I think before the revolution for me the tourism business was good a lot of tours running in our company & other ones, all over Egypt was fine '' Cairo - Luxor- Aswan...Etc'', I saw it myself at Luxor, it was very busy.
About the country I was sure that one day it'll be a revolution but when & how I got no idea, that's for many reasons, the most important one is the standard of living went down in a rapid way, the ex government always mentioned the Egyptian economy rose up but we didn't feel that.
DURING the Revolution:
During the revolution, all agree that there were no tourism industry at all, with the absent of the police all the Egyptians got the duty to protect themselves families...etc.
The country was unstable nobody knows what’ll happen in the future, but the good thing is the spirit between the people when we did the national communities to protect our streets & houses people know each other the cooperate together & no one can tell who is Muslim & who is Christian, it went really good, to be honest there were some looting & criminals but the army & the people did their best to control & they did.
AFTER the Revolution:
After the revolution to be honest the business not like before, but the good thing is it recovered quickly & nobody expected that, I did my first tour in March!! & there were no problems at all, the tour went perfect & my group enjoyed their time a lot & they promised to tell every one how nice is Egypt & the Egyptians.
About the country there were some protests from time to time in Tahrir square, we got two governments in 10 months, but the life is going easily, the appearance of the police is perfect, the elections went perfect, I think after the elections is over & the Egyptians choose the president the tourism industry will grow up quickly & Egypt will be one of the best destinations.