Egypt: Bedouins Go Back to Their Roots in Egypt As Covid-19 Hits Tourism

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Sumary of Egypt: Bedouins Go Back to Their Roots in Egypt As Covid-19 Hits Tourism:

  • Said Um Saad, 75, sitting outside the house where she has lived for decades near the town of Saint Catherine, occasionally hosting foreign visitors hiking in the mountainous region..
  • The revolution that toppled late President Hosni Mubarak nine years ago, and the 2015 bombing of a Russian passenger jet, dealt sharp blows to Egyptian tourism from which it had only just recovered when the coronavirus outbreak hit..
  • They are known for being expert at adapting to the region’s harsh conditions and other challenges, said Ben Hoffler, co-founder of the Sinai Trail, a hiking tourism project…

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