Red sea Weather October Averages, Egypt
The Red Sea Coast in Egypt has a varied maritime history dating from the Pharaonic times. In addition, it boasts of underwater life, ancient ports and colourful coral reefs.
The Red Sea has a hot climate, but in October the temperatures are beginning to decrease. The average temperature for this time of the year is 31⁰C. The highest temperature is 31⁰C and the lowest is 28⁰C. The night air temperature drops to 24⁰C. The climate is still friendly and quite pleasant, but the hours of sunshine are diminishing to 10. The wind speed reaches 24 km/h. The tourists who visit the Red Sea Coast in October can still take sun baths and even swim in the sea, as the water temperature is 25⁰C.
Those who want to benefit from full services must go for the Moevenpick Spa and Resort. This sophisticated hotel has an extraordinary pool in the shape of a lagoon and a garden filled with palm trees. The floor to ceiling windows in the rooms offers one-of-a-kind views over the beaches and the sea.
For something truly out of the ordinary go for Shade, a Scandinavian restaurant located on Marina Blvd. this unique spot can be quite expensive, £95 per meal, but its Northern European specialties are well worth the visit and the money.
October features Eid al Fitr, an Islamic festival celebrated with lots of prayers and food.
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