Marsa Alam Weather June Averages, Egypt
What's the weather like in Marsa Alam in June?
The weather continues to improve in June in Marsa Alam, when the resort enjoys similar weather to Sharm el Sheikh. During this time of year, temperatures can soar up to 35°C at the warmest point of the day, while in the evenings they cool down to a much more pleasant 25°C after sunset. This average high temperature of 35°C is the annual maximum high, also observed in July and August. Both the average highs and lows increase a tiny bit in the course of the month, by 1 degree each. The overall average temperature in June is 30°C, which is the second highest average in the year. September is equally as warm. Only July and August, both with an average of 31°C, are hotter. The temperature of the Red Sea averages 27°C, one degree more than in May. Approximately 70% of the days in June are classified as hot; 30% are warmhere are officially no cool days, so bring your beachwear and plenty of tubes of sun cream!
All days in June are basically equally as long. June 1 has 13.38 daylight hours; June 20, the longest day of the year, has 13.44 hours of daylight; and June 30 has 13.42 daylight hours. Cloud cover drops to its annual low of 0% on June 9 and it stays extremely low until around June 20, when it rapidly increases toward 24% at the end of the month. However, even 24% of cloud cover means that the skies are clear or mostly clear. June is by far the clearest month of the year.
Being both the clearest month and the month with most daylight, June receives a spectacular amount of sunshine. There are 13 sunshine hours per day on averagehe same average is observed in May, July and August. There is no rainfall whatsoever in June. There are no days with precipitation and the total amount of rainfall is 0mm, making this the driest time of year in an area that is already bone-dry by all accounts.
With absolutely no rainfall and the average sea temperature sitting around 27°C, June is a perfect month to enjoy a holiday in this part of the world.
Hotels in Marsa Alam in June
Elphinstone Resort is a four-star resort offering a coastal location with direct access to the Red Sea, making it popular with divers and water sport enthusiasts. It is located right in front of the fabulous Elphinstone Reef, one of the best dive sites in the world featuring sheer drop-offs, several colourful reefs and imposing walls. Land-based adventures that can be had nearby include desert safaris. You will find many services and amenities here, including swimming pools, Jacuzzis, a kids' club and sports facilities. This classy and charming resort attracts families, couples, water sports enthusiasts and beach vacationers alike.
Resta Grand Resort
The Resta Grand Resort offers an all-inclusive program in a secluded and tranquil desert oasis setting. It is located right at the beach in Marsa Alam and backed by beautiful mountains that once were home to gold and emerald mines. Its 396 modern guest rooms are equipped with flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, and tea and coffee makers. Facilities are overwhelming and include a poolside snack bar, four restaurants, a beach bar and a swim-up pool bar, a fitness centre, a heated and non-heated swimming pool, a dive shop, a ballroom, and a selection of stores.
Beaches in Marsa Alam in June
Sharm El Luli
If you're looking for a place where you can both soak up some sun at the beach and cool off in a crystal-clear sea, look no further than Sharm El Luli. This gorgeous undeveloped beach lies about a one-hour drive south of the resort, but is absolutely worth the trip. The bright sand beach is nearly perfectly flat and waters are shallowt low tide, the area turns into a lagoon. The contrast between the white sand and the azure blue sea couldn't be more striking. Underwater, you can see a vast number of marine species such as clownfish, turtles, pufferfish and Napoleon fishll fish you may expect to see in a tropical aquarium, in other words.
Bars and Restuarants
Although Marsa Alam itself is rather unassuming, there are, in fact, several local eateries where you can try traditional Egyptian food. Street stalls sell Egypt's version of fast food, which is delicious and something you should at least once during your stay. The hotels and resorts that line the town's palm tree-lined waterfront have restaurants as well, most of them offering international cuisine, such as Italian, Mexican, Indian, Chinese, Mediterranean and French.
Things to do in Marsa Alam in June
Wadi El Gemal National Park
Wadi El Gemal National Park is a must-visit for divers or anyone interested in water sports. Here you can don your scuba or snorkel gear and discover what's hidden beneath the waves. TGI Diving Marsa Alam offers a number of PADI-certified courses for divers to enjoy. Wadi El Gemal can be translated to 'Valley of the Camels' in English. It is an expansive area of desert lands and coastal waters covering 5,000 square kilometres a short distance south of Marsa Alam. Its landscapes include reefs, many islands, coastal mangroves, a mountain range and one of the largest desert 'wadis' in Egypt.
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