Latest in Tag: Luxor Highlight
Latest in Tag: Luxor
First phase covers Luxor, Ismailia, Aswan, Suez, and South Sinai governorates over next 2 years
Ancient city was built during reign of Amenhotep III, who ruled Egypt from 1391 to 1353 B.C.
The library’s Zahi Hawass Center for Egyptology will make the announcement, in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, in the Habo area of Luxor.
The LAFF management said that, in addition to celebrating Yousry, it will also dedicate this edition to the late Egyptian actor Mahmoud Yassin, Moroccan filmmaker and author Noureddine Saïl, and Sudanese actor Al-Hadi Al-Siddiq.
Luxor Airport to receive two charter flights from Madrid, on 27 March and 3 April, carrying 120 tourists each, says Mohamed Osman
Renowned Egyptologist currently excavating in western Valley of the Kings to find tomb of Nefertiti
A total of 74% of visitors in Luxor are predominantly domestic with Egyptians keen to explore the history and civilisation of their country, according to Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khlaed Al-Anani.
About 2 million tourists visited Egypt from 1 January to 16 March: Tourism Ministry
Egypt is among “100 safe destinations” around the world, says Hala Zayed
Housing and development of informal settlements account for EGP 1.1bn, or 38.5%, of Luxor’s total investments in 2020/21, says Planning Minister
In a statement on Monday, the ministry said that the certificates were awarded following the verification that the floating hotels met all the health and safety requirements set out by the Egyptian government and the World Health Organization (WHO).
The availability of these tests has come with the agreement of Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled Al-Anani, and will come into effect as soon as the charter flights return to operation.
The project will help raise Egypt’s market value in exports and ensure that families and households become more sustainable, according to Minister of International Cooperation, Rania Al-Mashat.
New developments will serve 332,000 residents until 2037
Ambassador Cohen stated, “Egypt’s antiquities are an important part of its heritage and that of all humanity, but also an important asset that creates jobs and income. The US has, for decades, worked hand-in-hand with Egyptians to preserve historical sites, strengthen tourism, and create jobs and income.”
Floating hotels to start operating next October at 50% occupancy rate, says Egypt’s Tourism Minister
Tourism experts anticipate occupancy rates to return to pre-COVID-19 levels between February and October 2021
Upper Egypt Marketing Cultural Tourism Committee preparing for major tourism event to mark Luxor’s reopening
The kilns, which were discovered along with a huge mud wall also dating from the Roman Empire, bear burn marks, the ministry said.
Decision to encourage tourist companies to launch new programmes that would link cultural, beach tourism, says ex-head of Tourism Promotion Authority
“For example, the amount of tourists visiting Karnak Temple has exceeded similar numbers at the same time last year,” Waziri said, without giving the exact number of visitors.
Festival to take place on 6-12 March
Hisham Talaat Moustafa said that the signing is an indicator of the great development witnessed in Egypt’s public sector, ”partnership between private and public sector is better than ever, which will positively impact the Egyptian economy.”
The flight is scheduled to take off every Thursday on an A220-300 luxurious cabin
The current winter tourist season is one of the best that Luxor has seen since 2011, where Luxor`s hotel occupancy rate reached between 80% to 90%, Mohamed Osman, chairperson of the committee for marketing cultural tourism in Upper Egypt, told Daily News Egypt. Egypt`s tourism industry is poised for success after a decade of fluctuations, in which it suffered drastically since the …
The tourism sector in Egypt suffered a downturn since the 2011 Revolution, and the sector in Egypt suffered a devastating blow, especially when a Russian passenger plane crashed in Sinai in late October 2015 and all its passengers were killed.
“The three coffins date back to the 18th Dynasty, and are in a good condition of preservation,” said Mostafa Waziri, secretary-general of the ministry’s Supreme Council of Antiquities.
During our trip, we experienced the ancient streets of Cairo before embarking on a Nile cruise from Luxor to Aswan – ending our adventure on the tranquil coast of the Red Sea.
The cachette was found consisting of two lines, the first with 18 tombs, and the second with 12 tombs belonging to women and three children
Zahi Hawass revealed the unearths stating that the excavation mission is the biggest of its kind since Haward’s mission that discovered Tutankhamun’s burial chamber