Published on : Tuesday, November 28, 2017
As per the decision, a budget of around NIS 10 million (about 2.8 million U.S. dollars) will be allocated and the Tourism Ministry of Israel will head a development team for it.
The Israeli government for the first time has participated in a project of that standard which has tourist and historical proposition.
Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister explained that the project is required for the tourism potential of the country. “This is an outstanding enterprise.”
The proposed route will influence tourism all through the country. The north portrays green landscapes and water sources, and the south is characterized by desert landscapes offering visitors the option to hike between the holy sites.
The recommendations for a strategic plan in expanding the trail will soon be submitted by the Ministry of Tourism to the Israeli government within 120 days.
The decision says that the financial possibility of such tourism to the periphery is important with the aptitude to grow increases in terms of hospitality options, eating places, tourist attractions and many more.
Tourism Minister Yariv Levin explained that the decision of developing a tourist trail is a key against an all-time record breaking statistics in incoming tourism and the initiations to put in new tourist attractions that will profit Israeli visitors and tourists.