Halal friendly tourism or Muslim friendly tourism is mainly people with Islamic beliefs in particular, due to a multitude of reasons like fair pricing, peace and security, family-friendly environment and hygiene etc. Halal tourism as a concept has been used with different names and connotations in the tourism theory and practice
The major components of Halal friendly tourism or Muslim friendly tourism are similar to those of conventional tourism like hotels, restaurants, logistics, tour itineraries, destination guides and travel packages. Evaluation of the value of tourism products in case of Halal friendly tourism or Muslim friendly tourism, however, entails a completely different process due to the requirements of the Islam. These requirements are called Sharia’h-principles.
In principle, Halal tourism is about satisfying tourists looking for destinations that can fulfill their needs and considerations without being hassled in any way. It covers all tourism-related products and services designed, produced, and presented to Muslim tourists accordingly. Muslim tourists usually travel with family members and friends; therefore, this concept is tailored to the travel needs of Muslim tourists who predominately seek a family-friendly environment. All destinations that provide services and facilities that cater basic needs of Muslim visitors are classified as ‘Muslim Friendly Destinations’ these destinations, tourists can count on feeling at ease, can enjoy family-centered activities, and have a good time on holidays.
Hotels and Resorts for Halal-friendly tourists; the indicators are halal food, prayer mats(Ja-Namaz), and compass indicating the direction of Qibla in every room, suitable recreational facilities within hotels and resorts, ambiances, architecture, and interiors that would make Muslim travelers feel at ease during the trip. Transportation for Halal-friendly tourists; cleanliness, non-alcoholic drinks, and publications that are coherent with Islam. Food Premises and Restaurants for Halal-friendly tourists; family-friendly environment and hygiene, meals served in the restaurant have to be halal and must be according to Islamic principles
Tour Packages for Muslim-friendly travelers, the content of the tour packages must be well-themed. All the destinations should have services and facilities that cater basic needs of Muslim visitors. Tour Itineraries for Muslim-friendly travelers include visits to cities, towns, and monuments that reflect historical, cultural, and architectural importance with the complete vision and ideas per the consideration of Muslim travelers. Delve into local cultures and traditions, history, cuisines, and lifestyles anything that contributes to the unique identity of the places
Assistance for Halal-friendly tourists; the assurance of seamless services, and, most importantly, the people who can cater efficient services for the convenience of halal-friendly travelers. We offer specially designed features and selected destinations to cater quality services for halal-friendly tourism and hospitality in India. We ensure Muslim travelers the best of hospitality while on trips and holidays in India. During this process we have restructured the models of travel and hospitality by applying halal friendly features and amenities
A country by name, but a continent in scale, India in one word is diversity, the land of incredible diversity which truly offers something for everyone. Spectacular architecture, heritage complexes, abandoned cities, remote indigenous communities, princely forts, palaces, havelis, mahals, bazaars and nature beyond imagination. Many destinations in India considered being the most beautiful places on planet Earth and many cities and towns in India with historical and architectural importance considered being the most visited places in the world, all these places are the ideal and best perfect destinations for charming holidays and experiences for the longest memories.
Islam is the second-largest religion in India, over 200 million people adherents of Islam. India is the country with the second largest number of Muslims in the world and largest Muslim-minority population in the world. Trade relations have existed between Arabia and the Indian subcontinent since ancient times. Even in the pre-Islamic era, Arab traders used to visit Indian coastal regions, which linked them with the ports of Southeast Asia. Cheraman Juma Mosque in Kerala is thought to be the first mosque in Indian subcontinent built in 629 CE by Hazrat Malik Deenar.
For centuries of migration of intelligentsia, mystics, traders, artists, and artisans into the Indian subcontinent and their interaction with the Indians, who had distinct religious beliefs and established notions about art, architecture, and literature, resulted in the creation of a new composite civilization. The Indo–Islamic culture is the name given to this civilization. Over the time, there has been significant integration of cultures across India and all the groups and communities have played a notable role in social, economic and, political development of India it is the “Cultural Heritage of India”
One of the most enduring achievements of Indian civilization is undoubtedly its architecture. Indian architecture is as old as the history of the civilization. The earliest remains of recognizable building activity in India dates back to the Indus Valley cities. Indian architecture, which has evolved through centuries, is the result of socio-economic and geographical conditions. Indian architecture, belonging to different periods of history, bears the stamp of respective periods. From the advent of Islam in the Indian subcontinent in the 7th and 8th centuries, during these migrations, Muslims acquired several characteristics of indigenous cultures and traditions and incorporated them into their building techniques. The mediaeval period saw significant advancements in the art of architecture, several new architectural characteristics and methods were introduced. This period’s development of architectural style is known as Indo-Islamic Architecture, or Indian architecture inspired by architectural styles of Persia, Arabia and Central Asia. Neither purely Islamic nor strictly Hindu, the Indo-Islamic style was a hybrid of the two. It was, in reality, a fusion of Islamic and Indian architectural components.
From the establishment of Delhi Sultanate in the beginning of 13th century to Mughal Empire lasted in mid-19th century, many rulers made contributions to Indo-Islamic architecture. They systematically designed monuments complexes, minaret, forts, palaces, tombs, mausoleum and towns which are unique examples of ultimate architecture. Monuments and towns developed for centuries throughout the ever-changing extent of empires in Medieval India. Currently there are around 40 world heritage sites in India, nominated by UNESCO for outstanding universal value to architectural works, cultural and natural heritage.
In India, nearly every place seems to be seeping with history and beauty. This destination combines set of vibrant history and gorgeous natural scenery. Scenic hills stations, beautiful beaches, dense jungles, deserts, monument complexes, historical towns, ultra-modern live cities and, unique socio-cultural scenario, a cluster of diversity exposes travellers to different attractions, rituals, delicacies, architecture and much more. India’s magic lies in the charm of its people, the vibrancy of its heritage and the unique ways of life style that exist today. Wide variety of characteristics, found with a mixture of basic traditions and culture of this land, this destination is home of great affections and love for all.
With HalalTrip India, you’ll discover all this and much more; our tours aim to uncover cultural intricacies and connections across a wide range of subject areas and themes including art, architecture, archaeology, history, and natural image of this unique destination. We are offering specially designed features and selected destinations to cater quality services for halal friendly tourism and hospitality in India. We ensure Muslim travelers for the best of hospitality whilst on trips and holidays in India. During this process we have restructured the models of travel and hospitality by applying halal friendly features and amenities.