Shark's Bay Weather July Averages, Egypt
July in Shark's Bay, Egypt means that summer is in full effect. The crowds are here soaking up the sun and some of the highest average temperatures, average highs and lows and average sea temperatures of the year. There is also little to no chance of rainfall for July.
The average temperature for July is 32°C (89°F) which is the highest for the year, along with August. Average highs reach 37°C (99°F) which are the highest tied with August. These highs are mostly seen the beginning ten days of the month as after July 11th daily highs often reach 38°C (101°F). Average lows for the month go down to 26°C (79°F) which are the second highest lows of the year. These are mostly experienced at the beginning of the month as after July 11th daily lows reach 29°C (84°F) July has essentially constant highs with only one day in ten going over 41°C (105°F) or under 36°C (96°F). Daily lows only go under 26°C (79°F) or above 31°C (87°F) one in ten days.
Average rainfall for July is 0mm. This average rainfall is also seen in June, August and September.
The average humidity for July is 37% and ranges from 17%, considered dry, to 56%, considered mildly humid. The humidity rarely goes under 11%, considered very dry, or above 76%, considered humid. The beginning of the month is most likely to be the least humid while the end of the month is most likely to be the most humid.
The wind speed in July varies between 3mph, light air, and 20mph, fresh breeze. The beginning of the month is most likely to have the highest wind speeds. The middle of July is most likely to have the lowest wind speeds. The wind direction blows out of the north most often and out of the southwest least often.
The average sunshine hours for July are at the highest of the year at 13. This amount of average sunshine hours is also seen in June. As the month goes on daily sunshine decreases very slowly with the beginning of the month having the most daily sunshine.
The average sea temperature for July is the second highest for the year at 27°C (81°F). This average sea temperature is also experienced in October.
Where to stay
Le Royale Sharm el Sheikh Sonesta Collection offers holidaymakers a five star, luxurious stay at this boutique property. There are 165 rooms and suites, which include opulent finishes and upscale amenities. Two restaurants and two bars (including pool bar) offer up international dishes. Three pools on site as well as the private beach ensure you will have a relaxing holiday. Make sure to book online to receive free Wi-Fi for your stay.
For a great resort stay head to Sea Life Resort in Sharm el Sheikh. With views of Tiran Island, this resort is picture perfect. There are 282 rooms that include a LCD TV, mini-fridge, digital safe, air conditioning and a private balcony or terrace. There are seven restaurants and twelve bars, most open until sunset with the lobby bar open 24hours. The private beach, spa and kids' club guarantee you will have a great stay.
A great family option is the Coral Sea Holiday Village located in Sharm el Sheikh. The idea behind Holiday Village is to offer everything you could ever want in a holiday under one roof. There are 484 rooms and countless amenities that include air conditioning, LCD TV, PlayStation and mini bar. For the kids there is a dedicated kids' club, special kids' menus and a babysitting service available.
A great bargain and family choice is the Sea Gardens Resort. There are 180 rooms, which include standard suites as well as family rooms. Family rooms consist of a master bedroom and a small bedroom with two children's beds and a separating door. All rooms have satellite television, mini-fridge, digital safe and a private balcony or terrace. You will have plenty to do with a private beach, multiple pools and a spa.
Things to do
Fancy a flutter? Head to the Casino Royale located in the heart of Naama Bay. The friendly and professional staff welcome all skill levels, plus there is a fully-serviced bar that offers light refreshments. You will find a choice of Blackjack, Caribbean Stud, Three Card Brag, Hold'em, American Roulette, European Roulette and Slot Machines. Dress code is casual and the casino is open 24 hours.
Those wanting to learn to dive for the first time or those experienced in diving should check out Elite-Diving in Sharm el Sheikh. Elite-Diving is a British owned family business that was started in 2002. With a full range of courses, this PADI certified dive centre has something for all levels. Learn to dive courses start from £50. There are also packages available for dive holidays which start from £250 per week per person and includes 7 night accommodation and 5 days of diving.
Hit the beach
You cannot leave Shark's Bay without ticking a dive at the Blue Hole in Dahab off the list. This is a beautiful unspoilt dive site that is famous worldwide. Located right off the coast, the Blue Hole is a submarine sinkhole that is 130m deep. It has been associated with danger but as long as you are compliant there is nothing to worry about as many people dive there daily. The fish and the reef are some of the most unique you will ever see.
Eating & drinking out
The White Elephant Thai Restaurant and Sushi Bar in Nabq Bay offers a great spot for a special occasion as well as a casual night out. The service here is really attentive go above and beyond to make you happy. Some options include chicken spring rolls, black pepper chicken with rice and sweet and sour chicken with rice.
For some tasty Indian food dine at the House of Spice in Shark's Bay. This place is ideal for a date night, as well as large groups such as a wedding party. The staff here is very welcoming and attentive. Some dishes diners can expect to enjoy include chicken pakora, chicken madras and Bombay potato.