The green mountains in the heart of region, the waterfalls of Banias, the natural paradise of Tel Dan, or the Sea of Galilee, which in Israel is called Kinneret.
These are just some of the many natural attractions and wonders northern Israel offers, making the area an attraction for both domestic and foreign tourists.
The latter group is again present in large numbers after the Corona crisis, especially in the area around Kinneret, where there are some Christian holy places such as Tabgha and Capernaum.
However, there is also another story to be told about the pearl of Israel.
Tourism in Israel is still not back to pre-Corona levels, but this does not apply to the north of the country.
The high season is now behind us and there was a surplus of tourists in the north who caused a lot of inconvenience, especially in the case of Israeli tourists.
Local governments lack the resources to tackle this problem and the...
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