In 2024, Egypt’s Tourism Earnings Increase by 4.7%

In 2024, Egypt’s Tourism Earnings Increase by 4.7%

According to a recent research, Egypt’s tourism earnings increased by 4.7 percent year over year in the first half of 2024 to reach $6.6 billion.

According to a release from the African nation’s Ministry of Tourism, the figures show a 17.8% increase over the same period in the peak year of 2010.

The primary reason for this increase is the growth in hotel rooms and airline seats coming into Egypt, both of which help to accommodate tourists and enhance their stay.

The nation’s National Strategy for Sustainable Tourism 2030, which attempts to expand visitor traffic to 30 million by 2028, is also consistent with this growth in numbers.

In line with Egypt’s Vision 2030, this is accomplished by striving to increase incoming tourist traffic rates to the Egyptian destination by roughly 25 to 30 percent every year.

It also fits in nicely with Egypt’s ongoing and recurring monitoring of metrics and the amount of tourists arriving from the targeted visitor markets.

Furthermore, the research disclosed that the aggregate count of visitors that arrived in Egypt in the first half of this year was 7.07 million. This figure is nearly equivalent to the historical high of 7.06 million set during the same period in 2023.

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