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Galapagos Islands Tours
The Galapagos Islands, a popular destination for Galapagos tours, are a once-in-a-lifetime experience; all you need to do to “prepare” for them is brace yourself for the amazing. With highly unusual wildlife and otherworldly landscapes unique to the Galapagos Islands that aren’t found anywhere else on Earth, the archipelago dazzles with its vistas. Sunsets will cast a golden spotlight over the surrounding beaches and scenery, all as a delectable gourmet dinner is prepared by our world-class chef. On top of all this, you’ll also get a luxurious and remarkably comfortable experience, where every detail has been thought of before you even consider it. Naturalist guides will provide the perfect touch of an insightful narrative to complement your expedition activities throughout the archipelago as you snap hundreds of beautiful pictures. There are often so many different things to see throughout our comprehensive Galapagos tour itineraries that it is essential to receive the proper advice from a destination expert!
When Is The Best Time To Travel to Galapagos?
The Galapagos Islands are a versatile tourist destination; you can plan a trip at any time of year and experience diverse weather conditions and wildlife. Use your interests as a guide to help you choose when to go.
Warm Season: The warm season in the Bahamas runs from December to May, with temperatures ranging from 26ºC to 30ºC (79ºF to 85ºF). The water temperature during this season is usually around 26ºC (79ºF), making it perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and diving. The Bahamas is also known for its beautiful, clear waters, which have visibility of over 30 feet. This is the perfect time of year to see tropical fish and manta rays in their natural habitat.
Dry Season: From June to November, ocean temperatures decline to 20-23 degrees Celsius (70-72 degrees Fahrenheit), cooling the air to 23-26 degrees Celsius (72-79 degrees Fahrenheit). This is an ideal season for professional diving, as the cool waters are teeming with marine life. The waters are also rich in nutrients, attracting an array of sea creatures. This provides a boon for land-based animals that depend on the ocean for food, including birds and sea lions. Mating rituals are commonly seen among several bird species, not to mention the adorable fluffy chicks that begin appearing on the islands.