Before the Hajj, the First Egyptian Pilgrimage Group Reaches Makkah

Before the Hajj, the First Egyptian Pilgrimage Group Reaches Makkah

Tuesday saw the arrival of the first group of Egyptian pilgrims for this year’s Hajj in Makkah. Rehlat W Manafae is a branch of Ashraqat, a corporation that provides services to Arab pilgrims.

When the 1,000 pilgrims arrived in the holy city, they were given presents, Zamzam water, flowers, and Saudi coffee, according to the Saudi Press Agency.

According to the General Directorate of Passports, 55,000 Egyptian pilgrims are anticipated to perform the Hajj this year, and as of Sunday, 935,966 pilgrims from all over the world had entered the Kingdom.

Ahmed Tamar, the CEO of Rehlat W Manafae, reaffirmed that the company’s goal is to give pilgrims the most comfort and convenience throughout their rituals, in compliance with the Kingdom’s directions to look after pilgrims and guests at the two sacred mosques.

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