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sharm in winter

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sharm in winter

Will be travelling to Sharm late December.....am concerned about the evening temperature. Do I take cardigans or will I need a heavy jacket?

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1. Re: sharm in winter

a cardigan will be fine roxs .

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Nabq can be cooler than Na'ama or Old Sharm areas; it can bee breezy. Sometimes I need a cardi & jacket if down on Na'ama prom, but then, I feel the cold! If I'm walking around Na'ama shops a cardi is sometimes more than enough. Have been in short sleeves. The sun will go in at about 4pm, dark at 5.30pm & then you may feel a bit chilly in comparison to the heat of the day. We've known eve temps vary a lot, between 13-19 degrees by 9pm.


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3. Re: sharm in winter

I usually wear a fleece travelling to the airport in England so would have that if necessary but have never needed more than a pashmina if sitting outside for any length of time.

And I'm not particularly warm blooded :-)

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4. Re: sharm in winter

think i might pack my uggs lol

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5. Re: sharm in winter

sharks bay isnt to bad cardi or light jacket, nabq is a bit windy, not sure about naama bay and old town at night

during the day its lovely i always come back with a great tan

sun goes down about 4ish

ur love it and will go bak again next yr

have a great time


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Thank you so much for your replies...

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