Egypt Property News

Growth in dive tourism increasing interest in Red Sea property

by Ray Clancy on May 10, 2010

Red Sea becoming popular tourist dive spot

A growth in dive tourism is boosting demand for Red Sea property in Egypt as real estate investors seek to get involved in buy to let potential, it is claimed.

Egypt’s Red Sea coast is regarded as one of the world’s finest diving destinations and dive tourism has been identified by the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) as one of the fastest growing tourism sectors.

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