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Hajj Packages

Sh. Maqsood Sher
Ust. Razia Hamidi

Triple – Quad / Only Families $TBD

Double – $TBD

PRELIMINARY ITINERARY 1st DH – THUR, June 30th to 14th DH – WED, July 13th

The Deluxe package allows the Hujjaj to travel into Makkah and stay in 5-star hotels in front of Haram, led by leading scholars, this package allows for a luxurious and spiritually uplifting experience. 

 Few Last minute changes we are expecting this year.

  • Limited quota (110 visas available) from selected countries.
  • Age restriction will apply 18-60/70
  • COVID vaccination requirements.
  • Negative COVID test.
  • App to pre-register your visit to Haram before every Salah (this is new to us, and we do not know what the limitations or capacities are yet)
  • Congregation of groups will be restricted.
  • Social distancing measures will be applied.
  • International check-in 4 hours before departure.
  • Travel Insurance is highly recommended.
  • Please make sure that your travel documents are valid.
  • All visa fees are non refundable, whether visa issued or not.

Limited spaces available. 110 spaces total

DEPARTURE FROM U.S June 28th, 2022

1st DH - Thur June 30th

2nd DH - Fri July 1st

4th DH - Sun, July 3rd

5th DH - Mon, July 4th

6th DH - Tue, July 5th

7th DH - Wed, July 6th

8th DH – Thur, July 7th

9th DH – Fri, July 8th

10th DH – Sat, July 9th - Eid Mubarak!

11th DH – Sun, July 10th

12th DH – Monday, July 11th

13th DH – Tuesday, July 12th

14th DH – Wednesday, July 13th

Package pricing does NOT include:

*Dates are subject to change per the lunar calendar. Itinerary schedule will be adjusted during the Manasik of Hajj.

*All programs are subject to change due to covid-19 restrictions.

Package price:

$TBD/ Triple – Quad / Only Families

$TBD/ Double

Sheikh Maqsood Sher

Sheikh Maqsood Sher was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. As a youth, he displayed zeal and enthusiasm to involve himself in the religious sciences. At the tender age of 11, Sheikh Maqsood Sher went to Toronto, Canada to pursue his dreams of becoming a Hafidh of the Holy Qur’an. He completed the memorization of the entire Qur’an within three short years. He was known to be among the most intelligent students in the school. He continued his 7 year Shariah program in which he studied a variety of subjects such as Hadith, Tafseer, Usool al-Hadith, logic. He completed his degree in Islamic Sciences at the age of 23. Thereafter, Sheikh Maqsood served as Teacher and instructor at Jaamiah al-Uloom al-Islamiyyah Canada from 2006-2010. He also served as an Imam during that duration in Ajax, Ontario.

He is known for his passion and dedication to learning and teaching the prophetic narrations and the life of our Beloved Prophet Muhammad SAW. He is also known for his calm demeanor which has always attracted the youngsters of North America to him.

Sheikh Maqsood Sher is serving as a Director of Islamic Studies at the Fort McMurray Islamic School and is also the Imam and Resident Scholar at Markaz ul Islam in Fort Mcmurray, AB Canada. He also travels across North America as a khateeb and lecturer.

Ustadha Razia Hamidi

Razia Hamidi is a spiritual and relationship coach, university chaplain and consultant for non-profit organizations. As a community leader, teacher, and advocate, she supports women on their path to success through Islam. She leads by example, following her own dreams, including becoming the first female Muslim Chaplain in Quebec. She’s worked on national committees and boards to develop programs and leadership training focused on sustainable development for community growth, inspired positive grassroots campaigns, and worked 1:1 with individuals to spark lasting change at all levels. Razia is a celebrated speaker at conferences all over North America, focusing on leadership, self-development, and living with purpose. She believes by strengthening families first, society as a whole will grow stronger. She is currently completing her Alima studies and teaches classes on various Islamic topics. Razia has been featured on radio and television, including on CBC and CTV, speaking on topics of human rights and Islamaphobia as a representative of NCCM.