The concept of Islamic Tourism is very broad and is not easy to delimit. In its narrowest sense, it can be understood as ‘religious tourism’ (visits to mausoleums and holy places in all Islamic countries). But in its broadest sense, is the tourism that assumes the values of Islam. And most of these values are common to other religious and non-religious beliefs (eg the Code of Ethics of the World Tourism Organization).
This tourism calls for respect for societies and the environment, to benefit local people, to meet the ethical values and cultures.
The biggest pilgrimage centre of Islam, one of the pillars of this religion and a must for all adult Muslim of healthy body and mind. Mecca houses the shrines and the most important temples of the Muslim religion, the first holy place of Islam and the most important mosque in Mecca and the largest in the world. Stone walls surround this Muslim shrine dating from 1570. Inside lies a marble floor called the Mataaf and in the middle of the central courtyard of the mosque is Kabba To perform the Hajj (pilgrimage to Mecca) is nothing like go in groups. To share this trip makes it more enriching. Contact us to arrange your trip with other members of the community and enjoy a unique journey.