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Tourism in the news: Tourism pays the price for violence

Egypt’s economy relies heavily on its tourism sector that has been struggling to survive since the uprising of 25 January and subsequent events in the country. Once a month DNE rounds up the most significant news relating to tourism to give you an overview of the efforts that are being made to bring tourists back to the country.

Daily News Egypt

CAPMAS: Tourism up by 8.3 percent

The Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS) released yesterday the latest figures on tourism during July showing an 8.3 percent increase in the number of tourists from around the globe from the same month last year. According to the latest CAPMAS tourism figures, up to one million tourists visited Egypt during July, compared …

Islam Serour

First long Nile cruise since 25 January docks in Menya

By Mohamed Abdel Monsef and Abdel Razek Elshoweikhy Minister of Tourism Hesham Zaazou passed a decision last Sunday to re-start long Nile cruises from Luxor and Cairo. Two days ago the first cruise arrived in Menya. General Director of Tourism at the governorate, Osama Wadie, said that the boat docked at the Ekhnaton port of …

Daily News Egypt

Tourism Minister: expedite land allocation for recreational development

By Abdel Raziq El-Sheweikhy   Minister of Tourism, Hesham Zazou, has called on the Tourism Development Authority (TDA) to expedite its procedures for allocating lands for hotel and recreational development, starting with appraising the value of the lands to be offered. Major General Tarek Saad El-Din, head of the TDA, said that the authority plans …

Daily News Egypt

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