Weather in Galapagos
Weather is such an important thing in our daily life. That’s why climate is one of the biggest preoccupation at the time of preparing the holidays. When is the best moment to go to my destination? Winter Holidays? Summer Holiday? And those questions deserve an answer, also in Galapagos Islands. So When is the best moment to go to Galapagos?
You can visit Galapagos at any time of the year, but depending on the activities that you look for you may be most interested in one or other Season.
Best Season to Dive in Galapagos: Dry Season
The dry season, from June to December is definitively the best season to practice Diving activities. The reason: The Humboldt Current, which is cold, goes to the north of Galapagos due to Southern winds. This make that in Shorelines you have very little precipitations while highlands are kept green and lush. The dry season is appreciated for her blue sky.
During this season you may observe a large number of species such as:
- Humpback whales
- Lava Lizards
- Giant Tortoises
- Sea Lions
- Blue Footed Boobies
- Lava herons
- Oyster Catchers
- Masked Boobies
- Swallow-tailed gulls
- Brown noddies
Water’s temperature while dry season is from 18°C to 23°C (65°F to 75°F)
Warm Season: The best weather for Snorkel activities
The other season is called warm season, and corresponds to the months from December to May. During this time climate is more tropical with cloudier sky and daily rain. This conditions benefits to Snorkel lovers because of warmer water (between 21°C and 27°C). Don’t think that in Warm Season you’re stay will include less species to discover than dry season. Between the species you’ll be able to observe there are:
- Marine and Land Iguanas
- Sea turtles
- white-cheeked pintails
- Masked and Blue footed boobies.
Water’s temperature on Warm season is from 21°C to 27°C (70°F to 80°F)
This list of species is not exhaustive, and while you’ll stay at home you’ll get the opportunity to even more