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#1 Posted : Thursday, November 6, 2008 3:21:28 AM(UTC)

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Israel nature and Parks Authority needs money: fee for entrance to Wadi Qelt

Free entrance in the Judean desert water sites in danger

Development work on the kind of week, week. The waterfall rather than attracts thousands of visitors and Palestinian Jews.

A new plan for development of tourism in Wadi Qelt in the Judean desert that could create a situation where not allowed more free water sites in the area. It is spreading a hedging reserves and collecting payment for them even beyond the green line.

Israel nature and Parks Authority and the civil administration about to close free visits a week eye area in Wadi Qelt. In recent days began work on developing a tourist attraction. After a similar move was made already in another reserve site called ein Prat.

The trend to charge for entering the reserves derives in part from a desire to increase revenues Israel nature and Parks Authority and improve traffic control. In addition to the Ein Prat, already charge a payday for entering sites like David and Nahal arugot stream (green line). Other water sites are inaccessible because of security problems.

Kind of week he reads from a hydrological perspective – water flow varies, sometimes shallow pool is created and you can see a waterfall. This phenomenon attracts thousands of visitors, including Palestinians and Jews.

According to the civil administration, the purpose of the development work is "improving the safety experience and site visitors. At this stage not decided to run the Colt website audience. Site development plans were presented before local residents and communities committees and blessing.

Society for protection of nature however known to them in the communities lerashi clarified that the site indeed planned to start collecting payment. A representative of the nature preservation society who participated in a recent Planning Committee meeting approved the development plan, in the event of a decision on the payment collection brought to another Committee hearing but the request was denied. The society for protection of nature in Israel argue that collecting payments hurt the ability of people that they cannot travel freely in the area.


#2 Posted : Thursday, November 6, 2008 12:51:25 PM(UTC)

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