some of Indian commercial carriers to consider a new route to Israel - connecting Indian cities to the resort city of Eilat in southern Israel, known to the India market for MICE movements. “In recent years, Indian travellers have become familiar with the cities of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, and now we want to introduce them to the resort city of Eilat, on the shores Red Sea. Once international travel resumes from India, we are confident that Eilat will be a destination on the minds of the Indian travellers, so we want to make progress with potential flight routes when the demand comes.” said Sammy Yahia, Director of Tourism, India & Philippines.
Israel offers a plethora of things to do and see to cater to the discerning traveller. Tourism to Israel has steadily grown with 2019 seeing a record of 4.5 million international tourists as the nation houses a number of UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Old City of Jerusalem, Old City of Acre and Masada (Dead Sea region).
From the historical city of Jerusalem to the beach city of Tel Aviv; the lowest point on earth - Dead Sea, to the marvelous underwater marine life of Red Sea in Eilat and the World UNESCO Heritage sites all across the country, experience the dynamic Israel. Visit www.goisrael.in for more information