Events for the 2020 edition of the Miss Eco Teen International contest in Hurghada are proceeding smoothly, with contestants scheduled to take several cruises and safari trips – including a visit to Giftun Island.
Featuring 35 contestants from around the world the competition, hosted by Albatros White Beach Resort in Hurghada in partnership with ECOSPire, will continue until December 6.
It aims to encourage tourism and put the spotlight on Hurghada and its attractions.
Contestants visited the Hurghada Grand Aquarium on Monday, snapping photos with turtles, dolphins and sharks.
Sunday saw the participants toured touristic areas in Hurghada, such as the Hurghada Museum. There they expressed their fascination with ancient Egyptian civilization, especially the statue of Queen Merit-Amun – the goddess of beauty.
And on Saturday, the contestants were involved in a parade on the shore of the Red Sea as part of the competition’s activities.
Miss ECO Teen International is an international beauty contest, aiming to empower youth, create self-awareness and make an impact, all under an environmental theme.
The event brings together teens from all over the world. Its main goal is to choose the next Teen Queen to serve as the voice representing teenagers worldwide while promoting environmental responsibility.
The contest comes as Egypt attempts to revitalize its tourism sector amid global restrictions on travel.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm