After you're done packing for Hajj or Umrah, you should have an idea about what kind of challenges you'd be facing there and what are the tips that can help you make this journey as fruitful and easy as it can get. Hope this list of tips help you achieve that.
Almost all of the pilgrims perform Hajj/Umrah without these items, but they are nice to have and can make your experience better in shaa Allah.
These are the items that you can survive without - at Hajj/Umrah, but they are better to have because they make your journey easy.
Following points will serve as a quick tip-sheet for packing before you board your flight for Hajj/Umrah. I will divide the list into three parts: must-haves, better to have and extra nice to have. You can then pick according to your budget and requirement as to which items suit your individuality. (Free Printables inside)
I’m sure that it’s an international issue, but I’m going to specifically discuss public washroom around the religious sanctities. Since tahara (cleanliness) is half our faith, but in my travels, it has become clear that people don’t understand how to behave in them, let alone taking care of tahara. Yes, it’s a fairly gross subject but this dormant “loo-phobia” you may have, could soon be defeated by nature hitting its panic button on you.