Miss Eco International 2019 kicks off this week in Egypt

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Representatives of around 60 countries and territories will soon start arriving in Egypt to compete in the 6th edition of Miss Eco International. They will try to succeed Cynthia Magpatoc Thomalla, last year´s winner, from the Philippines.

This year´s program, as usual, promises a lot! After arriving in Cairo, the candidates will be taken to Azha, which was named after one of the brightest stars in the sky and is a high-end waterfront resort designed to be a luxury destination with international standards, bringing together an active casual lifestyle with 5 star-comfort. It is located at Ain Sokhna, a town in the Suez Governorate, lying on the western shore of the Red Sea's Gulf of Suez.

From there they will be taken to Meraki Resort, in Hurghada, where a carnival pool party will take place, as well as the beach wear competition, a tree planting activity and preliminary interviews.


Their next destination will be Makadi Bay, where the 60+ eco beauties will be some serious fun at a fantastic water park.

The trip to historical Luxor is always something that the delegates await for in this contest, and exciting days shall be waiting for them there.


They will also visit Sahl Hasheesh, located in Red Sea, in addition to enjoying a cruise on the Nile river, which shall be quite unique.

The final event, which will have as theme “the Eden Garden”, takes place on March 29th, in Cairo.

Created by Dr. Amaal Rezk, Miss Eco International aims to promote environmental protection through beauty.


Global Beauties will bring you coverage of this event, so stay tuned for daily updates.