Recently the Egyptian Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat said that the number of tourists visiting Egypt has jumped by 30 percent during the first quarter of 2018 compared to last year. While the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) reported that the country has received at least 730,000 tourists in February 2018, achieving 35 percent increase compared to the same month in 2017.Read More
Minister of Tourism Rania Al-Mashat announced that the number of tourists visiting Egypt has jumped by 30 percent during the first quarter of 2018 compared to last year. The announcement came during a press conference on the sidelines of the Arabian Travel Market exhibition taking place in Dubai. Mashat added that tourism now represents 15 percent of the total sources of income for the national economy.Read More
Egypt sees huge rise in UK tourists this year – up by 39% compared to 2017
Price conscious Brits have been turning their backs on Spain so far this year - favouring Turkey, Tunisia and Egypt instead.
EGYPT has seen a surge of popularity among British holidaymakers.Read More
The prices of food, accommodation and utilities are the main pillars on which the analysis is based. They found that a US retiree in Egypt should expect their average expenditure on food to amount to $105.93 (EGP 1867), $157.57 (EGP2780) for a one-bedroom rental, $19.46 (EGP 343) for utilities, bringing the average total cost per person to a sum of almost $268, equivalent to EGP 4729 .Read More
The Egyptian State Tourist Authority has revealed 61,481 Brits travelled to Egypt in the first two months of 2018, an increase of almost 40 per cent compared to the same period last year.
The latest figures reflect the broader upward trend for the destination over the past year, with 319,388 UK citizens travelling to Egypt in 2017, an increase of 38 per cent.Read More
If you are considering buying a property in Hurghada, whether you are a first time buyer or an experienced property investor then this buying guide is well worth the read. Wrote using over 11 years of knowledge and experience of working in the Hurghada property market this really is the ULTIMATE guide.Read More
Turtles Beach Resort is located in Al Ahyaa, around 10km from El Gouna and a 20 min drive from Hurghada. This beachfront development overlooks the crystal clear waters of the Red Sea, will offer a host of facilities on site, such as rooftop restaurant, a gymnasium, beach bar and pools.Read More
These apartments are being built in what has to be one of the most enviable locations along The Red Sea Coast in Hurghada, with breathtaking views over the crystal clear waters. Anyone that knows Hurghada, knows the opportunity to buy in this location only comes around a couple of times in a lifetime, don't miss out on this one.Read More
Fiesta Beach Resort is located in Al Ahyaa which is around 10km from El Gouna and a 20 min drive from Hurghada Airport. The resort will have 3 swimming pools towards the beach area at the front of the resort and comprise of 152 apartments with a selection of studios, 1 and 2 bed apartments.Read More
Tiba View is one of the very latest projects to be launched in the Red Sea area. The resort is brought to you by an established award winning developer who has already completed 12 previous builds in Hurghada.Read More
Al Ahyaa Paradise offers some of the lowest priced apartment we have seen in Hurghada. If you are looking for an affordable holiday home or a bolt hole in the sun this is worth considering. Just a few minutes from El Gouna and walking distance to the best kite surfing spot in the whole of the Red Sea.Read More
“The Egyptian market itself is vibrant and filled with opportunities. It’s one of the most populous countries in Africa, a top producer of engineers, and a major influencer in the Arab world – all of which makes it an ideal launching ground for the region’s next big startup.”Read More
Hurghada is experiencing a wave of tourism between January and March, especially from the Ukraine, Germany and Britain, according to the head of tour guides in Hurghada.
He explained that around 120,000 German tourists visited Hurghada, which is a 50% increase in comparison to last year.Read More
“From a macroeconomic perspective, things are looking up for Egypt, and the reform programme it has embarked on seems to be paying off,” says Mohamed El Dahshan, an economist with the Tahrir Institute in Washington.
Foreign investment will boost growth to 4.8 per cent, given a leg up by the devaluation of the Egyptian currency.Read More
Egypt has established a desalination plant of the sea water in Hurghada on the shores of the Red Sea, the costs of which are LE 825 million and LE 200 million for operating expenses, as an alternative for providing the governorate with fresh water, instead of the pipe lines from the Nile, which cost significantly more.Read More
Where can you find a luxury villa facing mile upon mile of shining sand and crystal clear turquoise water with guaranteed sunshine just a five-hour flight from the UK for much less than £1 million?
The answer is the Red Sea Riviera of Egypt.Read More
Hurghada is one of Egypt's leading holiday resorts, popular with visitors from around the world. It is the perfect getaway for those seeking total relaxation with fantastic weather and warm sea temperatures throughout the year. The city is fast growing into a major holiday resort, packed full of attractions, and it has a growing reputation as an international destination for visitors from all corners of the globe.Read More
Egypt has replaced South Africa and made it to the top of “Where to invest in Africa in 2018” list released by the Rand Merchant Bank (RMB)
South Africa is now second on the list. RMB said in a report, “Egypt displaced South Africa because of its superior economic activity score and sluggish growth rates in South Africa, which have deteriorated markedly over the past seven years.”Read More