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El Gouna is #1 Green Town in Egypt

 

Why El Gouna is recognized as Egypt’s number one environmentally friendly resort!

More often than not, resorts have a hard time being able to serve their guests, while being able give back to their community, create a sustainable environment, conserve their resident country’s precious resources, and encourage their guests and residents to do the same.

Not in El Gouna.

El Gouna’s state of mind isn’t only reserved to relaxation and creating an ideal community in Egypt. This award-winning seaside resort aims to preserve its environment and community by establishing objectives such as continuing to be a zero waste town, producing organic food through its own El Gouna Farms, aiming to be the only carbon free resort in Egypt, and building several new solar plants to make use of the natural resource which it receives in abundance!

All of these sustainability initiatives and programs above give several opportunities for all to contribute to the preservation of El Gouna and to learn how to better protect their environment. With these accolades, El Gouna can proudly state that it is Egypt‘s number one environmentally-friendly resort!

Don’t believe us? Here are the top five reasons why:

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About the Author

Mushira

Mushira is a long-term resident of El-Gouna. She arrived to our gorgeous seaside resort in 2013 and hasn’t looked back since! Not only is she a teacher in El Gouna International School, she also runs a community theatre group, El Gouna Players. This workaholic has been a published social and commercial writer, editor, copy editor and translator for over 10 years. She received her acting degree from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) in 2003, her M.A. in English and Comparative Literature in 2013 from the American University in Cairo, and is currently studying for her teaching degree with the University of Sunderland. Mushira is passionate about literature, education, fine-cuisine, and fitness.

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Posted March 3 , 2018

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