Israel

  • World’s longest salt cave uncovered in Israel

     Friday, March 29, 2019

    As per an international team of researchers, the world’s longest salt cave has been discovered in Israel and it continues to grow.   The 6.2 miles long Malham Cave in Mount Sedom also known as the mount Sodom has surpassed …

  • Israel is thinking over tourist tax

     Wednesday, March 27, 2019

    The rising budget deficit in Israel is leading the Ministry of Finance of the country to think about a revenue stream which is already in practice in quite a few countries worldwide—a tourist tax. The ministry is thinking about levying …

  • Israel hotel industry eyes more on lesser known destinations to attract tourists

     Wednesday, March 20, 2019

    Israel hotel industry is now looking to invest more on lesser known destinations, setting a new record that was approximately 14 percent more international entries than in 2017, and 42 percent more than in 2016.     The number of …

  • Israel Ministry of Tourism welcomes agents during 8th Annual Israel Where Else Conference

     Saturday, February 16, 2019

    Israel Ministry of Tourism welcomes top travel wholesalers and agents during the 8th Annual Israel Where Else Conference.     This week, the Israel Ministry of Tourism welcomed 80 of the top wholesalers and agents from around the world to …

  • In January, Israel’s tourism sector showed powerful impact

     Friday, February 8, 2019

    In January, the Israel tourism industry experienced an 11 percent up in tourist entries, contributing $413 million in revenues to the economy of the Israelis.   As per Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), in January 2019, around 285,600 tourist …

  • Offbeat romantic destinations in Israel

     Tuesday, February 5, 2019

      Israel is a unique mix of old and new, it embraces modern lifestyle while preserving its past. It has the most happening beaches, mysterious ruins, the rolling hills of Samaria, Dead Sea and the Babylonian hotels. Its vast terrains …

  • With 21 percent growth, India becomes the 12th source market to Israel

     Thursday, January 24, 2019

    From January to December, 2018, Israel has recorded a 21% growth in Indian tourist arrivals with almost 70,800 travelers coming to the country at the same time 58,700 tourists in 2017 and 44,700 in 2016. This shows an enormous growth …

  • Israel opens its airport to boost tourism in Eilat

     Tuesday, January 22, 2019

    Israel opened a new international airport outside its Red Sea resort of Eilat on January 21, hoping to boost winter tourism from Europeans and provide an alternative for times of conflict to its main gateway in Tel Aviv.     …

  • Israel sees a record 21% growth in Indian tourist arrivals

     Thursday, January 17, 2019

    The statistics released by the Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT)  reveals that there was a 21% growth in Indian tourists arrivals in the nation with around 70,800 traveller visiting the country between January to December making India the 12th source …

  • Israel’s hotel industry flourished in 2018 as tourism surges

     Saturday, January 5, 2019

    2018 is a good tourism year for Israel, with a strong increase in inbound visitor numbers.     The state saw approximately 13 percent more international entries in 2018 than 2017, a 38-percent increase over 2016. Notably, 40 percent of …

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