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Usually we can consider two large seasons. From December to June it is known as the Warm Season. And the second climatic season that goes from June to November receives the name of Dry Season. The best time to take advantage of the Galapagos is the transition months. However any month is valid for touring the islands, there is no longer a month when the weather is unbearable or you cannot see peculiar flora and fauna to observe.
Since there are two extreme seasons, which mark the beginning or the end of mating for most species, there are some months in which the two phases can be witnessed at the same time. There is a transition between the hot season and the dry season (April to June), and later a transition between the dry season and the hot season (November to January).
Below we show you some of the must-see places you can go on some of our catamaran trips on the Galapagos Islands. It is possible to make your reservation online and receive a discount if you pay in advance. Do not miss the opportunity to visit one of the most beautiful places on the planet. If you are looking for cruise travel for one or more people, this is the best choice.
Espanola Island: With 300 million years corresponds to the oldest island famous for its number of birds, among which are the funny blue-footed boobies, birds known for their mating rituals, where the male exhibits his blue feet to the female. One of its most interesting sites is Punta Suarez, an area of abyss in where we can see species that not is presented in the rest of the archipelago, as marine iguanas turquoise with red, mockingbirds, lava lizards and colonies of up to 15.000 albatross.
Sullivan Bay on Santiago Island: Sullivan Bay, site of one of the most beautiful habitats of the archipelago, with impressive lava spaces solidified in waves, like a landscape of mars. A journey of about a mile and a half, allows tourists to know the most relevant areas of interest of the Bay, appreciating interesting mineral samples, among which there are figures of trees, before being calcined by the eruptions of the island .
Bartolome Island: One of the places of Galapagos that receives greater fascination thanks to its volcanic landscapes, rock formations that have tones red, orange, green and black. His two visitable sites correspond to “La Playa” and the “Escalera”, the first located between abysmal cliffs, allows you to immerse in the world below the shallow, making diving among penguins, turtles and others unique fishes in the world. The Escalera on the other hand, is the viewpoint of most amazing natural origin of the archipelago, on the top of an extinct crater, being possible to see an overview of the same island with his lava cones.
Dragon Hill: It has its name because to for a long time, was one of the few places in the Santa Cruz Island where were land iguanas in healthy state. This place was part of varied efforts to maintain the colonies of iguanas, in order to ensure their reproduction. At present there are no dogs in Dragon Hill, although the Galapagos National Park carries out a lot of controls of other animals that can be dangerous. In the beautiful lagoons present in this site, there is shrimp (Artemia salina), the same as the food of the flamingos. At certain times of the year there is more abundance and therefore the quantity of these birds is larger. In times with many precipitations the water becomes too sweet and therefore the population of crustaceans is smaller, which has consequences on the amount of flamingos. Dragon Hill has been open to the general public since 1993. The beach has rocky formations. At high tide it is an excellent sector to do surface diving.
Sports and entertainment
Few people can resist the temptation to practice marine sports, such as kayaking or surface diving, enjoying this natural space and enjoying warm waters on beaches with turtles and sea lions.