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Al Mokramoon camp: Al Mokramoon

We booked for Hajj at the last minute after our former orgniser didn`t get his permission this year to take pilgrims to Hajj.

The camp had 4 HUGE tents,2 for the ladies and 2 for men.
The ladies section is seperated from the men`s section by curtain.
There were 10 toilets serving the camp with female workers around the colck to clean them.
Toilets were a bit compact,with the shower inside.There were two styles of toilets,the regular toilet seat,and the Arabic style.
Washing sink were outside the WC,and there were no changing rooms(so be prepared).

This company orgnise Hajj for locals only,or foriegners with valid Iqama.

You will be sleeping in Mina most of the nights in Hajj.

All meals were in an open buffet style,and there was a coffee machine to serve you around the hour.
The best thing about this camp is that it`s 3 minutes walk from Al Jamarat.
It has an upper level so you can watch the crowed in Jamarat area.
Plus all their busses were fully airconditioned and comfortable.

The deal was to pay 5000 Saudi Riyals per person in all 6 days of Hajj,This price includes transportation from Jiddah to Makka and back,transportation to all holy sites,includes all meals,snaks and beverages,provide you with an airconditioned tent,a sleeping sofa,with new sheets,a new pilow case,Islamic lectures and complemantary suitcase.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Related to: Religious Travel
  • Written January 15, 2006
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The camp @ night

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  • Muarrij profile photo Muarrij
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Mina Tents

Most of the European and American tents are pretty clean and large with good facilities including air conditioning.
Im not sure of the others!

One unusal thing to observe is the amount of birds that also settle in the tent area. They usually come within the tents.

The picture shows some birds perched up on the tent contrsuction roof top.

Clean, Safe and AC'd.

Bring your own sleeping bags, food, water and towel.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Religious Travel, Desert, Birdwatching
  • Written June 10, 2005
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Mina's Tent Birds!

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