The government of Saudi Arabia decided to reduce the cost of Hajj insurance for foreign pilgrims by 73 percent, which was originally SR109, then reduced to SR29.
The government of Saudi Arabia decided to reduce the cost of Hajj insurance for foreign pilgrims by 73%. This reduction is effective through the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah.
This universal policy belongs to those who come from outside the Kingdom to perform the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimage, which covers emergency cases while Kafes in the kingdom, such as a stay in a hospital, childbirth, or return of the deceased to his homeland.
Saudi Arabia has lifted the ban on Hajj and Umrah for people over 65 years of age. The new Saudi Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, who took charge in October, announced that beginning January 10, travelers to the Kingdom can make Hajj or Umrah as long as they have a valid passport. Those who qualify will receive an Umrah or Hajj visa permitting them to stay in Saudi Arabia for 90 days
Following the Kingdom’s efforts to improve the worship of Umrah visitors, the Hajj and Umrah Committee was established with directives to regulate, facilitate, and optimize all related services in order to meet all future challenges and maintain its position as a leading leader in Hajj management.