Resort still has Eilat to offer

Archer, Jane
September 2003
Travel Weekly: The Choice of Travel Professionals;9/29/2003, Issue 1687, p54
Trade Publication
The number of operators offering holidays in Eilat, a seaport in Israel, at the head of the Gulf of Aqaba, this Winter has fallen as dramatically as the number of visitors from Great Britain. The brochure of Longwood Holidays features 26 hotels in Eilat, learn-to-dive packages with Aquasport and the Red Sea Sports Club and one, two and five-day Sinai safaris for both qualified divers and for diving experts, as well as a week of diving that visits Dolphin Reef, Coral Beach and Coral Island, including a two-day Sinai safari. Hotels for couples: the all-inclusive Lagoona and Sport offer good value for money, or suggest the Royal Beach, Dan Eilat, Herod's Sheraton Resort or Hilton Queen of Sheba.


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