Masjid Al Aqsa FAQs | Explore the Islamic Tour

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Welcome to our Masjid Al Aqsa FAQs page. We know that a trip to Masjid Al Aqsa from the UK might seem like a big step, but rest assured, you’re in capable hands with First Qibla Tours.

We’ve answered common queries about the journey here, covering everything from safety to local customs and cuisine. Remember, Masjid Al-Aqsa, Palestine is a land of warm hospitality, deep history, and rich culture – a truly rewarding destination. We aim to ensure that you have a comfortable, spiritually enriching, and unforgettable travel experience.

If your question isn’t listed, feel free to get in touch. We’re excited to guide you on this unforgettable journey! Let’s explore the wonders of Masjid Al-Aqsa together!

Masjid Al Aqsa FAQs

Absolutely! Photography is allowed and encouraged at Masjid Al-Aqsa. Capture the breathtaking architecture, serene courtyards, and unique ambiance of this sacred site. Feel free to snap away and create lasting memories of your visit. 

Your package will show if it’s B&B or HB.

Yes, you can buy Wi-Fi and data Sim Card in Jerusalem.

Airport immigration can be a lengthy process, sometimes taking 3 to 5 hours. However, in some instances, it can be quicker. We advise you to remain patient, have all your necessary documents ready, and follow the instructions given by immigration officers. Your experience and safety are our top priorities, and we appreciate your cooperation during this process.

To ensure your safety and provide a seamless experience, we advise staying within the areas recommended by First Qibla Tours. The main focus will be the Old City of Jerusalem, where Masjid Al-Aqsa is located, along with nearby shopping areas. These locations offer a captivating atmosphere, with historical and cultural richness for you to explore, allowing you to make the most of your visit.

While Masjid Al-Aqsa is a sacred place of worship, it follows specific operating hours. After Isha prayer, the Masjid closes for the night and reopens for Fajr prayer, Take advantage of the peaceful early morning atmosphere till nightfall to fully embrace the spiritual essence of the Masjid and surrounding lands.

No, you must stick with your group at all times. However, we recommend refraining from exchanging personal contact information for your own privacy and security.

The local currency is the Israeli Shekel. ATMs can be found in close proximity to hotels, as well as money exchange shops, making it convenient for you to access cash or exchange currencies as needed. Our tour guides will be happy to assist you in locating the nearest facilities for your convenience.

We use new coaches with 30/55 seaters subject to group size.

Each hotel is different you must ask the group leader.

No, you will get an entry print out which you must keep with your passport at all times.

Yes, staff at Tel-Ave and any other border crossing are well-spoken and fluent in English.

We stayed in the Mount of Olives hotel. You can check the hotel pictures on the google.

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