Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Sharm el-Sheikh has a great future in tourism

Sharm el-Sheikh has become of the fishermen of the coastal town into a huge naval base for the Egyptian Navy in recent years.
The main activity of the city is represented foreign and domestic tourism. Sharm El Sheikh offers visitors scenic views of the bright, beautiful natural resources, which include clean and quiet beaches that are popular places for water sports such as snorkeling and scuba diving. Scientific tourism is also popular, because here you can explore a wide variety of marine life, coral reefs and thousands of species of fish, which abound in local marine waters.
Since 1982, the Egyptian government embarked on projects that were aimed at increasing foreign investment, to make a holiday in Sharm el-Sheikh, more attractive to tourists. These projects were launched to accelerate the development of the city. Among the measures taken to preserve the beauty of the city, was to limit the height of building structures.
The local tourism industry has experienced considerable stress, when the city was the victim of terrorist bombings in July 2005, killing about 80 people. Most recently, in 2011 Egypt's tourism industry has experienced a downward trend even in the wake of protest movements and revolutions.
But now the Sharm el-Sheikh has embarked on the development of tourism and it is expected that in the near future, the city waiting for new records in this area.

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