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With halal resorts with female only facilities such as those of Wome Deluxe to other halal hotels such as The Crowne Plaza Istanbul – Old City and
Golden Horn Sirkeci, ideal for muslim trav
ellers. The often mistaken capital, Istanbul is a city steeped in history. In Istanbul, you can see the combination of the modern western city and the traditional eastern city, a true culmination of eras gone by. Indulge in Turkeys blissful beaches in the south of the country with the Mediterranean coast a popular destination for Muslim travellers.



When you think of Morocco, you can’t help but picture the colourful souks, spice markets and friendly people. The North African country is steeped in Islamic history so get ready to discover Morocco with Rihaala. Muslim travellers can find Morocco very welcoming and the highlights include the hustle and bustle of Marrakech, the quiet coastline of Essaouira and of course Fes, home to the oldest university in the world.  

The Maldives

Possibly one of the most sought after destinations in the world, the Maldives has everything for Muslim honeymooners and families looking for picture-perfect beaches. Water villas providing the ultimate privacy with your partner or Muslim family. The luxury resorts vary specialising and focussing on a different aspect, but all extremely accommodating to Muslim lifestyle.

South Africa

The ultimate holiday destination for Muslim travellers who are also nature lovers, South Africa is a must-visit if you’re looking to explore the great outdoors. Situated on the southernmost tip of the African continent, South Africa is one of the most diverse and interesting countries in the world. It is home to Kruger National Park, Cape Town, Table Mountain, and so much more. Muslim travellers will fall in love with the wildlife South Africa has to offer, especially as you explore the forests and lagoons along the Garden Route.


Are you looking for a halal-friendly destination where you’ll feel right at home? Malaysia is a diverse country whose most followed religion is Islam. With around 61% of Malaysia’s population being Muslim (or approximately 19.5 million people) Muslim travellers will find exploring Malaysia a breath of fresh air. Known for its beaches, rainforests, and mixture of cultural influences, Malaysia has become a popular tourist destination for many reasons. Being the vibrant and modern country Malaysia is, you can expect to enjoy city views, the Malaysian lifestyle, and the delicious Malaysian cuisine.⠀


One of the most popular destinations for our Muslim travellers, Dubai is full of activities and family experiences. With halal food aplenty warm seas, and attractions to keep you busy whether a short or longer break, you’ll definitely have a blast when exploring this beautiful Emirate. Whether it’s a break in the sun you’re looking for, a quick stopover before continuing your travels, we challenge you to get bored of the city that doesn’t sleep.

New Zealand

So much to see, so much to do, New Zealand is surprisingly so compact that you may run out of time exploring its many beautiful locations. Our halal friendly experiences will take you across some of the islands most spectacular places, from Arthurs Pass, Queenstown, Rotorua,  Auckland, to the Bay of Plenty, and the Chatham Islands. With many variations of the tour if your one for echoing the open road why not try out our self-drive option? Everything from Whale watching to bungee jumping; New Zealand is definitely a great place to make amazing new memories!


Japan, one of Asia’s most iconic destinations has become a must-go-to destination for Muslim travellers. So what has made Japan so welcoming to halal travel seekers? Apart from a well-preserved culture, history and some of the most dramatic scenery in the region, Japan has begun welcoming Muslim travellers by making finding halal food and places to pray easier to find in popular attractions.   

The fast-paced city experience starts at Tokyo Station with the complex train system the best way to navigate the city. . Tokyo has a selection of wonderful Japanese halal restaurants from Ramen counters to Tempura stations, many halal-certified.Leaving Tokyo behind, head west to Hakone in the shadow of the majestic Mount Fuji: a peaceful yet breathtaking view. Head further west and find the beautiful city of Kyoto especially during the Sakura festival, it is the perfect base to explore Osaka, Hiroshima and even Nagoya. 

That’s just some of your options if your still not sure which destination feels like you, head to our website and get inspired!