Our passion is creating exceptional tours designed with Muslim travellers in mind. We provide unique and immersive experiences that go beyond sightseeing, with a commitment to service at the heart of everything we do. By breaking down barriers and fostering connections, we aim to make travel more accessible, enjoyable, and fulfilling for all.
Our Mission to lead with Service
At Halal Travel Guide, our mission is to provide exceptional travel experiences for adventure-seeking Muslim travellers. While we welcome travellers from all backgrounds and ages, a typical guest on our tours is aged somewhere between 25 - 41 years old. We offer group tours that are thoughtfully designed with your needs in mind, so you can fully immerse yourself in local cultures and forge new connections with like-minded travellers.
Our commitment to service is at the heart of everything we do. We work closely with local guides and travel experts to create unique and meaningful experiences that go beyond just sightseeing. Our tours offer opportunities to engage with the local community and learn about their customs and traditions. By fostering connections and breaking down barriers, we aim to make travel more accessible, enjoyable, and fulfilling for all.
So whether you're looking to discover new destinations, meet new people, or deepen your understanding of Islamic heritage, Halal Travel Guide is here to help you make the most of your journey.
Soumaya T. Hamdi
Growing up though, the only destination we’d travel to as a family abroad was North Africa, mainly a) to visit family and b) because it was easy being a Muslim traveller there. Most of the time though, we’d ‘staycation’ in the UK. Speaking with other young Muslims, I’ve found that a lot of us can relate to the experience of taking home-cooked meals to the beach and wearing makeshift modest swimwear because we knew we wouldn’t find halal food nearby, and burkinis were only – mercifully - invented once we got older.
Beyond North Africa, I didn’t really travel abroad much before the age of 23. I didn’t take a Gap Year and travel through Europe like many people my age, or spend summers volunteering abroad.
So, when I had the chance to travel through Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and Japan in the summer of 2015, I jumped on the opportunity. I loved every minute of the adventure, navigating my way with my husband and 5-month-old baby in a small rental car.
So what does Halal Travel Guide offer?
Halal Travel Guide is a signatory to the new Guiding Principles launched by the Future of Tourism Coalition.
As a signatory, we commit to place destination needs at the centre of our business practises and do our part to build a better tomorrow for travel and tourism.
To find out what we're doing to make travel better, head over to the menu and select the 'Travel Better' icon.
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