What’s the weather like in Sharks Bay in July?
In the summer, your holiday to this wonderful Egyptian resort in Sharm El Sheikh’s coastline will be full of hot temperatures and clear bright skies. The Sharks Bay weather in July is hot and dry, with the thermometer around 30°C and rain almost unheard of. It’s the hottest time of the year.
Sharks Bay is Egypt’s premier spot for snorkelling and exploring the amazing coral reef landscape. It’s a pretty cove and beach in the east of the country on the Sinai Peninsula by the Gulf of Aqaba and the Strait of Tiran. The Red Sea is to the south. You’ll enjoy the refreshing sea breeze here, which doesn’t reach the inland desert areas, and the sun keeps the water very warm too.
This part of Egypt’s glorious coastline’s famous for bright sunshine all year round. The weather in Sharks Bay in July lets you enjoy an average of 13 hours each day, with the sun not setting until nearly 7pm this month. The average high temperature’s a balmy 30°C, which may only drop to around 26°C on the occasional cooler days in July. At 27°C the sea’s perfect for a summer splash and to try some exciting water sports. There’ll be no rainfall during your stay in Sharm El Sheikh and Sharks Bay at this time. The wind speed’s moderate here in July, at just 11mph, and the humidity level will be around 70%.