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Egypt Selected as One of Trendiest Travel Destination in World


Mon 03 Apr 2023 | 09:55 PM
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Travel off Path said that Egypt is one of the trendiest destinations in the world right now.

In its view, the number of US tourists and western arrivals to Egypt will continue to increase because the epidemic prevention and control restrictions have been lifted, international flights have been resumed and the important reason is that country is a completely safe destination to visit.

Egypt is set for a further increase of 28 percent in the number of visitors throughout 2023, Travel off Path expected.

In its new article, it noted that travel demand for Egypt has been increasing steadily since mid-2022, when it removed all health restrictions, fully reinstating normality and allowing foreigners to enter, whether vaccinated or not.

On this basis, U.S. arrivals are now expected to exceed 2019 levels by 2024, said Stefanie Schmudde, Vice President of Product Development & Operations at Abercrombie & Kent, Nile cruises are among the most sought-after activities.

Highlighting the importance of its historical place, Travel off Path said that Egypt is one of the most ancient and culturally-charged nations.

It added that the North African country is best known for being the Land of the Pharaohs and boasting an endless supply of Ancient World wonders.

The article also mentioned that Cairo, is a megalopolis distinguished for being the largest city in all of Africa and a tourism powerhouse housing the landmark Egyptian Museum, where some of King Tutankhamun’s artifacts and other treasure troves can be admired.

About a 53 percent rise in British search for flights to Egypt compared to 2019, said Travel off Path, citing a recent report issued by Skyscanner.

Meanwhile, travel agency Travel Republic noted a 163 percent surge over the pre-pandemic era – in regards to five-star resorts, demand for those are up by 70 percent.