When to Go
- BEST TIMES: Close to the equator, the Galapagos can be enjoyed year round.
- ALSO CONSIDER: December-May has warmer calmer seas with better visibility, but some rain. June-November is cooler and drier, but with cloudier skies.
Proud blue-footed boobies, lolling seals, enormous tortoises — their appeal is what lures most to the Galápagos. What surprises many of our travelers is the marvelous mix of landscapes, from cloud-forested mountains to beachy outposts. Our luxury Galapagos tours give you plenty of time to appreciate both flora and fauna, be it snorkeling with merrily circling sea lions or hiking beside an extinct volcano. Experience the serenity of this unvarnished slice of Mother Nature on a Galapagos trip.
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