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  • Ranked in the top 30 largest countries with its 1 million square kilometers of land, Egypt is a country that is notorious for its geographic distribution.  The Nile, the lifeline of more than 90 million human beings, the focal point of urban planning, an incredible 6,695 km gift of sustenance for Egypt and three other countries, making it the longest, and arguably most vital, river in the world. Along this stretch of the Nile is the world's most intensive concentration of temples, tombs and palaces constructed over the span of 4,000 years.
  • Being prominent for its collection of unique archaeological sites, sandy beaches and cultural locations, as well as its geographical location and moderate climate, Egypt has long been a popular destination for travelers from all over the world throughout the year, and thus, tourism was always considered a key contributor to Egypt's national economy.
  • The Egyptian government is investing more in promoting its touristic sites, improving its level of security and regaining its superiority in the travel industry among the region. Accordingly, it was honored with the Best Luxurious Tourist Destination in 2017 during the awards distribution ceremony of the Pacific Area Travel Writers Association (PATWA).