Aber­crom­bie & Kent urges vis­i­tors to re­turn to Egypt

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Many trav­ellers have avoided Egypt for the last few years be­cause of the on­go­ing in­sta­bil­ity in the coun­try – you never know when an in­ci­dent is go­ing to ren­der the area you plan to visit in­ac­ces­si­ble. So the clever folk at Aber­crom­bie and Kent have re­moved the hur­dle pre­vent­ing peo­ple from vis­it­ing the coun­try by pro­vid­ing a safety net to pro­tect cus­tomers’ book­ing in the event of any un­rest or dis­tur­bances. Any­one book­ing a tai­lor-made itin­er­ary to Egypt with the lux­ury tour op­er­a­tor can now post­pone their book­ing for up to two years if any dis­tur­bances are re­ported in the Bri­tish press up to 48 hours be­fore their planned visit, at no ad­di­tional cost. The Egypt Safety Net is part of the com­pany’s ef­forts to bring tourists back to Egypt to ex­pe­ri­ence it with­out the crowds.

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