The country has had a rough couple of years, with the government’s crackdown on protests and violence, as well as a general slowdown in tourist arrivals.
But the country is one of the most popular destinations for Americans and its tourism is growing.
It is also a hotbed of Muslim Brotherhood activities and a bastion of Islamic law.
There are also plenty of tourists who want to visit, and most of them are staying.
“Egyptians love a good adventure,” said Sami Alkheir, a 29-year-old student from Dubai who is studying in Cairo.
“I have a feeling that I will be visiting Egypt soon.”
Alkhereir said he is traveling to Europe and plans to stay there for a year.
The number of visitors to Egypt increased slightly in 2017, from about 1.2 million to about 1 million, according to the government.
But it is still relatively low compared to other Arab countries.
The country is also home to a growing number of Americans and tourists are coming to visit the U.S. with the hopes of returning home after living abroad.
“They want to see their friends, their families, and the American community,” said Matt Moseley, a 37-year old graphic designer who is visiting his parents in California.
“When you come to a country that is a hot spot for Islamic terrorism, and it is very difficult to travel to, it is hard to come home.”
Alkhheir is visiting a tourist attraction in Cairo called the Great Pyramids of Giza.
He said he wanted to take a look at the Great Pyramid because it has “very modern architecture and it was a very big thing.”
“I love the pyramids,” he said.
“The people of Egypt are very friendly, and I like that.”
Al Khheir said that he will be spending a lot of time in the country during the year.
He plans to visit his parents’ house there and he will spend some time with his sister.
The government has taken steps to stop Islamic extremists from establishing sleeper cells inside the country, and there are some restrictions on the number of foreigners and their activities in the Muslim Brotherhood-controlled cities of Cairo and Alexandria.
The restrictions are aimed at preventing extremist groups from creating sleeper cells and plotting attacks inside Egypt.
Alkhhereir, however, said he was not worried about the restrictions.
“If I am not here and if they put the restrictions, I will have to return,” he told CNN.
“It will be fine.
I will just travel to other countries and visit my family.”
Mosely said he would be visiting the Great pyramids in Egypt for a week.
“In a few months I will go to another country,” he added.
“You see it, you go there and you do it.
You do it again, and again, until you find the right destination.”
The U.K. is a major destination for Americans, but it is not the top destination for foreign visitors.
“Our focus has been on staying here,” said John Williams, the executive director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt.
“We are the most important market in the Middle East, and we have a huge amount of potential.”