Taba Heights Weather November Averages, Egypt
Twelve months of sunshine and hot weather marks this area out as a particularly popular tourist destination.
While this is a great holiday destination at any time of the year, many prefer to visit Taba Heights in the winter months, when they can take advantage of the winter sun.
The temperatures may drop slightly after the excessive heat of the summer, but they remain high enough to allow for a beach holiday.
The only concession to winter in Taba Heights is the fact that the evenings can be slightly cooler, so you may want to have a light jacket with you for nights when you want to venture out on the town.
The average daily temperature for this month in Taba Heights is 21°C (70°F) which can reach 27°C (81°F) or drop to 15°C (59°F).
The average temperature of the sea during this month in Taba Heights is 25°C.
The average amount of rainfall this month is 4 mm over 1 day.
There is an average of 9 hours of sunshine each day in Taba Heights.
When in Egypt, a tour of the desert is a fantastic opportunity and proves to be a unique and exciting experience. Whether you explore on the back of a horse or camel, ride in a jeep on safari or travel through the sand dunes on a quad bike, this is likely to be one trip you don't soon forget.
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