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Domestic Package

About Kashmir PARADISE ON EARTH "Agar firdous baroye zameen ast, hami asto, hami asto, hami ast" (Amir-E-Khusru Dehluvi) For centuries the beauty of the Valley of Kashmir has charmed its visitors. Jahangir, the famous Mughal emperor, described Kashmir as the Paradise on Earth. Bernier, the first European to visit Kashmir, writing in 1665 said: ?In truth, the kingdom surpasses in beauty all that my warmest imagination had anticipated?. The saucer shaped valley of Kashmir lies in the very heart of the Himalayas with a length of 84 miles, breadth of 20-25 miles and an average mean height of 5,600 feet above sea level. The valley has a lot to offer to both the pleasure seeking tourist and the adventure seeking tourist. First among the places of interest to be described must be Srinagar, the city of the Sun and the summer capital of Jammu & Kashmir. National Highway (NH1) connects Srinagar to Jammu via the famous Banihal Tunnel. The picturesque drive from Jammu to Srinagar zigzags through the mountains and is lined with pine and furtrees. Srinagar airport has direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai and all major airlines have daily flights to Srinagar. Located in the heart of Kashmir Valley, at an altitude of 1,700 meters, Srinagar is famous for its Lakes and Mughal Gardens. The Dal and the Nigeen Lake enhance its picturesque setting while the salubrious climate makes the city an attractive all season destination. Located on the shores of the Dal Lake, the Royal Springs Golf Course provides picturesque settings for a game of golf. Designed by Robert Trent Jones the course was voted as the best golf course in India. At an hour?s drive from Srinagar Airport, lies the mesmerizing meadow of flowers- Gulmarg. A popular tourist destination for decades, Gulmarg boasts of the worlds highest 18 hole Golf Course and is famous for winter sports. According to Sylvain Saudan, world?s best known adventure skier and an honorary citizen of Kashmir, Kashmir offers a skiing area as wide as the Northern and Southern Alps brought together. Ninety kilometers from Srinagar, is Pahalgam or the Valley of Shepherds. The main charm of Pahalgam lies in its natural scenery and the views of the mountains. Pahalgam serves as the main camping ground for various treks. Other than the above mentioned popular tourist spots, Kashmir also has many other beautiful places such as Yousmarg, Sonmarg, LolabValley, Achbal etc.

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Hajj

Hajj - The Hajj is the annual pilgrimage to Makkah, Saudi Arabia. It is currently the largest annual pilgrimage in the world, and is the fifth pillar of Islam, a religious duty that must be carried out at least once in their lifetime by every able-bodied Muslim who can afford to do so.The Hajj is a demonstration of the solidarity of the Muslim people, and their submission to Almighty Allah. The pilgrimage occurs from the 5th to 12th day of Dhu-al-Hijjah, the 12th and last month of the Islamic calendar. Because the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar, eleven days shorter than the Gregorian calendar used in the Western world, the Gregorian date of the Hajj changes from year to year. In 2007, the Hajj was from December 17–21; in 2008 from December 6–10, and in 2009 it was from November 25–29. Ehram is the name given to the special state in which Muslims live whilst on the pilgrimage. The Hajj is associated with the life of Islamic Last Holy Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) from the 7th century, but the ritual of pilgrimage to Makkah is considered by Muslims to stretch back thousands of years to the time of Prophet Ibrahim. Pilgrims join processions of hundreds of thousands of people, who simultaneously converge on Makkah for the week of the Hajj, and perform a series of rituals: Each person walks counter-clockwise seven times about the Kabah, (the cube-shaped building) which acts as the Muslim direction of prayer, kisses the Black Stone (Hajr-e-Aswad) in the East corner of the Kabah, runs back and forth between the hills of Al-Safa and Al-Marwah, drinks from the Zam Zam Well, goes to the plains of Mount Arafat to stand in vigil, and throws stones in a ritual Stoning of the Devil (Rammi). The pilgrims then shave their heads, perform a ritual of animal sacrifice (Qurbani), and celebrate the global festival of Eid-ul-Adha. As of 2009, more than three million pilgrims participate in this annual pilgrimage. Crowd-control techniques have become critical, and because of the large numbers of people, many of the rituals have become more stylized. It is not necessary to kiss the Black Stone, but merely to point at it on each circuit around the Kabah. Throwing pebbles was done at large pillars, which for safety reasons in 2004 were changed to long walls with catch basins below to catch the stones. The slaughter of an animal can be done either personally, or by appointing someone else to do it, and so forth. But even with the crowd control techniques, there are still many incidents during the Hajj, as pilgrims are trampled in a crush, or ramps collapse under the weight of the many visitors, causing hundreds of deaths. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Hajj has a website, with the message, "Be peaceful, orderly and kind. No crushing." Pilgrims can also go to Makkah to perform the rituals at other times of the year. This is sometimes called Umrah. However, even if they perform the Umrah, they are still obligated to perform the Hajj at some other point in their lifetimes if they have the means to do so. Hajj Guidance - Remember, Hajj requires more of etiquette because a pilgrim has to spend six days in the company of an international assembly of people. Spirit of camaraderie and fraternity must be nurtured. It is out of the mercy of Allah that we are able to live long enough to witness the succession of the days and months, which bring the various seasons of mercy. Through such seasons, we can gain abundance of rewards. The Hajj season is one such blessed occasion. There are two types of people who witness this season: those who have not made the intention to perform the pilgrimage and those who have. It is incumbent upon every Muslim who is capable of performing Hajj to make the intention to go. It is therefore wise to fulfill the duty of performing Hajj at the first available opportunity. This is why the Prophet (PBUH) advised: ‘Hasten to (perform) Hajj for one of you does not know what impediment might come in his way’ (Ahmad) It is indeed, a serious neglect of our duty if we keep postponing the performance of Hajj. On Arrival - 1. Ihram at Meeqat. 2. a) Two Rakats Nafil and Niyah (Declaration of Intention) and Talbiyah must be performed for Hajj and Umrah combined (Qiran) or b) Two Rakats Nafil and Niyah and Talbiyah must be performed for Umrah only (Tamattu) or c) Two Rakat Nafil and Niyah and Talbiyah must be performed for Hajj only (Ifraad). d) Tawaf Qudoom in Makkah (Arrival Tawaf). e) Two Rakats Nafil / Drink Zamzam. d) Sai’e (running between Safa and Marwah). For Qiran maintain Ihram until Hajj. For Tamathu one can come out of Ihram. 08th Dhul Hijjah 1. Ihram from Makkah. For those residing in Makkah, Ihram is from place of residence. 2. Two Rakats Nafil and Niyah for Hajj and Talbiyah. 3. Arrival in Mina before Zuhr, Asar, Maghrib and Isha prayers and Fajr Prayers of 9th Dhul Hijjah. 09th Dhul Hijjah 1. After Fajr prayer, arrival at Arafat. 2. Zuhr, Asr shortened and combined in Nimra Mosque or wherever the tents have been put up in the camps. 3. Standing at Arafat, after sunset, departure to Muzdalifah without performing Maghrib prayers at Arafat. 4. Arrival at Muzdalifah, delayed Maghrib and Isha prayers with one Azan and two Iqamats combined. (Isha shortened). 5. Collect pebbles for Rami of jamra. Pebbles may also be collected in Mina. 10th Dhul Hijjah 1. Arrival at Mina after performing Fajr prayer in Muzdalifah. 2. Lapidation or Rami (casting stone) at Jamra Aqaba (Big Satan) before sun is past meridian. 3. Sacrifice animal. One lamb or sheep per person. Camel and cow can be shared by 7 persons. 4. Haircut or tonsuring of head. 5. Come out of Ihram. 6. Tawaf Ifadah/ Ziarah. 11th Dhul Hijjah 1. Lapidation (casting stones) at all the Three Jamarat after the sun is past meridian (seven pebbles at each jamra). 2. Stay in Mina. 12th Dhul Hijjah 1. Lapidation (casting stones) to be repeated as the previous day. 2. Leave Mina before sunset, perform Tawaf Ifadah if not performed yet. 13th Dhul Hijjah 1. If sun sets in Mina, stay there and do lapidation as on the previous two days after the sun is past meridian, leave Mina for hotel. 2. Tawaf Wida (Farewell Tawaf) when leaving Makkah for Madinah or home country. Talbiyah - Pilgrims are also recommended to repeat the traditional phrase declaring that they are responding to Allah’s call for them to offer the pilgrimage and complete it. They repeat these phrases as they go into Ihram. Labbaik Allahumma Labbaik. Labbaik Laa Shareeka Laka Labbaik Innal Hamda Wannimata laka walmulk Laas Shareeka Lak. “I respond to your call my Lord, I respond to you, there is not deity save you. All praise, grace and dominion belong to you. You have not partners”. Men should utter this aloud while women should say it silently. Repeat this Talbiyyah frequently, and engage in the praise of Allah, in supplication for forgiveness and in the enjoining of what is good and the forbidding of what is evil. Essential of pilgrimage There are four essentials of pilgrimage which must be done for it to be valid. Omitting anyone of these will invalidate one’s Hajj. These are: 1. Ihram. 2. Attendance at Arafat at the specified time. 3.The Tawaf of ifaadah and 4. Saie between Safah and Marwah. 5. A fifth essential is added by Shafie school of thought, which is to shave one’s head (for men only) or to shorten one’s hair. Restrictions of Ihram - In the state of Ihram the following acts are forbidden. 1. To cut or shave the hairs of head or body, till the sacrifice of animals is completed. 2. To cut the nails. 3. To wear stitched clothes (for men only). 4. To wear turban or cap or anything which covers the heads (for men only)? 5. To wear shoes or socks above the ankle. 6. To cover the face. 7. To hunt animals. 8. To fight or quarrel. 9. To have sex. Women in Hajj - 1. It is obligatory for women to cover the head. 2.Stitched cloth is allowed. 3. Any colour dress is allowed. Bukhari and Ahmed have reported that the Prophet (Pbuh) said: ‘A pilgrim woman must neither cover her face nor wear gloves”. This proves that the woman in state of Ihram should not cover her face and hands. On Menstrual Days - It is reported by Hazrath Aishah that once on a Hajj Pilgrimage when she experienced the monthly period the holy Prophet (Pbuh) noticing her inconvenience said: “There is no need to cry. This is something that Allah has made as a natural occurrence for daughters of Adam (Pbuh), meaning all women”. Most scholars are of the opinion that purification is not necessary for performing Sa’I between Safa and Marwah, in the light of what the holy Prophet (Pbuh) said to ‘Aishah once when she menstruated. He told her. “You may perform all rites (of Hajj) as other pilgrim’s do, except performing tawaf around the Kabah which you may do after you are clean and no longer menstruating”. ‘Aishah and Umme Salamah said: ‘A woman who performs the tawaf, offers to rakah prayer (by the Station of Ibrahim), and then finds that her period has started, may perform Sa’i between Safa and Marwah. “It is preferable, however, to various rites of Hajj or ‘Umrah, because cleanliness is commendable in Islam. 1. It is permissible for woman to enter the state of Ihram in case she has experienced menstrual period or child birth by performing the Ghusl (obligatory bath) and making the Niyat (intention) of Hajj or Umrah. She will have to recite Talbiyah. This is enough for her to enter the state of Ihram. 2. She may not offer the two rakats nafil salat of ihram until she is fully clean and performed the obligatory Ghusl. 3. After Ihram she may perform the duties of Arafat, Muzdalifa and Mina. 4. She may not perform tawaf in this state after reaching Makkah. 5. She may pray and recite Istaghafar and all other duwas. 6. If a woman fears that she may begin to menstruate she may perform the Tawaf Al-Ifadah early on the day of Nahr- 10th of Dhul Hijjah as a precaution against the menses. 7. If a woman (pilgrim) is afraid of her monthly period, she may perform the Tawaf of Kabah before throwing the pebbles at Jamarah and even before her sacrificial animal is slaughtered. 8. Women may touch and kiss the Black Stone when there is an opportunity and no men are around. It is reported that ‘Aishah said to a woman, “Do not crowd with others at the Black Stone, but if you find a chance, touch and kiss it, otherwise if there is crowding, then say a takbir (Allah is the Greatest) when you are opposite to it, and make y our tawaf and do not cause any harm to anyone. 9. Staying at Arafah means physical and mental presence in any part of Arafah, whether one is awake, asleep, riding, sitting, lying down, walking and regardless of whether one is in a state of purity or not, e.g., a menstruating woman. 10. Persons who for valid reasons, illness, etc., cannot themselves throw the pebbles on their behalf. Jabir said, “We performed Hajj with the Prophet (Pbuh) and we had some women and children with us. We (adults) uttered talbiah and threw pebbles on behalf of the children. “This was reported by Ibn Majah. 11. Abu Dawud and others reported from Ibn Abbas that the Prophet said, “Women pilgrims do not have to shave (their heads); they may only shorten their hair, Ibn ‘Umar said, “When a woman wants to cut off her hair, she may hold her hair at the front and cut it off about the length of the tip of a finger. Prohibited Act while in the state of Ihram - The following acts are prohibited during the state of Ihram: 1. Sexual intercourse as well as al sex-play and acts and talks of romance. 2. Quarrelling and fighting. 3. Hunting land animals. 4. To inform a hunter of the where abouts of an animal. 5. To aid a hunter in any way whatever. 6. To chase a wild animal. 7. To break an egg of a wild bird. 8. To injure any wild animal, even removing its feathers. 9. To sell wild animals. 10. To purchase wild animals. 11. To remove the milk of a wild animals. 12. To cook the meat or eggs of wild animals.

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International Package

Description: The United Arab Emirates (UAE) consists of the seven small emirates of Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al-Khaimah, Ajman, Umm Al-Qaiwain, and Fujairah, which were united as a federal state on 2 December 1971. Before the establishment of the oil economy in the early 1960s, two main orientations shaped traditional Emeriati culture: the nomadic desert-oriented Bedouins with small oasis farming within the broader context of the desert economy and culture, and the sea-oriented culture that revolved around pearling and sea trading. These subcultures were economically, politically, and socially interdependent, creating a common culture and social identity. The UAE shares significant aspects of its culture with neighboring Arab countries and the larger Arab culture. Dubai Tour Packages for 03 Nights & 04 Days Day 01 Arrive Dubai. After completing the immigration formalities, you will be transferred to your hotel. Rest of the day will be free for leisure. You can take some optional tour and just explore the city on your own. Overnight will be at the hotel. Day 02 Breakfast in the hotel. After breakfast, you will be taken for a half day city sightseeing tour of Dubai. Rest of the day will be free for leisure. Today you can also buy an optional Dhow Cruise. Overnight at the hotel. Day 03 Breakfast in the hotel. After that the full day is free for leisure. You can spend the day shopping in the large no. of shopping malls which are there in Dubai. In the evening, you can take an optional Desert Safari tour. Day 04 After breakfast in the hotel, you may have some time for last minute shopping (as per your flight schedule). Check-out and transfer to the airport for your return flight.

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Umrah

UMRAH GOLDEN PACKAGE A Visit to the House of ALLAH (S.W.T.)? Narrated Abu Huraira (Radi-Allahu 'anhu) : Allah's Apostle (Sallallahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam) said, "(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 Vol. 3 : No. 1 UMRAH TOUR ITINERARY:- DAY 01 Departure from International Airport (report 4 hours before departure) to arrive Jeddah same day and after clearing all the local formalities at airport we shall be proceeding to Makkah Mukarrama by AC coach to arrive on the same night. Here our stay will be of 07/10/20 days. In these 07/10/20 days perform Umrah and there will be OPTIONAL one day programme of local Ziyarat such as Mina, Arafat, Muzdalifa, Jabal-E-Noor, Jabal-E-Soor & Jannat-UL-Mala. DAY 07/10/20 After Zohar depart for Madina Munawwara by AC coach and arrive on the same day. Visit the 2nd most sacred place of Islam the Masjid-E-Nabvi,where our stay shall be of 07/10/20 days and in these days our blessed pilgrims shall have one day OPTIONAL program of local Ziyarat visiting all the Historical places in Madina i.e. Masjid-E-Quba, Masjid-E-Qiblatain, Saba-Masajid, and Jabal-E-Uhud. DAY 15/20/30 After Zohar, we shall leave for Jeddah International Airport to board our flight to India and arrive next day. Tour Concludes. Ex-Srinagar Ramadan-2018 Package Type Quad/Quint Sharing Triple Sharing Double Sharing 25 Shaban To 10 Ramadan Rs.85,000/- Rs.1,02,000/- Rs.1,17,000/- Ist 20 Days Rs.1,02,000/- Rs.1,12,000/- Rs.1,27,000/- Full Month Ramadan Rs.1,18,000/- Rs. 1,33,000/- Rs. 1,47,000/- Child without Bed (5 to 11Yrs) 65% of Adult Cost will be charged (with seat in a coach). Child with Bed (5 to 11Yrs) 85%of Adult Cost will be charged (with seat in a coach). Package Type Makkah Mukaramah Madinah Munawarah Star Hotel Hotel Amjad AL-Bait/Similar Hotel AL-Zehra Group/Similar Buffet facilities in Exclusive Dining Areas. Hotel Details - Makkah Mukarmah Hotel Dallah Ajyad/Hotel Final Rehab/Similar. Madina Munawarah Hotel Faroziya Al-Khair/Jawharat Al Rasheed/Similar. Features - Makkah - Stay in Star Hotel at 150-450 meters only, from Haram Sharif. Madina - Stay in Star Hotel at 50-100 meters only, from Masjid-E-Nabawi. Variety of Food provided by AL-BADAR Chefs. All road transfers by A/C Coach. Requirements - Indian passport valid for at least 06 months and 04 photographs 4 x 6 cm in size & 04 photographs passport size with white background. In case of foreign nationals long term Indian visa is required with P.O.I or O.C.I. card or travelling with an Indian passport holder (Related as Mehram). For more information on PIO or OCI card please visit : http://www.immihelp.com/nri/overseascitizenshipindia/ Tour Cost Inclusive of - Economy Class Air Ticket. Meet & Assist at Jeddah Airport. Umrah Visa (Second Entry Fees),Applicable If Approved By Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia. Stay for 07/10/20 Days in Makkah Sharief & 07/10/10 Days in Madina Sharief. Internal Transportation by A/C bus in groups. Daily Meals-Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Buffet system in Golden Class. Unlimted Laundry Facility. Ziyarat of Historical Places in Makkah Sharief & Madina Sharief. Room Sharing would be 4/5 Persons in a room. Complimentary items provided by the Tour Operator. Tour Cost Does Not Include - Room Service. If you travel individually other than group dates, you will bear the additional transportation charges. Additional stay other than group would be charged extra. No refund in case of unused services or lesser duration of stay. Separate family room for two / three or four persons would be charged extra. Travel & Medical Insurance. Tour operator is not responsible for the lost luggage. Tips and Porterage. Expenses of personal nature. Extra Luggage charges other than mentioned on ticket. Booking Policy - Pay a minimum of 50% per person to Book your tour. Balance amount to be paid 20 days before departure or the booking will get cancelled without informing. Note - The tour costs have been based on Net Airfare of Rs.38,000/- Ex-Srinagar, Chennai,Banglore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Rs.38,000/- Ex-Mumbai, Rs.32,000/-Ex-Delhi,34,000/ and Saudi Riyal at the rate @ Rs18.50/-.Any increase in the above rates at the time of delivery of passport before departures of the tour shall be collected from the passengers as per the prevailing exchange rate of that day. Flight schedule and Itinerary are subject to change without prior notice. Subjected to BTQ Passengers only. Subject to Srinagar Jurisdiction only. As per the government rules you are entitled to pay and take up to US $ 10,000/- under BTQ (Adult/Child) each year from RBI authorized foreign exchange dealers. Out of this entitlement of US $ 10,000/- the dollar component of the tour you choose shall be deducted from your BTQ to be paid abroad for your Hotels, Meals and making your tour arrangements. The tour dates and tour programs are provisional and subject to change without notice. All services are from Jeddah Airport. Given rates are Ex-Srinagar; fare difference would apply for departure from other cities. Departure Dates - (In Sha Allah): 23 November 2017.(Concluded) 17 December & 23 December 2017.(Concluded) 08 February 2018.(Concluded) 13 February 2018.(Conclude) 20 & 28 March 2018.(Booking Closed) Ramadan Departure Dates (In Sha Allah) : 20 May 2018. 03 June 2018. Cancellation Policy - Cancellations : If Booking Cancelled Before... 30 Days -20% of the Tour Cost will be charged to the traveler 20 Days -50% of Tour Cost will be charged to the traveler Less than 10 Days-100% of Tour Cost will be charged to the traveler Minimum Cancellation Rs 6,500. If cancelled after Original Passport Submission. Child Without Bed (2-6 Years) 65% of Adult Cost Child With Bed (2-6 Years) 85%of Adult Cost Note: Rates Are Subject To Change Without Prior Notice. Rates Are Valid Till 15/04/2018 ALL TOURS ARE SUBJECT TO VISA AVAILABILITY BY SAUDI GOVERNMENT. (*T & C Apply*) ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Only Ticket & Visa Available. Land Package Available For Travel Partners. UMRAH SILVER PACKAGE Price :: 85,000/- UMRAH GOLDEN PACKAGE Price :: 98,000/- UMRAH SILVER PACKAGE Price :: 85,000/- Umrah:A Visit to the House of ALLAH (S.W.T.)? Narrated Abu Huraira (Radi-Allahu 'anhu) : Allah's Apostle (Sallallahu 'Alaihi Wa Sallam) said, "(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 Vol. 3 : No. 1 UMRAH TOUR ITINERARY- DAY 01 Departure from International Airport (report 4 hours before departure) to arrive Jeddah same day and after clearing all the local formalities at airport we shall be proceeding to Makkah Mukarrama by AC coach to arrive on the same night. Here our stay will be of 07/10/20 days. In these 07/10/20 days perform Umrah and there will be OPTIONAL one day programme of local Ziyarat such as Mina, Arafat, Muzdalifa, Jabal-E-Noor, Jabal-E-Soor & Jannat-UL-Mala. DAY 07/10/20 After Zohar depart for Madina Munawwara by AC coach and arrive on the same day. Visit the 2nd most sacred place of Islam the Masjid-E-Nabvi,where our stay shall be of 07/10/20 days and in these days our blessed pilgrims shall have one day OPTIONAL program of local Ziyarat visiting all the Historical places in Madina i.e. Masjid-E-Quba, Masjid-E-Qiblatain, Saba-Masajid, and Jabal-E-Uhud. DAY 15/20/30 After Zohar, we shall leave for Jeddah International Airport to board our flight to India and arrive next day. Tour Concludes. Hotel Details - Makkah Mukarmah Hotel Oasis Diyafah/Fawad Al-Nasa/Similar. Madina Munawarah Hotel Golden Mubarak/Taba Al Salam/Mubarak Al Massy/Similar. Features - Makkah - Stay in Hotel at 500-700 meters only, from Haram Sharif. Madina - Stay in Star Hotel at 100-200 meters only, from Masjid-E-Nabawi. Variety of Food provided by AL-BADAR Chefs. Buffet facilities in Exclusive Dining Areas. All road transfers by A/C Coach. Requirements - Indian passport valid for at least 06 months and 04 photographs 4 x 6 cm in size & 04 photographs passport size with white background. In case of foreign nationals long term Indian visa is required with P.O.I or O.C.I. card or travelling with an Indian passport holder (Related as Mehram). For more information on PIO or OCI card please visit : http://www.immihelp.com/nri/overseascitizenshipindia/ Tour Cost Inclusive of - Economy Class Air Ticket. Meet & Assist at Jeddah Airport. Umrah Visa (Second Entry Fees),Applicable If Approved By Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia. Stay for 07/10/20 Days in Makkah Sharief & 07/10/10 Days in Madina Sharief. Internal Transportation by A/C bus in groups. Daily Meals-Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Buffet system. Ziyarat of Historical Places in Makkah Sharief & Madina Sharief. Room Sharing would be 4/5 Persons in a room. Complimentary items provided by the Tour Operator. Tour Cost Does Not Include - Room Service. If you travel individually other than group dates, you will bear the additional transportation charges. Additional stay other than group would be charged extra. No refund in case of unused services or lesser duration of stay. Separate family room for two / three or four persons would be charged extra. Travel & Medical Insurance. Tour operator is not responsible for the lost luggage. Tips and Porterage. Expenses of personal nature. Extra Luggage charges other than mentioned on ticket. Booking Policy - Pay a minimum of 50% per person to Book your tour. Balance amount to be paid 20 days before departure or the booking will get cancelled without informing. Note - The tour costs have been based on Net Airfare of Rs. 38,000/- Ex-Srinagar, Chennai,Banglore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Rs.38, 000/- Ex-Mumbai, Rs 32,000/-Ex-Delhi 34,000/-and Saudi Riyal at the rate @ Rs 18.50/-. Any increase in the above rates at the time of delivery of passport before departures of the tour shall be collected from the passengers as per the prevailing exchange rate of that day. Flight schedule and Itinerary are subject to change without prior notice. Subjected to BTQ Passengers only. Subject to Srinagar Jurisdiction only. As per the government rules you are entitled to pay and take up to US $ 10,000/- under BTQ (Adult/Child) each year from RBI authorized foreign exchange dealers. Out of this entitlement of US $ 10,000/- the dollar component of the tour you choose shall be deducted from your BTQ to be paid abroad for your Hotels, Meals and making your tour arrangements. The tour dates and tour programs are provisional and subject to change without notice. All services are from Jeddah Airport. Given rates are Ex-Srinagar; fare difference would apply for departure from other cities. Departure Dates (In Sha Allah): 23 November 2017.(Concluded) 17 December & 23 December 2017.(Concluded) 08 February 2018.(Concluded) 13 February 2018.(Concluded) 20 & 28 March 2018.(Booking Closed) Ramadan Departure Dates (In Sha Allah) : 20 May 2018. 03 June 2018. Cancellation Policy - Cancellations : If Booking Cancelled Before... 30 Days – 20% of the Tour Cost will be charged to the traveler 20 Days - 50% of Tour Cost will be charged to the traveler Less than 10 Days – 100% of Tour Cost will be charged to the traveler Minimum Cancellation Rs 6,500. If cancelled after Original Passport Submission. Child Without Bed (2-6 Years) 65% of Adult Cost Child With Bed (2-6 Years) 85%of Adult Cost Note: Rates Are Subject To Change Without Prior Notice. Rates Are Valid Till 15/04/2018. ALL TOURS ARE SUBJECT TO VISA AVAILABILITY BY SAUDI GOVERNMENT. (*T & C Apply*) ADDITIONAL FEATURES: Only Ticket & Visa Available. Land Package Available For Travel Partners.

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