Dur hospitality launches ‘Karam for Umrah’ services

Karam for Umrah Services has signed more than 10 major travel agencies

Dur hospitality, Umrah services, Makkah, Madinah

Karam for Umrah Services, a subsidiary of Dur Hospitality was recently launched. The operational arm of Umrah Services has also signed 10 major travel agencies during the Arabian Travel Market 2019.

The service provides tourists to Makkah and Madinah with services and packages including “issuance of visas, flight bookings, airport reception, in addition to offering group and individual services, local transportation, and catering services suited to all tastes, as well as (three, four and five-star) hotel booking services, which cover a wide range of hotels within Makkah and Madinah”.

Talking about this, Dr Badr Al Badr, CEO of Dur Hospitality, said, “Karam for Umrah Services seeks to develop relationships of trust and mutual benefit with Hajj and Umrah companies around the world to ensure safe and effectively planned visits for pilgrims while also facilitating a smooth flow of visitors from their countries, in line with Vision 2030’s targets to increase the number of Umrah pilgrims from 8 to 30 million".

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