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Israel and ACTA sign corporate partnership
The Israel Ministry of Tourism has signed a new corporate partnership with ACTA to better promote travel to Israel from Canada.
Israel in the spotlight with July 14 webinar
Israel, the first post-COVID-19 long-haul destination, is in the spotlight with an upcoming webinar.
Israel Ministry of Tourism signs marketing deal with TravelBrands
The Israel Ministry of Tourism has teamed up with TravelBrands to develop a marketing campaign that will roll out across various sectors of the Canadian travel industry.
Israel to reopen domestic tourism sector, starting with ground-floor hotel rooms
The Israel Ministry of Tourism is now taking preliminary steps to reopen its domestic tourism sector.
There’s no stopping Israel and agents “see the lucrative side of selling packages”
Coming off its third year in a row of strong growth, Israel is making inroads into developing markets as well as established markets, and that includes Canada.
Israel Ministry of Tourism appoints new Tourism Commissioner for North America
Following last week’s official announcement of its new Director of Tourism-Canada, the Israel Ministry of Tourism has appointed Eyal Carlin as its new Tourism Commissioner for North America.
Everyone can find what they’re looking for in Israel, says IMOT’s Hana
After welcoming over four million Canadian visitors in 2018, the Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT) is ready to reach five million in 2019.
American Queen Steamboat Co. 2021 Paddlewheel Collection
The charms of American river cruising spring to life in the pages of our 2021 Paddlewheel Collection.
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