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Weather in Sharm El Sheikh

Depending on the time of year, you may find that the weather in Sharm El Sheikh will be much what you would expect from a desert region. Even in the hottest months, you are sure to enjoy spending time boating on the Red Sea, or taking flights to other parts of the Egypt and the Middle East.

As may be expected, if you are looking to enjoy certain activities, some months will be more suitable than others.

If you are primarily interested in scuba diving and cruises, you may want to visit from April through October. That said, it is important to take along plenty of sunblock, as the daylight lasts for 15 hours during this time of year. You should also make sure that you bring along plenty of water on your outings, so that you do not have to worry about becoming dehydrated. Regardless of the time of day, you are sure to enjoy spending some time cooling off in the water, as well as working on a perfect tan.

Most people prefer the fall and winter months in Sharm El Sheikh. During this time of year, you will still be able to enjoy many different kinds of aquatic activities. At the same time, it is much easier to take part in activities that focus on living and travelling in the  desert. In particular, if you are looking to capture pictures of desert flowers in bloom, this is the only time of year when the region receives rain. Without a question, this experience alone will make your visit to Sharm El Sheikh memorable for years to come.

Since the winter months only get about 9 hours of sunlight, you may also feel this is the best time to visit and enjoy the night time attractions. Many people also feel that waters of the Red Sea offer the best visibility during this time of year. Therefore, if you are interested in underwater photography, or diving for a particular purpose, the fall and winter months may be best for you.

Even though Sharm El Sheikh weather includes wide fluctuations between day and night, it is not as extreme as in Cairo, or other parts of Egypt. In most cases, there will be at least some type of breeze to help cool you off during the daylight hours. At the same time, you will not be exposed to the numbing humidity that makes cooler climates far less tolerable.

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