British tourists are creatures of habit according to a recent YouGov survey commissioned by Orascom Development.

Some 50% of respondents admitted they would return to the same destination if they had a good holiday, but 64% of those who had three children or more said they would revisit. 

The most adventurous travellers were those aged 16-24, with 39% claiming they would return, while the most loyal holidaymakers fell into the child-in-tow 35-54 age bracket, with 57% eager to head back to the same place.

Jens Freise, senior director of marketing & sales at Orascom Development, said: "While it's becoming ever easier to explore everything the world has to offer, when you find a holiday which ticks every box it's easy to see the appeal of returning, especially when you have children to please.

"Both our resorts on the Red Sea, El Gouna and Taba Heights, welcome a lot of repeat visitors from Britain, particularly families with young children. They know they'll enjoy guaranteed sunshine and be able to keep the kids busy with an extensive list of family activities from horseback riding and desert safari quad biking to kitesurfing, stand-up paddling and some of the world's best dive sites."

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