Double per person: R29,990
Triple per person: R26,990
Quad per person: R25,990
Double per person: R35,990
Triple per person: R32,990
Quad per person: R31,990
Double per person: R48,990
Triple per person: R43,990
NEED TO BE AT THE AIRPORT 4 HOURS BEFORE DEPARTURE
Non-refundable deposit of R15 000 per person will secure your seats.
Deposit your payment of R10 000 per person into the account of Sure Mithas Travel immediately to secure your place. After the deposit has been made, please write clearly the name of each passenger travelling and your phone number onto the deposit slip and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Very important! If the passenger’s name is not shown clearly on the deposit slip the payment will be impossible to trace and will not be recorded. Cash deposits – if you deposit cash into our account please add R1.50 for every R100 paid.
This is the banks cash deposit fee. Unfortunately, payments CANNOT be made with credit cards because all tickets are sent to us by the airline as a group in one email just prior to departure. We are fully aware that normally you get free travel insurance if you book with your credit card but we do not accept credit card payment.
Deposits only secure your seat in the group it does not secure the price, should there be any price increase you will be liable to pay the new increased price unless full payment has been received prior to the increase in price.
Send a clear scanned copy of your passport immediately so that we can hold your booking. Please ensure that your passport does not expire within 6 months from the date on which you are travelling. You must have at least 3 blank pages in your passport next to each other. Temporary passports are not allowed.
Subject to Ministry of Hajj And Umrah Regulations – Subject to increment in Umrah Visa at any time.
Please note that issuing of the visas is solely at the discretion of the Saudi Embassy. Any costs incurred due to the embassy refusing to issue a visa will be for the travelers own expense.
We do recommend you take out travel insurance, we do offer special rates for travel insurance of R200 per person.
Please try to carry only one bag of 20 kg each and one hand-luggage 7 kg as there is limited space on the coach for luggage. Sure Mithas Travel and our travel agent partners will not be responsible for any baggage lost or delayed by the airlines. Delayed baggage will be conveyed to you at your cost.
Please try to budget about SR50 for tips to drivers and tour guides. Groups from other countries tip a lot more and so drivers and guides expect the same from us.
Please tip the porters directly once they have brought your baggage to your room, usually tip depending on the amount of bags SR10 per bag.
Do carry some simple medication like Panado, Lomotil, Immodium, Flutex and so on.
Directors: Mrs N Mitha and Mr S Mitha
Kindly note that some hotels have roller beds in Triple and Quad Rooms.
Also note that the triple and Quad rooms are small and difficult to move Around the room with luggage. We will request rooms close to each other for family members who are travelling together but this is only confirmed by the hotel on the day depending on availability.
Do NOT take travelers cheques. Carry only cash dollars, or Rands
A maximum of R5 000.00 per person may also be taken in Rand cash
Any cancellations made are subject to our standard terms and conditions as well as the fare rules as per the airlines policies which are usually very restrictive for group bookings. 20% admin fee will be charged for any cancellation.
There will be a member of Sure Mithas Travel who will meet you in Saudi Arabia to assist you.
Sure Mithas Travel or their agents will not be responsible for any loss or damage incurred to you or your possessions by any cause whatsoever while travelling on this tour. This itinerary is subject to change should our overseas travel agent finds it necessary to do so.
Umrah is a significant pilgrimage in Islam, often referred to as the “lesser pilgrimage” in comparison to the Hajj, which is obligatory for all able-bodied Muslims at least once in their lifetime. Umrah holds immense spiritual importance for Muslims and involves a journey to the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Unlike Hajj, Umrah can be performed at any time of the year and is not bound by specific dates.
Pilgrims who embark on the Umrah journey engage in a series of rituals that include circumambulating the Kaaba, known as Tawaf, and walking between the hills of Safa and Marwah, a symbolic reenactment of Hagar’s search for water. This sacred undertaking serves as a means for Muslims to seek forgiveness, purify their souls, and strengthen their connection with Allah, making it a deeply personal and spiritually enriching experience.