Sri Lankan officials to visit Israel to promote tourism

Officials from the Sri Lankan Ministry of Tourism will visit Israel for the opening of IMTM International Tourism Fair.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 16, 2019 15:59
Sri Lankan officials to visit Israel to promote tourism

Viceroy Train rolling through Tea Estates . (photo credit: SRI LANKAN MINISTRY OF TOURISM)

 
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The island nation of Sri Lanka has magical beaches and a rich Buddhist heritage that attract more than ten thousand Israelis each year.

The goal of the Sri Lankan Ministry of Tourism for 2019 is to increase the amount of Israelis visiting the island by 20%.

For that purpose, officials from the Sri Lankan Tourism Ministry will visit Tel Aviv to participate in the International Mediterranean Tourism Market [IMTM] to be held February 12-13 at the Tel Aviv Convention Center.

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