The Israel Film Service Collection

Tourism Means Buisness

21 Minutes, 1973
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Directed by: Ron Ram
Production:Igal Efrati, Matti Raban
Production Company:Israel Film Service
Photographer: Rafi Corenfeld, Haim Schreiber, Peter Sela
Language: English
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

An English-speaking film produced on behalf of the Ministry of Tourism, which appeals to an international audience of potential investors interested in investing in the Israeli tourism industry. The film reviews the growth in tourism in the country over the years, and the governments’ plans to encourage investments in tourism by defining designated investment areas, which will offer loans of varying amounts for the construction of hotels around the country. The film showcases to potential investors a selection of tourist attractions in Israel, with views of the Sea of Galilee and Rosh HaNikra, the city of Tel Aviv and its beaches, future plans to launch medical tourism in the Dead Sea, the resort city of Eilat and also the beaches of Sinai, where the Israeli hotel industry has expanded since the Six Day War.

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