HURGHADA WEATHER IN JUNE, JULY & AUGUST

Hurghada weather in June, July & August

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Even though summer is supposed to be a low season in #Egypt, there are lots of people coming to spend their summer holidays to #Hurghada and Egypt. 

It’s not impossible to get a package holiday or fly to Egypt on your own without a travel agency during the summer. Despite the hot weather in the summer, some people really enjoy the hot Egyptian summer sun in Hurghada.

summer in hurghada Egypt
The weather in Hurghada during the summer is hot.

Some of the travel agencies operate to Egypt all year round. The high season in Egypt starts somewhere around October and lasts until the end of April. At the end of April, most of the travel agents fly home or other destinations for the summer and head back to Egypt after the summer in October.

Does this mean there are fewer tourists in Egypt and Hurghada in the summertime? It does but it doesn’t. For sure there are not so many tourists in the Pyramids or Valley of the Kings, but Red Sea Resorts aren’t sleeping even when the high season is off

In fact, it’s still kind of busy here, even it’s hot and supposed to be low season for tourism.  In the summertime, Hurghada and other Red Sea destinations are filled with both foreign and Egyptian tourists.

Also, Egyptians have their summer holidays, even though they seem to work 24/7 (most of them do). Lots of Egyptian and Arab tourists travel to the Red Sea area for summer holidays. Actually, Hurghada is one of the most popular holiday destinations for Arabs. School holidays in Egypt start in the third week of June and last until the first week of September. Long holidays, right?

Longest National holidays in Egypt are Eid El-Fitr, which is a three-day-long holiday for celebrating the end of Ramadan and Eid Al-Adha, that lasts also four days. These fests are the big ones! You see Egyptian and Arab tourists in Hotel resorts and outside on the street celebrating and spending family time, for example, Mamsha is filled with Egyptians most of the summer evenings.

NEXT: HOW HOT EGYPT IS IN THE SUMMER?

VISITING EGYPT IN THE SUMMER | HOW HOT THE WEATHER IS?

In case you want to visit the pyramids, Valley of the kings and see other wonders of ancient Egypt, summer is not the best time to travel to Egypt. #visitegypt

The weather in June, July, August and even September are seriously hot. It’s ok for sunbathing and watersports, but for historical sight-seeing, the summer weather in Egypt is too hot. 

For example, in the Valley of the Kings, there is no shadow and it can be easily over +50 degrees there. It’s hard to enjoy the history, while the sun is literally burning you alive. I don’t recommend visiting Valley of the Kings during the summertime. For me, it’s too hot out there. Also, Cairo feels like a hotpot in the summertime. Save your historical visits for the winter and enjoy the sun and beaches in the summer.

The valley of the kings is very hot in june, july & august
The valley of the kings is very hot in June, July & August.

Want to know read about the weather in Hurghada? Click here to read about the weather in January, February or March, April and May.

Even it’s very hot here in the summertime, some people say that summer in Hurghada/Red Sea area is nicer than in Europe. It’s always a little windy here, plus you have an air-conditioner inside your hotel room or flat. 

And when you are on your holiday, you can lay down under the sunshade and dip yourself to the Red Sea or pool whenever you feel like it. You don’t need to work on your holiday. Summer in Egypt doesn’t sound that bad anymore.

If you decide to visit Hurghada (Egypt) during the summer, pack lots of sun creme and don’t forget to apply it on regularly! Once a day is not enough! You can leave your socks and long-sleeved shirts home unless you want to protect yourself from the sun, otherwise, you don’t need them. 

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Hurghada weather in June, July, August and September is very hot! Pack your summer clothes, good sandals/flipflops, something to cover your head with, good sunglasses and swimwear of course!

The highest average temperature in Hurghada in June is 36 Celsius degrees and the lowest 24 Celsius degrees. In July the highest average temperature is 36 Celsius and lowest 25 celsius. In August the highest average temperature drops down for 1 degree from 35 to 34 Celsius degrees (The weather is still very hot!) and the lowest temperature in August is 25. Also, September is a very hot month (highest 33 celsius and lowest 24 Celsius). And don’t worry, it won’t rain, though you wish! 

To check the current weather in Hurghada, click here to Accuweather page.

NEXT: THINGS TO DO IN HURGHADA IN THE SUMMER

HURGHADA THINGS TO DO IN THE SUMMER

In the summer the sun shines about 13 hours a day in Hurghada. It means you have plenty of time to play outside. Water temperature in the Red Sea is perfect for all the water sports activities; Scuba-diving, Snorkeling, Kite surfing, Cable wakeboarding, Parasailing you name it. 

Check this post for all the things to do in Hurghada. Top things to do in Hurghada from A-Z.

parasailing in hurghada

There are lots of options to choose from. All these activities are relatively cheap in Hurghada. If water sports are not your thing; you can lay on the beach or spend an unforgettable day in one of the waterparks in Hurghada (there are many of them.).

Or take a day tour to El Gouna (click here for more).

For sure, you won’t get bored in Hurghada! Enjoy the HOT summer in Egypt!

-Hanna-

Click here to read more about Hurghada and Egypt.

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