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Black Muslim Women Travelers - 7 Instagram Accounts to Follow

“Black women can do anything. We’ve proven that time and time and time again.” -Tarana Burke While traveling as a Muslim has its own challenges, then as a woman on top of that, there are even more twists for Black Muslim women travelers. Here are seven Black Muslimah travel bloggers with inspiring accounts to follow, …

5 Muslim Globetrotters Who Will Inspire You to Travel

5 Muslim Globetrotters Who Will Inspire You to Travel

Travel bloggers, who doesn’t love them? They let us experience a journey through them and share a snapshot of their adventurous lives. The travel blog market is booming and I started to ask myself: What does the lifestyle of a Muslim globetrotter look like? As a Muslim you may have things to consider before traveling, …

How to Travel the World as a New Muslim?

Traveling the World as a New Muslim

Traveling as a Muslim is not different as compared to traveling before becoming a Muslim, as long as certain guidelines are adhered to. Tourists, Muslim or not, are required to be respectful of their place of travels, to represent themselves and their own country in a positive light.


Travel Happily ... Travel Light

It is the end of the summer vacation when everyone wants a final getaway before heading back to university or school. Let’s start packing our bags and leave the crowded and choking city with its hot, heavy, and stifling weather. Let’s go far away and head to a place where there’s a long blue beach …

Can We Combine Prayers While Traveling?

Can We Combine Prayers While Traveling?

Wa `alaykum as-salamu wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger.  Dear brother in Islam, we would like to express our thanks and appreciation for your good question, which is an assured sign of …

Finding Contentment

It’s a story I’ve heard often repeated among those who have visited third-world countries: finding people who are happy despite their dire circumstances. I guess it just goes to show, money and a life of privilege don’t equal happiness…

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