1. Pick the right season to go

It only takes a moment to google the weather. Friendly advice… do it! In some regions, you’re better off avoiding the rainy season unless you’re a fan of a daily downpour and difficult traveling conditions. Really.

2. Buy travel insurance

This is typically only required if you are visiting somewhere other than your home nation. Even though there are many different travel insurance options and plans, they often include emergency medical care, evacuation, lost luggage, and trip cancellation.

3. Plan in advance but stay flexible

Have travel objectives, beautiful cities, and highlights, but also be adaptable because you’ll learn on the move.

4. Know the visa requirements

There are several nations where you’ll require a special visa to enter. Tourist visas are typically not too difficult to obtain, although it is best to double-check in advance.

5. Travel with people you like

Choose the proper traveling companion if you aren’t going alone. In hostels, you can meet new people and exchange stories with other travelers.

6. Check the reviews

The easiest method to determine if a hostel is the appropriate one for you is to read reviews. After your trip, offer your reviews and pay attention to other travelers’ opinions!

7. Booking in advance might be cheaper

Check it out in advance if you truly don’t want to lose out on a fantastic hostel deal. If necessary, you can of course make a booking as you go!

8. Take photos of key documents

Visas, insurance, a passport, etc. You may access them from anywhere if you save them to the cloud. We can assure you that not having your documentation is the worst possible situation in an emergency.

9. use social media to brag about your journey

Our travel habits have been drastically altered by social media (“Let me take that picture, I’m sure it will get millions of likes!”). Give your followers and friends a taste of the adventure!

10. Be happy, live in the moment, and never judge anyone else’s travel

Live every moment with happiness:)


You might consider making reservations for Umrah as the globe begins to relax its travel restrictions. However, before you start a protracted search for Umrah packages, comparing airfare, accommodations, and cost, have you thought about the best time to travel to Umrah? The months of December, January, and February are noticeably better in terms of Makkah’s weather, with daytime highs averaging 31°C. The weather in Madinah is much more pleasant. In the same months, Madinah experiences temperatures between 24 and 25 °C. Taking advantage of the holidays to plan for Umrah is a relatively new practice among British Muslims. Why not look at our December Umrah if you have any similar plans? This is the time to travel if you intend to make a smaller pilgrimage, as well as any outdoor activities or local sightseeing. Contrary to June and July, when the desert is, quite simply, intolerably hot without a car with air conditioning; for many, these are the hardest months of all, the midday sun is especially fine and shade alone can reduce that heat. Muslims from all over the world rush to take advantage of Ramadan Umrah as a way to celebrate the start of Ramadan. As a result, both pilgrims and other tourists are crammed into the holy towns. The same is true during the Christmas and Easter holidays, alwhichso see an increase in international visitors and account for the rise in lodging costs that most pilgrims can easily relate to. We think that pilgrims have a right to know that there are no set dates for performing Umrah in Islam; you can undertake it whenever you like throughout the year. However, three months before the Hajj, that is, during Shawwal, Dhul Qadah, and Dhul Hajj, Saudi authorities do not provide visas to foreign visitors. This is the time of year when preparations are being made for the impending Hajj, which is a major administrative cause. The feeling will be highly unpleasant as travellers will be flatly rejected by the authorities. But there’s no need to fear, as Muharram is set to bring better possibilities for Umrah pilgrims. ​