Red Sea gov. to support accessible tourism in 2018 economic conference

HURGHADA – 8 November 2017: The governorate of Red Sea announced Tuesday that a world accessible tourism complex will be introduced to be established during an international economic conference in Hurghada, slated for January 2018.

Accessible tourism is the ongoing endeavor to ensure tourist destinations, products and services are accessible to all people, regardless of their physical limitations, disabilities or age. It encompasses publicly and privately owned tourist locations.

In a statement, the governorate said the complex will include a hotel, a hospital, a sports and health center, sports halls, a chain of restaurants and shops, nightclubs, multi-playgrounds, swimming pools and an educational cultural center to convey the experiences of older persons in all fields.

The statement added Red Sea’s getting share of accessible tourism would contribute to increasing tourism inflow, pointing to the increase in the number of persons with disabilities in the world, and in their demand for travel and tourism.

The profit, which will be made from this kind of tourism, will be great, as it is supposed to motivate the investors in the tourism sector to draw their attention towards attracting this class of people.

Original Post : Egypt Today

Author : MENA

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