Egypt tourism plummets amid political crisis

Those making a living from tourism struggle to make ends meet as foreign visitors stay away.

    The 2011 revolution that toppled Hosni Mubarak dealt a severe blow to Egypt's tourism industry.

    It had only just started to recover when the events of the last two weeks sent it back into a tailspin.

    So how are the people who rely on the tourist industry coping?

    Al Jazeera’s correspondent in Cairo, whom we are not naming for security reasons, has been finding out.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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