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Pram/Stroller in Haram

by UmmMikaeel

Travelling to Mecca Shareef in March urgently need to know if a Pram is allowed as my son is 11months carrying him would be very difficult for us/ near impossible due to his weight. If not a pram would a baby carrier be permitted to carry him on our back - it is slightly bulky.Or any other recommendation you have to assist with situation. Help - appreciated!!

Re: Pram/Stroller in Haram

by fouads


I think it will be difficult to take Pram cause Haram generally be full of people so i think if u hold him it,s better or if u can leave him with your family i think it will be better , don,t forget that in March temp be about 30-33 degree .

wish u have Umra mubarakeh

Best wishes

Re: Pram/Stroller in Haram

by mziakl

Dear Sister, you can borrow wheelchair for free from the office there,located outside of masjid haram.The officer will keep your passport untill you return the wheelchair back.You can put your son on his babby carrier,and tight it on the wheelchair so he won't fall.I used it to pushed my 2 kids when we performed umra alhamdulillah.

Re: Pram/Stroller in Haram

by mziakl

forget to add,
since using wheelchair,we must go up to 3rd floor for means long distance (3 times further or more then the groung floor).make sure you prepare lots of water & some snack for him.if day time is too hot, you can perform umra after pray isya or after midnight.mostly saudis with small kids do the same.

Re: Pram/Stroller in Haram

by icoobaby2

I don't know the exact answer to the question but I would suggest you to use Pocco Pushchair when you got to Mecca shareef .Because it is very lightweight and can be folded to compact size which helps you to carry with you where ever you want to.For more information please visit

Travel Tips for Mecca

Be sure you are ready to...

by .comyati

Be sure you are ready to perform Haj.Leave behind your children , husband , wealth, job, infact worldly materials.Be ready to surrender your will and devotion.Traveling from Makkah to Mina-Arafah-Muzdalifah-Mina-Makkah will test your physically and mentally ,especially in Mina .......I believe this place near the Devils Post..BEWARE!May Allah Bless You! The sight of Kaabah.I wish I could stay here forever. Hope someday I can visit this holy place has its magic and powers that only the soul can feel.

It is Mecca after all

by Digi

This should be pretty obvious, but I'll just reiterate it. Mecca is the holiest place on Earth for Muslims, so as such conservative dress is the norm. I did not see anything short of headcoverings for women, and men who's bodies were completely covered. Most of them wore something on their heads as well (except for those performing tawaf).


by uglyscot

This is where pilgrims live in tents for several days before the eid, and while they do the stoning of the devil. .The tents are no longer made of canvas but of fireproof material after the fire that took place a few years ago. Pilgrims are in camps according to their place of origin and each camp is well marked for easy identification. Men and women are segregated, and a tent holds about a dozen people lying on mattresses on the ground, cheek by jowel.
According to the different organizers, food is either paid for in advance, or bought as and when. Toilet facilities are quite good, but are shared by large numbers of people, not all of whom are 'toilet trained'. So you cannot afford to be sensitive to dirt and smells.

cat mosque

by aalayaa

some people said, only southeast asian tourist call this mosque as cat mosque.
i don't remember the story of the name, but the mosque used to belong to someone who love cat very much.
the location is not far from the market

One Night In Muzdalifah

by imran8852

Muzdalifah Is A Place Between Arafah And Mina Where Pilgrims Pray And Then Collect A Fixed Number Of Pebbles To Be Used On The Following Days At The Jamrah. Here The Pilgrims Spend The Night Under A Million Of Stars .They Sacrifice Their Comforts And Leave Behind Their Pride In The Name Of Allah!


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