1.Devote your good intentions and sincerity for Allah's sake.
2.Make sure that the expenses of your Hajj journey come from legitimate sources.
3.Keep away from anything that distract your heart and emotions; keep calm and tranquil, fill your time with Dhikr, and avoid desires and inclination.
4.Repent to Allah Almighty, remove injustices, discharge your debts, and leave money for those in your care, before travelling.
5.Make sure, during your pilgrimage journey, to use fine words, to feed the poor, and to show high moralities, since travelling reveals the hidden mysteries.
6.When you put on ihram garments during Hajj, remember that all people around you are wearing the same garments and that there is no difference among them in front of Allah except in obeying Him.
7.Feel in your heart the Greatness of Allah and beware of hypocrisy in order not to render your deeds void.
8.When you see Al-Masjid Al-Haram, thank Allah for the blessing of making you perform Hajj.
9.It is not permissible to crowd or struggle through crowds since you are in the holiest spot on earth. In this regard, pilgrims must remember that among objectives of Hajj are to purify their hearts and accustom themselves to patience and obedience.
10.Proceed gently in the rites of Hajj in order not to harm anyone.
11.Trotting in Tawaf is recommended for men and disliked for women.
12.Hajj is one of the best worships, so speak well during Hajj.
13.By standing at Arafat, be mindful of the Day of Resurrection, crowding of people, their loud, their different languages, gathering of nations in this spot and their prayers for intercession.
14.When you stone Jamarat, show humility, slavery and servitude without being arrogant.
15.Proceed gently in stoning Jamarat in order not to harm others and choose the smallest stones.
16.When you visit Madinah, remember that this is the place that Allah chose for His Prophet (bpuh) and permitted him to migrate to it.
17.If Allah blessed you with visiting the tomb of Prophet Muhammad (bpuh), feel His greatness in your heart and invoke peace and blessings upon Him. Pilgrims visiting the Prophet's tomb must feel in their hearts that the Prophet (bpuh) is alive in His grave; He can hear their greeting and words and is able to answer them.
18.The pilgrims do not have to offer a sacrifice; however, they have to slaughter a "Hady of Pleasure" only if they gather both Umrah and Hajj and make an interval between them. The pilgrims are also obliged to slaughter a "Hady of Qur'an", if they gather both Umrah and Hajj without making an interval between them. The pilgrims may have to offer a sacrifice either for skipping one of the pilgrimage obligations, or expiation for taking a prohibited action during Hajj.