Heath Ashcroft, marketing director of Acacia Africa says: "We are monitoring the situation in Egypt and following the FCO travel advice with regard to our adventure itineraries. The travel advisory for Luxor has been lifted which is a positive move for tourism and Egypt as a whole. The country's rich historical and architectural treasures are still the main draw card and we're hoping that Cairo and Giza will also be back on the map in the coming weeks. We are however continuing to offer short breaks in Sharm, and there is still demand, as the region is renowned for its world class diving opportunities."
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