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Iraq Ziyarat Tour Package

Iraq is a land of ancient history and rich culture, and for many Muslims, it is a holy land. The country is home to two of the most important Shia shrines in the world: the Imam Ali Shrine in Najaf and the Imam Hussein Shrine in Karbala. These shrines are visited by millions of pilgrims each year, who come to pay their respects to the Prophet Muhammad’s grandsons, Imam Ali and Imam Hussein.

A ziarat tour to Iraq is an opportunity to experience the country’s rich religious heritage and to learn about the history of Islam. Pilgrims will visit the two holy shrines, as well as other important religious sites, such as the Wadi al-Salaam cemetery in Najaf and the Kazimain Mosque in Baghdad. They will also have the chance to learn about the country’s history and culture from their tour guides.

A ziarat tour to Iraq is a spiritual journey that can be both enriching and life-changing. It is an opportunity to connect with your faith and to learn about the history of Islam. If you are looking for a meaningful and unforgettable travel experience, then a ziarat tour to Iraq is the perfect choice for you.

Here is a sample itinerary for a 10-day ziarat tour to Iraq:

Day 1:

  • Arrive in Baghdad and check into your hotel.
  • Visit the Al-Askari Mosque, the site of the tombs of Imam Ali al-Hadi and Imam Hasan al-Askari.
  • Have dinner at a traditional Iraqi restaurant.

Day 2:

  • Visit the Kazimain Mosque, the site of the tombs of Imam Musa al-Kadhim and Imam Muhammad al-Taqi.
  • Visit the Wadi al-Salaam cemetery, the largest cemetery in the world.
  • Have dinner at a traditional Iraqi restaurant.

Day 3:

  • Fly from Baghdad to Najaf.
  • Check into your hotel in Najaf.
  • Visit the Imam Ali Shrine, the most important Shia shrine in the world.
  • Have dinner at a traditional Iraqi restaurant.

Day 4:

  • Visit the Kufa Mosque, the site of the first Shia mosque.
  • Visit the Al-Hussainiyah al-Kubra, the largest Shia seminary in the world.
  • Have dinner at a traditional Iraqi restaurant.

Day 5:

  • Fly from Najaf to Karbala.
  • Check into your hotel in Karbala.
  • Visit the Imam Hussein Shrine, the second most important Shia shrine in the world.
  • Have dinner at a traditional Iraqi restaurant.

Day 6:

  • Visit the Al-Abbas Shrine, the shrine of Imam Hussein’s brother, Abbas ibn Ali.
  • Visit the Al-Hujjajiya, the site of the Battle of Karbala.
  • Have dinner at a traditional Iraqi restaurant.

Day 7:

  • Visit the Al-Thawra Mosque, the largest Shia mosque in Iraq.
  • Visit the Al-Musayyib market, a traditional Iraqi market.
  • Have dinner at a traditional Iraqi restaurant.

Day 8:

  • Fly from Karbala back to Baghdad.
  • Visit the National Museum of Iraq, home to a vast collection of artifacts from Mesopotamia.
  • Have dinner at a traditional Iraqi restaurant.

Day 9:

  • Visit the Al-Sadr City, a Shia neighborhood in Baghdad.
  • Visit the Al-Kadhimiyah district, a Sunni neighborhood in Baghdad.
  • Have dinner at a traditional Iraqi restaurant.

Day 10:

  • Depart from Baghdad.

This is just a sample itinerary, and the actual itinerary may vary depending on the interests of the group and the availability of flights and accommodations.

The cost of a ziarat tour to Iraq will vary depending on the length of the tour, the type of accommodations, and the level of service.

A typical 10-day ziarat tour to Iraq

Price includes round-trip airfare, accommodations, transportation, and guided tours.

Visas are required for all visitors to Iraq, and they can be obtained from the Iraqi embassy or consulate in your country.

For more information on ziarat tours to Iraq, please contact a travel agent or tour operator.