Though it’s a watershed mark in the corona pandemic, entry into the country still requires that certain conditions be met.
The aim is to allow foreign nationals who are vaccinated with an inoculation recognized by the Health Ministry, and who are also owners of their country’s green passport, to visit Israel.
Overall visits during the period fell by 76 percent compared to last year, while for September, the figure was 96 percent.
Saudi Arabia has been closed for tourism over the past several decades but has decided to provide tourist visas to those interested following their the second delegation of evangelical leaders from United States.
Hebron spokesman Yishai Fleischer responded noting that: “Congress is not seeing the full picture and should visit Hebron where they can see a city with so much Jewish history and how that very history is being erased by Jihadi propagandists like Amro”.
Four million tourists visited Israel in 2018, an increase of 13 percent from 2017. How did Israel achieve this and what’s stopping it from increasing that number?
To all lovers of Zion, Israel is a remarkable country, with many friends to be sure, but also a cluster of enemies who view it as the embodiment of all things evil. So, to be able to see Israel’s record-breaking year in black and white statistics is a comfort.
Some people know Jerusalem as the City of Fire, some know it as the Holy City; however, you want to call it, Israel’s capital is turning into the world’s hottest travel destination for 2018.
Israel is a desirable tourism hot-spot. Already in 2018, the country has surpassed its 2017 total. It is estimated that more than 4 million people will visit the country in 2018. It is said that tourism has added $4.8 billion to the economy.
Despite recent regional unrest, levels of tourism are reaching all-time highs in Israel.