With the Galapagos Islands middle-of-the-earth location, temperatures stay consistent month-to-month, making these islands a great warm weather destination at any time.
There is some variation in the two seasons. December to June is warmest and with the most rainfall in short, daily showers concentrated in upper elevations. July to November is the Garúa season—named for a mist that forms in the highlands, providing moisture but not much rain. Lucky for you, the giant tortoises roam about year round. See when your favorite animals are mating and nesting and pick the departure that matches your must-sees.
The Bird Island
We hopped on to the panga boat and pushed off from the La Pinta. Our driver hummed a tune as we zoomed to the picturesque Isla Genovesa...
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Going. Going. Galapagos!
We were walking in the highlands of San Cristobal Island for less than 15 minutes when we heard the definitive call of the elusive mockingbird...
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