Tourism Revenues Rise Significantly In 1H21

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05 Jul 2021

The Deputy Minister of Tourism revealed that Egypt’s tourism revenues have risen significantly during 1H21 (January-June 2021), registering USD3.5-4bn. During the whole of 2020, tourism revenues were only USD4bn due to the Covid pandemic’s devastating effect on global travel, and tourism in specific. In 2019, tourism revenues were USD13bn. The Deputy Minister said that she expects the number of tourists to increase by 45-60% during the coming period versus last year. Egypt received approximately 3.5mn tourists during 1H21, and the average spending per tourist per night was about USD95. (Source: Reuters (English), Zawya (English), Arab News (English), Business Today Egypt (English), Sky News Arabia, al-Arabiya, Amwal al-Ghad, Akhbar al-Youm)

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