What’s the weather like in Sharks Bay in June?
Just like it is throughout the long summer season, the Sharks Bay weather in June is hot and dry. Visitors enjoy coming at this time to dive among the coral reefs and snorkel in the crystal-clear waters. Sharks Bay, and the wider region of Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt, is a paradise setting for beach goers, swimmers and sunbathers.
The Red Sea resort of Sharm El Sheikh’s on the east coast of Egypt, towards the north of the country on the Sinai Peninsula, by the Gulf of Aqaba and the Strait of Tiran. The water in the Sharks Bay area in June’s heated by the sun’s strong rays and you’ll enjoy a cool sea breeze to keep conditions comfortable. If you take a trip inland around the deserts, the temperature rises by several degrees.
The weather in Sharks Bay in June regularly sees daytime high temperatures of 30°C on the hottest days. The average during the day is 26°C, dipping to just 23°C on rare cooler days. The night time temperature will also be around 22°C, so it’s a good idea to check your hotel has air conditioning. The sun seems to last forever at this idyllic coastal spot in Sharm El Sheikh. It shines for an average of 13 hours each day and doesn’t set until nearly 7pm at the end of the month. Rainfall here around the Red Sea’s very rare during June and chances are you’ll see none at all during your holiday. The water’s very inviting with an average temperature of 26°C. The wind speed’s moderate at 11mph but the UV level is high, so use plenty of sunblock and it’s wise to take water with you when you’re exploring the beaches and the beautiful Ras Mohammed National Park.