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Sat. Mar 2nd, 2024

The Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah has commenced the registration process and unveiled the fee structure for four packages tailored to domestic pilgrims participating in the 2024 Hajj pilgrimage. Prices for these packages range between SR4,099 and SR13,265.

Both Saudi citizens and expatriates residing in the Kingdom who aspire to partake in the annual Hajj pilgrimage can submit their applications through the Nusuk application or the ministry’s website via the link http://Localhaj.haj.gov.sa.

The ministry disclosed intricate details regarding the available packages for domestic pilgrims. The first package, priced at SR10,366.10, offers accommodation in specialized camps designed to furnish a high-quality service and ensure a comfortable experience for pilgrims. Meanwhile, the second package, priced at SR8,092.55, provides lodging in hospitality camps located in Mina.

Opting for the third package entails the highest fare of SR13,265.25, affording pilgrims accommodation in one of the six towers situated in close proximity to the Jamarat Bridge within Mina. Pilgrims seeking economic options can avail themselves of the fourth package, priced at SR4,099.75. These prices are inclusive of value-added tax (VAT) but do not cover transportation costs to and from Makkah, whether by land or air.

The ministry clarified that transportation expenses to and from Makkah will be incorporated into the price of the first and second packages. Additionally, the cost of transportation within the Holy Sites of Mina, Arafat, and Muzdalifah, facilitated by the Mashair train or buses, will be determined based on the location of the camp. This includes transportation to and from assembly points.

Under the third package, transportation between the Holy Sites will be exclusively provided via the Mashair train. For the fourth package, transportation costs from the pilgrims’ residences in Makkah to the Mina site for the stoning ritual at the Jamarat will be covered, utilizing buses and the Mashair train on the days of Tashreeq (Dhul Hijjah 11, 12, and 13).

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