In Islam, Ziyara(h) (Arabic: زيارة Ziyārah, "visit") is a form of pilgrimage to sites associated with the Prophet's AS, their family members, descendants, companions and other venerated figures in Islam such as the Islamic scholars. Sites of pilgrimage include mosques, graves, battlefields, mountains, and caves. Below are the sites we visit on our tours, providing there are no restrictions in place through authorities on the grounds.
We can also arrange for for extra sites on Tailor Made packages, so please let our team know in advance.
JANNAT AL MUALLA
This is the Main Graveyard in Makkah, it is believed that the mother of the believers and the first Wife of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad ﷺ is buried here. It is also a resting place of Abu Talib Ibn Abdul Muttalib the father of Ali R.A as well as Abu Talib who was the grandfather of our Beloved Prophet ﷺ.
THE CAVE OF THAWR
It is believed that in this cave our Beloved Prophet Muhammad ﷺ took refuge from the Qur'aish during the Hijri, he rested here with his great companion Abu Bakr Siddique R.A. It is in this location where it is also believed a spider built a web at the entrance of the cave in order to deceive the Qur'aish.
AL HARAMAIN MUSEUM
A Museum decorated with the historic and cultural dimensions of the Holy Ka'ba. It holds models, Kiswah of the Ka'ba, The rim of the Zam Zam Well made in the early 14th Century, Two Future Models of the Haramain as well as precious antics and inscriptions related to the Haramain.
Masjid Quba is known to be the first Masjid to be built by our Beloved Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. This Masjid is located South of Madinah.
Al-Nasaa’i (699) narrated that Sahl ibn Hunayf said: The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said: “Whoever goes out to this mosque, the mosque of Quba’, and prays therein, will have (a reward) like that of ‘umrah.” Classed as saheeh by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Nasaa’i.
Amongst one of the three earliest Mosques to be built after our Beloved Prophet ﷺ received Prophethood. Many Believe that this is the location where our Beloved Prophet ﷺ was informed to change the direction of prayer from Jerusalem to Makkah. Hence it is known as the Mosque of two Qiblas.
This is the location where the Great Battle of Uhud took place. This was at a point where our Beloved Prophet ﷺ had to bear great loss as his Uncle Hamza R.A was martyred. The resting place of Hamza R.A is in Uhud as well as many other Companions who were martyred in battle.
Anas ibn Malik reported: The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said, “Verily, the mountain of Uhud loves us and we love it.” Source: Sahih Muslim 1393
MASJID UMAR IBN AL KHATTAB R.A
This Mosque is located opposite the well known Church of the Holy Sepulchre. When Umar Ibn Al Khattab RA conquered Jerusalem he entered this Church and the call for Prayer (Adhaan) began. The priest asked Umar Ibn Al Khattab RA to pray within the Church but the great Caliph declined the offer and went outside to Pray. It is at this site where this Masjid is built. There is much Hikmah (wisdom) behind this decision.
THE BLESSED TREE
This significant tree, the only one to be found within one hundred square kilometres is known to have aided our Beloved Prophet ﷺ with shade as a place of rest during his childhood, when he accompanied his Uncle on a caravan. There is a very beautiful story to this please research it and enlighten yourself or come with us and lets hear it together at the very place In Sha Allah.