SAUDI ARABIA

‘Nusuk Hajj’ platform opened for pilgrims from Europe, US and Australia

February 08, 2023
The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah announced Wednesday that pilgrims can apply for Hajj through the unified government platform “Nusuk Hajj”, hajj.nusuk.sa, as part of the early efforts exerted by the government of Saudi Arabia.
The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah announced Wednesday that pilgrims can apply for Hajj through the unified government platform “Nusuk Hajj”, hajj.nusuk.sa, as part of the early efforts exerted by the government of Saudi Arabia.

JEDDAH —The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah announced Wednesday that pilgrims can apply for Hajj through the unified government platform “Nusuk Hajj”, hajj.nusuk.sa, as part of the early efforts exerted by the government of Saudi Arabia to facilitate the procedures for the arrival of the pilgrims to perform the rituals of Hajj for the current year 2023.

The move would also raise the quality of the services provided to them to enrich their religious and cultural experience, while also achieving the objectives of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 programs.

The new service allows pilgrims coming from Europe, the United States of America and Australia and more than 58 countries around the world to register, book, and pay online with an easy and convenient electronic procedure and to choose the service packages such as accommodation, catering, flight, guidance, and transportation.

It also identifies the countries included in the first stage of the launch, as well as a wide range of services and information for those wishing to perform Hajj this year to enable them to perform the rituals of Hajj with ease and comfort. — SPA


February 08, 2023
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