Mazarath

Mazarath refers to the visitation of places of religious and historic significance in both Makkah and Madinah.

We are happy to arrange these unguided 3 hour trips to either city, or both, upon request which run daily except Fridays.

Makkah Locations

Mina– The area in which the stone ritual takes place in the Valley of Arafat.

Arafat – The mountain of repentance.

Muzdalifah – Where pebbles are collected for the stone ritual, and also the location where the historic event involving the ‘People of the Elephant’ (Ashabe Feel) took place.

Ghaar-e-Hira – The cave in which the Prophet (SAW) meditated and prayed before his declaration of Prophethood, where the first verses of the Holy Qur’an were revealed to him.

Jannatul Mala – Where the Prophet’s (SAW) wife and some of his companions are buried.

Jabal-e-Soor – The cave in which the Prophet (SAW) and his companion stayed for three days when migrating from Makkah to Madinah.

Madinah Locations

Masjid-e-Quba – This first built mosque of Islam, also built by the Prophet (SAW).

Masjid-e-Qiblatain – The mosque in which the direction of prayer changed from Jerusalem to Makkah.

Ohud – The plains of the famous battlefield.

Saba Masjid – This mosque is near the fort of ‘Khandaq’.

The cost of visiting the Mazarath differs according to the size of the vehicle you’ll require for you and your famly/group.

If you need an English speaking guide, this can also be arranged at an additional charge.

Please call or email us for a quote.