Just as we forecasted a couple of weeks ago, the warm waters of hot season have now engulfed the entirety of the archipelago. Not only have sea temperatures have gone up, but the islands’ tropical days are here to stay for another month or so. Read More
If you’ve never been on a cruise to the archipelago before, use this cruise guide of Galapagos to help you prepare.
What You Should Know When Sailing in the Galapagos Islands
The Galapagos Islands are an archipelago located off the coast Ecuador. They are famous for their wildlife, and also because Charles Darwin visited them during his voyage on the HMS Beagle. His collections and observations eventually led him to develop his theory of evolution by natural selection.
When is the best time to visit the archipelago? Read this Galapagos month-by-month guide before you decide the date of your trip.
Taking the title for the hottest year on record, 2016 has seen a wide range of climatic disasters, from severe droughts to torrential rains. While this is partly due to the rising effect of climate change, it is also influenced by El Niño, which opened the year. Yet, as we awe at record-breaking heat during a typically frigid Canadian winter and share concern for the millions displaced by flooding, we overlook the effect on the Galapagos Islands as its delicate ecosystem is thrown off balance. Learn about the climate change and el Niño in Galapagos.
The Galapagos Islands are known for their unique species and landscapes, and that uniqueness extends to the weather. Unlike what most travelers believe, this tropical destination offer two markedly different seasons, and understanding their attributes will generate perfect satisfaction on the chosen trip. This equatorial paradise can be visited all-year round. Read more to learn about the weather when visiting the Galapagos Islands.