Tourism Industry

The Egypt Beyond the Pyramids

It would be wonderful if I could embrace what I had been taught about my beloved Egypt. The Bible taught us that Egypt was the land to which the Israelites would find refuge during the famine and the home to the most notable Biblical figures; from Jesus to Moses.
Tuesday, July 18, 2017

For the First Time, All 5,000 Objects Found Inside King Tut's Tomb Will Be Displayed Together

Take a sneak peek at the collection of the new Grand Egyptian Museum, opening in early 2018
Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Too Many People Have Stolen Egypt,s History; Here's How It's Getting It Back

Two of the stolen Egyptian antiquities recovered by U.S. authorities: a set of three nesting Egyptian wooden coffins, circa 664-111 B.C., and an ancient Egyptian wood gessoed and polychrome-painted anthropoid sarcophagus, Third Intermediate Period, 21st-22nd Dynasty, circa 1070-712 B.C.
Saturday, November 05, 2016

Egypt The Future: One on One with Amr Badr, Abercrombie & Kent

Besides his role as managing director of Abercrombie & Kent Egypt and the Middle East, Amr Badr is also part of the Egyptian business community and a member of AmCham Egypt, the American Chamber of Commerce Egypt, which promotes investment and business exchange between Egypt and the U.S.
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Interview: The Perception, Reality, and Politics of Tourism in Egypt

Depending on whom you ask, any and all of these statements true. What is undeniable, though, is that since the 2011 uprisings that brought down long-time strong man Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian economy has experienced a series of dramatic ups and downs. This has been felt most acutely in the tourism sector, long an engine for growth and stability in the country.
Thursday, May 22, 2014