Red sea Weather January Averages, Egypt

    Red sea Weather for January 2021

    Egypt is home to the Pyramids, the Nile, and the well-known pharaohs. The Mediterranean coastline is an excellent travel destination for tourists all around the world. The coast stretches from the Sudanese border all the way to the Gulf of Suez. It features lots of beautiful coastlines and resorts, as well as all kinds of fun activities for water sport lovers.

    January is known to be the coolest month in the region The Red Sea. The lowest temperature can get to 17⁰ C and the highest temperature gets to 25⁰ C. The average temperature in January is 21⁰ C. The nights are cooler, with temperatures dropping to 13⁰C. There are 7 hours of sunshine in January. Also, the average wind speed is 18 km/h and the water temperature is 19⁰C.

    The climate in this region is dry and hot. Even though January is Egypt's rainiest month, in the Red Sea region the rainfall is resumed to almost zero. This applies not only in January, but throughout the whole year. At the same time, even though the Sea is very close, the humidity level is quite low, not being able to exceed 50%.

    January is a perfect month to visit Egypt because it's not as hot as the summer months. You can get accommodation at the Oberoi Sahl Hasheesh hotel, one of the most luxurious establishments in the area. This hotel is excellent and will meet all tourists' expectations. Besides the elegant rooms, it also features a spa and relaxation center.

    For a nice, yet odd place to eat, visitors can go to Abu Khadigah. This restaurant is located at Sharia Sheraton Sigala and it offers specialties like stuffed cabbage leaves and grilled mincemeat with spices. A meal can cost up to £20.

    Tourists who want to come to Egypt in January will have the chance to take part in the Al Hijra or the Islamic New Year and the Coptic Christian Christmas, celebrated on January 6. On New Year, the Islamic Egyptians attend the masses at the mosques, so it might be a great opportunity to visit an Islamic mosque.

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