Egypt’s Invisible Map, a project by students at Cairo University

“Egypt’s Invisible Map,” a graduation project by 12 mass-communications students at Cairo University, promotes 16 eco-friendly locations in Egypt, such as the  White Desert, Siwa Oasis, Dahab, Makadi Bay, Nuweiba, Marsa Allam, as well as Halayeb and Shalateen.  Throughout their research, the group found that most, if not all, tourism campaigns in the North African country revolve around the Pyramids and antiquities. The project aims to shed light on Egypt’s hidden treasures, where few tourists typically venture.

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