Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah just released a significant update for Muslims worldwide. The integrated electronic platform known as Nusuk has been made available by the Saudi authorities to act as a new entry point for pilgrims traveling to Madinah and Makkah, among other holy places.
So what exactly is Nusuk? Are you traveling for Umrah soon and curious as to what impact will this new service have on both domestic and foreign pilgrims? Here is what we currently know about the Eatmarna app replacement.
What we will cover
- About the Nusuk App/Platform
- Purpose for the Nusuk App
- What are the features of the Nusuk app?
- Getting the Nusuk App
- Will the Nusuk app be available for Hajj?
- Adding a companion on the Nusuk App
- Nusuk Hajj
- Creating an account on Nusuk Hajj
- Nusuk Hajj services
The Eatmarna app which was formerly used to book your Umrah pilgrimage is effectively being replaced by the Nusuk app. The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah seeks to offer all pilgrims a safe, easy, hassle-free, and enjoyable journey. The app will facilitate the electronic issuing of their visit and/or Umrah visas. The integration and unification of the Nusuk app will efficiently assist pilgrims from all over the world with their Umrah bookings as well as allow them to plan visits to several Saudi Arabian historical and religious places.
The Nusuk app positions itself as a continuation of the ministry’s ongoing efforts to enhance the calibre of services offered to pilgrims utilising cutting-edge technology.