What you saw on Saturday night on your TV is what you see when you take a group to Israel. Over the years, I have taken hundreds of people to Israel and am aware both of the unique challenges the destination has, but equally, of the amazing opportunities that Israel offers. Israel, as a country is not perfect, no country is, but as a place where Christian, Jew and Muslim live side by side, where LGBT and religious fervour flourish, where ancient history and tomorrows world collide, it certainly tries it’s best.

Tourism to Israel is experiencing unprecedented numbers and breaking records for incoming tourism. 2019 will see the largest ever numbers of tourists visiting the country, even without the thousands that came and enjoyed Eurovision (Even the Icelanders !!).

Five star hotels, friendly, inquisitive service, glorious weather, countless unique experiences and excellent infrastructure abound to create a real “once in a lifetime experience”

Incentive trips are designed not only to be luxurious, but to open people’s eyes to the amazing experiences available in the world. Little wonder therefore that for over 5000 years, people have walked through the desert for 40 years or crossed Europe on horseback with the Crusades for the chance to experience Israel’s wonder and beauty. Today – it’s just a 4 1/2 hour flight. !!

I have often heard Incentive House colleagues saying – It;’s not me that you need to convince. I’m convinced, it’s just my clients might not be. Well, maybe now’s the time for you (and your clients) to be open to visit the country at your earliest convenience to see for yourself why people like Eshet DMC, our Israeli DMC partner, and Azimuth are so enthusiastic about the destination. I have yet to speak with anyone who has been, who hasn’t been amazed not only by the overall experience, but by how quickly any preconceived ideas were turned 180 degrees on their head.

I would be delighted to personally escort anyone of you that is interested in learning more, so that you can see all this for yourself. Please let me know if you’d like to join me.


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