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Renewable tourism is the way to bring 30 million tourists to Egypt

Egyptian government plans to increase the rate of incoming tourism to 30 million tourists per year with revenues estimated at LE300 billion annually.
05.12.22 | Source: Egypt Independent

Tourism expert Randa al-Adawy said that Egypt’s participation in the 22nd summit of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, coincides with the Egyptian government’s plan to increase the rate of incoming tourism to 30 million tourists per year – with revenues estimated at LE300 billion annually.


She added that the WTTC Summit, which discussed addressing the challenges of the tourism sector and the travel industry for a better future, focused on making urban and tourism development, providing alternative ways of residence and travel among the priorities of the summit.


The meetings also touched on investments in renewable tourism, she added, by strengthening the economy and the environment.

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