Umrah Plus

We are the first licensed company to offer after Umrah tours to Mazarat and other unique tourist locations. Enjoy our ‘West Coast Tour Packages’ in Jeddah, Makkah, Madinah and Taif. To book your spot on our tours, please contact our friendly team at Fast Aviation for Travel and Tourism on 920016017.

 



 

Visit one of the most vibrant cities in the Hijaz region, situated on the coast of the Red Sea, Jeddah is considered to be a major urban center and commercial hub of Western Saudi Arabia. The city offers visitors a glimpse of metropolitan living infused with cultural and historical heritage leading back to thousands of years.

 

What you can expect

Start the day off with a visit to Jeddah’s historical downtown area (Al-Balad) which is the historical area well known as the “Old Town”, where many of the oldest families used to live and work. It boasts of old buildings a traditional souk and many restaurants, where visitors get to walk amid the old streets and experience the traditional landscape of the old town.

While visiting Al-Balad, visitors will be taken to see Beit Nassif, one of the prominent renovated structures in the old city, which dates back to the mid 1800’s. The five storey building provides a rare opportunity for the visitors to experience the blend of traditional architecture with modernity.

After that, visitors will enjoy a ride along the Jeddah Corniche, the shore of the Red Sea, where the corniche features a coastal road, recreation areas, pavilions and large-scale civic sculptures for all to enjoy and take pictures.

End the tour by visiting The Floating Mosque, this single domed architectural marvel that sits literally on the sea, symbolizes Jeddah’s bold storm into the modern age. Sitting on an enviable location, the mosque’s courtyard offers unencumbered views of the Red Sea, making it a popular tourist site.

 

Inclusions

  • Round trip transportation
  • Sightseeing of Jeddah

 

Exclusions

  • Entrance to Beit Nassif

 

Additional information

  • Children must be accompanied by adults at all times
  • Special dietary requirements to be communicated to tour operator in advance
  • Prices depend on type of transfer vehicle

 

Please contact our team on 920016017 for availability, pricing and itinerary queries.

 



Take a unique trip to the Jeddah Safari, located in Bahra; between Makkah and Jeddah, a breathtaking area of sand dunes and dessert expanse that will provide visitors with a taste of Bedouin life styles with a flare of modernity.

 

What you can expect

Experience the Arabian hospitality by joining the Jeddah Safari trip, where you will enjoy the comfort of a traditional luxurious Bedouin tent located 45 minutes South of Jeddah.

Visitors will be able to go on an exhilarating Sand Dunning journey through the golden dunes surrounding the area, while riding open roof 4×4 wranglers, or Goad bikes. This will surely keep you gripping the edge of your seat in excitement.

Get the true feel of how Bedouin used to travel, by taking a Camel or Horse ride around the dessert dunes, while enjoying the golden sunset and silky sands.

End the evening with a traditional meal of a pit roasted lamb made by the camp site, an intriguing method of cooking the lamb which results in the most succulent flavorful bite, a must try!

 

Inclusions

  • Round trip transportation
  • Sand Dunning 4×4
  • Quad bikes 
  • Dinner

 

Additional information

  • Children must be accompanied by adults at all times
  • Special dietary requirements to be communicated to tour operator in advance

 

Please contact our team on 920016017 for availability, pricing and itinerary queries.

 

 



 

 

Makkah is regarded as the holiest city in the religion of Islam. In its modern period, Makkah has seen tremendous expansion in size and infrastructure, and has become one of the most cosmopolitan and diverse cities in the Muslim world

 

What you can expect

Begin your tour of Makkah by visit the factory where the Kiswah (the fabric that drapes the Kabah) is made. The Kiswah of the Kabah is changed yearly on the 9th of Dhulhijjah, every Hijri year and those visiting the Kiswah Factory will be able to observe how the Kiswah is made and see the chosen men sew gold calligraphy into black silk fabric. The process of making the Kiswah takes approximately 8 to 10 months and once completed, the new Kiswah is handed over to the Masjid Al Haram officials.

After which visitors will be able to enjoy a visit to the exhibition of the Two Holy Mosques’ architecture and relics, at a museum nestled amid the hills of Makkah’s Umm Al-Joud area, which is considered to be a treasure trove of items dating back hundreds of years; a great place to learn about the past, present and future of the Two Holy Mosques.

A monumental location for Muslims, visit Hodaybia Mosque, placed in the historic location where the treaty between Quraish tribe of Makkah and the Muslims of Medina took place, which lead to the conquest of Makkah (630 AD), when Prophet Muhammad moved from Medina to Makkah.

Following which, visitors will be taken to see Masjid Jurana, which is one of the places where pilgrims enter into the state of Ihram for the performance of Umrah. In the year 8AH the Prophet camped there for a few days after the Battle of Hunayn and entered into the state of Ihram and then proceeded to Makkah.

Finally, spend the remainder of the day enjoying the Historical Tour of Makkah, where you will explore locations like Minah, Muzdalifa, Arafat Mountain, Thour Mountain, Al-Noor Mountain, and many other significant locations situated in and around Makkah.

 

Inclusions

  • Round trip transportation
  • Lunch

 

Exclusions

  • Entrance fees to the museums

 

Additional information

  • Children must be accompanied by adults at all times
  • Special dietary requirements to be communicated to tour operator in advance
  • Prices depend on type of transfer vehicle

 

Please contact our team on 920016017 for availability, pricing and itinerary queries.

 

 



 

 

Considered to be the second-holiest city in Islam after Makkah, as Medina was the Prophet Muhammad’s destination after his Hijrah from Makkah, and became the capital of a rapidly increasing Muslim Empire. Today, Madinah is considered to be a modern, multi-ethnic city that attracts religious visitors as well as works and scholars from all around the region.

 

What you can expect

Your tour will start with a visit to the KAAKI museum , which showcases the Islamic heritage and culture, as well as the city’s magnificent and substantial history since the Prophet’s first arrival in Al Madinah to the present day. With its stories and legends, sculptures and unique collections, the museum takes visitors on a first-hand journey of enlightenment of Al Madinah through the ages.

After that visitor will be taken to the railway museum that was opened in 2006, situated on the grounds of the restored historic Ottoman railway station at Medina, including a stretch of the historic track and a train shed including four original tracks. There are several engines and pieces of rolling stock on display, some of which have been transported to the museum from other places along the historic Hejaz railway line. At least one engine has been restored enough to be driveable on the museum tracks.

Then visitors will be take to visit the first mosque built in Islam (Qubaa),and the first mosque built in the city of the Prophet. In terms of the significance, Quba Mosque is the first mosque built by the house of Muslims, located to the south of Madinah, the mosque was built by the Prophet Mohammed himself.

Shuhadaa Uhoud is a park area near Uhoud Mountain, where guest get to enjoy the scenic views as they marvel upon the historical significance of this location where the battle of Uhoud took place.

Visitors will then be taken on a tour of the King Fahad Complex where the printing of the Holy Qur’an takes place. The Complex was built in 1984; the establishment is a brilliant and great project that is meant for the service of the Noble Qur’an: preserving, printing and distributing it to Muslims all over the world.

Following which visitors will be taken to visit the burial site of Hamza, well known as the Master of the Martyrs, a site with a splendor of historical significance.

Then taken a journey back to Masjid Al-Nabawi, where you will get to visit The Beautiful Names of Allah Exhibition, a site located near the mosque, which boasts of many great exhibitions where visitors marvel at the greatness of Allah and his miraculous abilities in all his creations.

End the day with a visit to a private date farm, where guests get to purchase high quality dates, experience the traditional Arabic hospitality and tour the grounds of the farm learning the process of harvesting and farming dates.

 

Inclusions

  • Round trip transportation
  • Lunch

 

Additional information

  • Children must be accompanied by adults at all times
  • Special dietary requirements to be communicated to tour operator in advance
  • Prices depend on type of transfer vehicle

 

Please contact our team on 920016017 for availability, pricing and itinerary queries.

 



 

Taif is a city in the Makkah Province. Located on the slopes of Al-Sarawat Mountains, it is elevated 1,879 m (6,165 ft) above sea level. The city is the center of an agricultural area known for its grapes, pomegranate, figs, roses and honey. This and its pleasant weather have contributed in making Taif the unofficial summer capital of Saudi Arabia.

 

What you can expect

kick start your tour with a visit to a location that for three centuries, the Taif rose has been cultivated and processed into attar (perfume or essence) of roses and rose water. This trip to the flower farm will offer visitors the chance to see how the roses are grown, cared for and cultivated.

After that, visit the Abbas Mosque, which houses the tomb of Abdullah bin Abbas, the paternal cousin of the Prophet. He narrated 1,660 hadith and is generally viewed as the most knowledgeable of the Companions in Tafsir. He died in 68 AH in Taif, and this mosque is the burial site.

Then visit Al-Shareef historical museum to provide you with a cultural and historical experience that showcases artifacts and rare items which were uncovered from areas around the Hijaz region.

End your tour with a mouthwatering visit to the local fruit market that will provide visitors with an unforgettable visual and sensory experience where you will get to enjoy the unparalleled harvest of Taif’s produce.

 

Inclusions

  • Round trip transportation
  • Lunch

 

Exclusions

  • Teleferic Ride – The newly opened cable car ride, which is the largest in Saudi Arabia as well in the Middle East, this experience will provide with you with unparalleled views of the breathtaking scenery of Taif’s terrain.

 

Additional information

  • Children must be accompanied by adults at all times
  • Special dietary requirements to be communicated to tour operator in advance
  • Prices depend on type of transfer vehicle

 

Please contact our team on 920016017 for availability, pricing and itinerary queries.