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Emeco initiated incentive tourism in Egypt back in 1977. Emeco's most valuable asset is their highly qualified, innovative staff who has earned international respect for their creativity and reliability. Over the past 40 years, the company has operated the most sophisticated incentive programs ever to visit the country. Today, with the professionalism of our staff and their wide spectrum of contacts throughout the country, Emeco Travel is known to be the leading DMC in Egypt. (Emeco was awarded by the Egyptian Prime Minister during the World Tourism day, in Cairo late 2005, as the Best DMC in Egypt). A repeated award that Emeco received over the years from the Egyptian Government, IMEX, IBTM as well as many International Hotels Chains operating in Egypt).

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News from Egypt!

November 2010

North Coast: The New Riviera on the Mediterranean

Stretching over 525 km on the Mediterranean Sea, the North Coast is Egypt's relatively unpopulated northwestern gate, and has some of the finest white sand beaches, azure waters, and deluxe villas & resort hotels which dot the coast from Alexandria to Marsa Matrouh, including the Sidi Abdel Rahman resort. Until recently, it has mainly been home to port facilities for shipping oil, but now the whole north coast of Egypt is developing as a luxury resort.

At Mersa Matrouh itself, the natural bay and long white beach make for good sunbathing and swimming in calm transparent waters. Hired bicycles, carettas or open- sided tuf-tuf buses will take you to other good bathing spots nearby including the Outstar beach at Al-Abyad and Ageebah cove, surrounded by beautiful scenery. As well as beaches, there are other attractions in the Mersa Matrouh area: Cleopatra's Bath, a rock-hewn whirlpool bath off- shore which was supposedly used by Antony and Cleopatra, a ruined temple fort built by Ramses II, an early Coptic chapel and "Rommel's Hideout", and a cave where the general planned his military campaigns and which has now been turned into a military museum.

Nearby, "Marina- Alameen" lies on the beach about 100 Km from Alexandria. Apart from the beach, it consists of housing and public service units. Golf, horseback riding and other sport facilities and courtyards are also there. In fact, "Marina-Alameen" is exceptional in both natural and historical respects. It is endowed with natural deep lakes. Being a part of the World War II stage, an allied soldier?s cemetery is found there.

North Coast

Marina El Alamien

Marina El Alamien

Mercure Dahab Bay

Mercure Hurghada

Mercure Le Sphinx