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Makadi Bay

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    Makadi Bay weather August

    What’s the weather like in Makadi Bay in August?

    If you’re dreaming of golden beaches, bright blue skies and perfect sunbathing conditions, a trip to the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Makadi Bay at this time will be perfect for you. The Makadi Bay weather in August is hot, dry and sunny. Visitors love this region in this lively summer month.

    Geographical influences

    Makadi Bay’s found on the east coast of Egypt, along the magical vast stretch of beaches by the Red Sea. It’s just 30km south of the popular Hurghada resort. The hotels and complexes here enjoy a very refreshing sea breeze which is welcoming in Egypt’s summer heat. Inland cities don’t benefit from this cooler wind.


    The weather in Makadi Bay in August is packed with sunny days. The sun shines for an average of 13 hours and it doesn’t set until 6.30pm for much of the month. The incredible Mediterranean-like climate in this part of east Egypt produces an average daytime high temperature of 33°C. This can often rise a few degrees higher on the hottest days and very rarely falls below 22°C. As you’d expect, the UV levels are very high in August so use plenty of sunblock when you’re exploring the beaches. The average sea temperature’s a refreshing 28°C and even on the coast the wind speed is a moderate 10mph. Rainfall measures just 1mm across the month, so you’ll see none at all during your amazing trip to one of Egypt’s top beachside locations.

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