.

Please note you migh not be able to come out from the car.

   
  • Mina & Jamarat

Mina is also an essential part of Hajj. All pilgrims must spend a few nights here. There's a bridge in Mina known as the Jamarat bridge. There are three pillars known as Shaitaan there. Pilgrims must stone all these to complete their Hajj.

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  • Jabl e Noor

Also known as the mountain of light is located in the Hejaz area of Makkah. This mountain houses the famous Cave of Hira where the Prophet SAW received his first revelation from Allah. The cave is about four arms length long. And it takes about 2 hours to reach there as the mountain is very tough to climb.

Please mote you might not be able to come out from the car.

   
  • Mosque Jin

Mosque Jin is also known as Mosque Haras. The Prophet SAW along wtih Hazrat Abdullah Bin Masood RA went there and recited Quran to troops of Jin. The Prophet SAW also drew a circle with his foot for Abdullah Bin Masood RA to sit in, while he recited the Quran.

Please note you might not be able to come out from the car.

   
  • Janat ul Mualla

This cemetary has graves of many relatives of Prophet SAW, namely his wife, grand father and other ancestors. Also known as Al Hajun, it is located north of Masjid ul Haram.

Please note you might not be able to come out from the car.