October 6, 2021

Kosher Travel Rebounds Significantly on Sukkot; Bright Early Forecasts for Passover 2022

London…After all the pain the Kosher travel industry has suffered over the past 18 months it was extremely encouraging to see the large number of guests who participated in Sukkot programs on almost every continent, according to Raphi Bloom, co-owner of www.TotallyJewishTravel.com . Some of the destinations that did extremely well include Mexico where over 1,500 guests participated in 4 programs. Italy played host to more than 900 guests at the three programs in the country. Africa welcomed over 1,000 Kosher travelers across 5 locations in Morocco and Tunisia. More than 750 kosher travelers spent the holiday in Greece while 120 people were in Dubai. An additional 500 people joined programs in Florida and the USA.

Several thousand people rented houses in Orlando which has emerged as a major destination for families spending such Jewish holidays as Sukkot and Passover.

The encouraging news of the successful Sukkot program bodes extremely well for Passover 2022, says Bloom. His TotallyJewishTravel.com already has over 20 programs advertising for next Passover with more joining every week at locations across the world.