Meet Rooh Travel
A halal travel company focused on sustainable & conscious travel
Rooh Travel is bringing back the soul in travel. As a halal travel company we’re working to create a world were people travel for themeselves.
A world were travel isn’t for social media posts. but for the intimate experiences gained and the people met.
That is why we believe that travel can help in the ongoing pursuit of spiritual enlightenment and the enrichment of one’s soul.
What We Do &
How We Do It
We seamlessly combine your travel interests and preferences with our travel knowledge to design for you truly unique travel experiences.
We help you to book your flights, hotels and activities to find the most cost effective option for your trip.
Once you enquire about a trip, you will be paired with a Halal Travel Geek that’s either from that destination, calls it their second home or has travelled extensively in it.
Your Halal Travel Geek will handcraft your travel itinerary based on your personality to create a meaningful travel experience that’ll enrich the soul.
Meet the founder
Whilst working at a travel start-up, I’ve spent most of my time on the road. Whilst living in Thailand, I would always be between juggling work and travelling.
I am extremely fond of the world’s most remote and exotic destinations. Places where information on Google didn’t exist. Places where you can connect with its people, experience their cultures, and understand their perspectives.
These destinations were always the most difficult to discover Muslim-friendly amenities, and speaking with Muslims who’ve been there was uncommon.
As a result, Rooh Travel was born from those experiences.
In the Arabic language, rooh means “soul“, and in colloquial Arabic it means “go“.
Rooh exists to bring back the soul into travel. In a world filled with constant travel imagery being posted on social media, people are travelling for the ‘Gram instead of what truly matters.
We believe that each travel experience should be unique & meaningful to the traveller. For that reason, it should be designed with the traveller’s intention in mind.