What’s the weather like in Sharm El Sheikh in March?
Sharm El Sheikh’s at the tip of the Sinai Peninsula on Egypt’s Red Sea coast. This means it has a hot desert climate, and March is the first month of the long and hot summer. You'll find that temperatures are on the rise after the cooler winter, although it’s much more comfortable than the summer’s peak. You'll hardly have any rain throughout the year in Sharm El Sheikh because it’s protected by the Atlas Mountains. The Red Sea will help to keep you cool and comfortable when you're relaxing on the beach in March.
The average high in Sharm El Sheikh is 25ºC in March, which is prefect for soaking up some sun. You should bring some warmer clothes for the evenings though, as it cools to 14ºC at night. The sea temperature is 22ºC, while humidity’s low. There’s just 2mm of rain over a single day, and you can expect 12 hours of daylight with ten hours of sunshine each day. Bring plenty of sun cream with you as UV levels will be very high. Sunset’s just before 6pm for most of the month.