"July and August traditionally see lower numbers of holidaymakers traveling to Egypt than the rest of the year," the Association of British Travel Agents told CNN Travel Tuesday.
"At this stage, outside of Cairo it is very much business as usual, and holiday makers are enjoying their holidays without interruption."
U.S. citizen dies
In stronger advice than Britain's, the U.S. government recommends against all "non-essential" travel to Egypt. A U.S. citizen, Andrew Pochter, 21, died after being stabbed in the chest at a protest in the city of Alexandria last Friday.
Political unrest in Egypt is "likely to continue in the near future," the State Department says.
Whatever the political outlook for the country, its vital tourism industry is likely to take years to recover from its violent recent history.