Shark's Bay Weather September Averages, Egypt
The weather for Shark's Bay, Egypt in September begins to taper off for the first time all year. This of course just means the heat will not be extreme, but still very warm. The average temperatures, average highs and lows and average sunshine hours all lower form August while the average rainfall and average sea temperature stays the same.
The average temperature for September is 30°C (86°F). Average highs get to 35°C (95°F) which are usually experienced after September 21st as the beginning of the month can still see daily highs rise to 37°C (98°F). Average lows get down to 25°C (77°F) which are also mostly seen after September 21st with daily highs reaching 28°C (82°F) in the beginning of the month. August experiences falling daily highs with only one day in ten going over 39°C (102°F) or under 32°C (89°F). Daily lows only go under 24°C (76°F) or above 29°C (85°F) every one in ten days.
The average rainfall in September is 0mm, which stays consistent with the previous three months of June, July and August.
The average humidity for September is 42% and ranges from 22%, considered dry, to 62%, considered mildly humid. The humidity rarely goes under 15%, considered very dry, or goes above 71%, considered humid. The beginning of the month is the most likely to be the least humid while the end of the month is the most likely to be most humid.
The wind speed in September varies from 4mph, light breeze, to 21mph, fresh breeze. The first week of September is most likely to have the highest wind speeds while the end of the month 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 goes down to 11 from August's 12. This is the third highest average sunshine hours for the year which is also experienced in May. As the month goes on, daily sunshine slowly decreases with the highest daily sunshine occurring in the beginning of the month.
The average sea temperature for September is 28°C (82°F). This is the highest average sea temperature for the year and is also seen in August.
Where to Stay
For a great resort stay check out the Hilton Sharm Waterfalls Resort located right on the shores of the Red Sea. This resort has a private beach, jetty and onsite dive centre so you won't have to go far for your water activities. There are 401 rooms and suites that include in room safe, spacious bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities.
A fun family option is the all-inclusive Coral Sea Waterworld Resort in Naqb Bay. The aqua park here will guarantee fun for the whole family with twisting body slides, speed slides, tube slides and multi-lane slides. There are ten restaurants and bars available as well as a shopping arcade and workout room. Room options include a family room as well as family suite with capacity for six.
An unforgettable stay can be had at the Royal Albatros Moderna in Sharm el Sheikh. This is an all-inclusive resort with an ultra-inclusive option, which includes a VIP bar, stocked mini bar, 25 per cent discount on room service, access to the a la carte restaurants, free laundry and gym room & Jacuzzi usage. For the kids there is an aqua park on the property that includes an area for infants and toddlers separated from the older kids.
For a truly relaxing holiday head to Jaz Mirabel Beach. This five star resort located in Nabq Bay offers unparalleled views of the Red Sea. The resort is modelled using Tuscan architecture combined with Egyptian service, which means you will have a luxurious and stress-free stay. There are four restaurants as well as three bars offering you a wide selection of cuisines. There are also six pools on the property including an adventure park for kids.
Things to do
One of the best things to do while in Shark's Bay is to learn to dive or continue to advance your diving skills as the Red Sea offers some of the best dive spots in the world. Extra Divers Worldwide in Dahab, is one of the best diving centres to do this. They are an international centre, which offers courses for both experienced divers and beginning divers. They provide all necessary equipment and ensure you enjoy a safe dive.
Most people think of beaches and the sea when planning their Shark's Bay Holiday, but don't forget to take advantage of the desert. One of the best ways to do this is by booking a star gazer night through Charm of Sharm. You will be picked up from your hotel and then enjoy a short camel ride. Soon after a buffet is served while you watch an oriental show. To end the night, an astronomer will brief you on the stars and you will be able to look through the high end telescope.
Eating & drinking out
The View Restaurant located in Dahab sits on the beach and serves European and Egyptian cuisine as well as seafood, pizza and pasta. This little café is appropriately named offering one of the best views of the Red Sea. The staff here is some of the most welcoming you will encounter on your holiday. Make sure to try the fresh juices.
For homemade Egyptian fare head to Mona Mama, found in Dahab. It is a great concept as there is no menu, items served changes daily based on the local ingredients available that day. Some options that one could expect are beef casserole, kebabs and oven-baked potatoes. One thing you can count on is the delicious pita bread and hummus.