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Being the only coastal city in Jordan, Aqaba has an iconic mixture of ideal Aqaba Weather, natural beauty, and historical destinations. If you are wondering what makes Aqaba stand out, I’ll tell you! It has the remarkable beauty of the Red Sea, excluding the huge crowds of Eilat and Egypt. With such a unique location, Aqaba has made it to Jordan’s golden triangle of tourism. Its location near Petra and Wadi Rum has influenced its cultural and historical value, making it one of the top tourist attractions and popular holiday destinations in the world. So, if you’re skeptical regarding the best time to visit Aqaba, here is our guide to Aqaba weather. Keep reading!

Summer in Aqaba

Having extensive desert landscapes, Jordan is highly known for its hot desert climate, with a warm winter and relatively hot summer. As the desert terminates in Aqaba, it is not surprising that the summer months are very hot, with an average of 13 hours of sunshine a day. With temperatures up to the forties, you may feel as if the whole area is set ablaze. If you’re looking for the warmest time, then visit Aqaba in August, July, and June. In fact, August is Aqaba’s slow season, regarding tourism. That’s why; hotels and accommodation can be much cheaper.

For those who want to explore the vast desert or the magnificent city of Aqaba, summer can be too hot for such adventures. However, some people may prefer visiting Jordan in the summer, leveraging the fewer crowds to explore the remarkable sites of Petra, Aqaba Castle, Wadi Rum, and Aqaba Fort, along with the buzzing Souk. Also, summer witnesses Jerash’s highlights, including the “Jerash Festival of Culture and Art.” So, if you’re up to some Jordanian music and traditional dance, fly to Jerash City at the end of July.  Don’t forget to check our Aqaba Trips and enjoy the natural beauty of the Red Sea! 

Autumn in Aqaba

After these astonishing temperatures in summer, things start to cool down a bit in September. In fact, autumn is considered a great time to visit Aqaba City, with temperatures reaching 26 degrees Celsius. In fact, many people prefer heading to Aqaba at this time of the year for diving and exploring the Red Sea’s magnificent marine life. And, if you’re up to an adrenaline rush adventure, why don’t you explore the Jordan Valley or hiking on the Jordan Trail? 

Winter in Aqaba

In winter, the weather drops dramatically, reaching an average of 8 degrees Celsius. This time of the year, especially January, witness a severe winter with heavy rainfall and snow. The weather gets so cold at night, especially in the desert areas. However, Aqaba gets relatively warm weather, with a fair share of sunlight. So, it may be convenient to explore Aqaba City, as well as the historical site of Petra, as long as you pack some warm clothes.

Spring in Aqaba

Aqaba weather

Spring strikes the perfect balance in Jordan and Aqaba in particular! From March to May, the country witnesses cooler weather, with lower temperatures and perfect sunshine. In fact, this time of the year is the ideal time for explorers and adventurous hikers, in addition to being the busiest for tourism. Also, as a celebration for Ramadan, Amman’s Citadel Hill offers outstanding, classical concerts, with the perfect lightings and spiritual environment.

The Best Time to Visit Aqaba

Aqaba has some dry months; however, it doesn’t have months with high humidity. The wind is normally moderate, with a gentle, fresh breeze. If you ask which time is better to visit Aqaba, the short answer is “always.” However, the best seasons are spring and autumn. With intermediate temperatures, you’ll be more comfortable exploring the place and discovering its hidden treasures.

According to our statistics, tourists visit Aqaba mostly in June, followed by March, and then January. Just so you know, the hotels and flights’ prices are relatively high during these months. You may want to consider visiting Aqaba in November as it is the least expensive month. Aqaba is your gate to the magnificent underwater world, where you can swim with the turtles and eagle rays, and you must take it into your considerations if you are searching for a stunning place to spend your honeymoon in Jordan.
 The best time for diving in Aqaba is September, October, and early November when you can enjoy the rich marine life and crystal-clear water, accompanied by the perfect weather. Being a charming destination, don’t miss Aqaba’s dazzling diving sites, including the Yamanieh coral Reef in the Aqaba Marine Park. Are you ready to visit Aqaba?!

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