What’s the weather like in Red Sea in April?
The Red Sea weather in April is very hot, sunny and dry. The short spring season often sees temperatures around 30°C in Egypt’s premier Red Sea resorts of Sharm El Sheikh, Makadi Bay, Hurghada and El Gouna.
Being by the Red Sea, the Gulf of Suez or the Gulf of Aqaba means you’ll get a cool sea breeze unlike hot inland towns and cities in Egypt. Rainfall’s consistently very low throughout spring and summer.
Bring your sunblock, sunhat and plenty of summer clothes, because the weather in Red Sea in April is incredible! You’ll find the average daytime high temperature is about 35°C across resorts like Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada. The sea breeze will be very refreshing and at night time the temperature cools off at around 19°C. April’s a great time to take a dip in the famous crystal-clear waters of the Red Sea. The average sea temperature is an inviting 23°C. There’s no need to bring an umbrella as Egypt’s Red Sea region doesn’t usually have any rain in April. Keep your sunglasses handy though, as you’ll get nearly 11 hours of fantastic sunshine each day. The sun rises at 5.30am and doesn’t disappear until after 6pm at the beginning of the month. The UV and heat levels will be high in April, and the humidity’s around 51%, so take care in the sun and carry a bottle of water with you.