GALAPAGOS ISLANDS WEATHER - CLIMATE

 
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GALAPAGOS CLIMATE - WEATHER

Though the islands are located on the equator, the ocean's surface temperature ranges greatly from 7 to 28 degrees centigrade. The islands also go through dramatic changes. January to March is considered the hot/wet season, March being the hottest month of the year. The islands are brimming with plant life, and the water temperatures are ideal for snorkeling and diving at this time of year. Because of the climate changes in July through September, there's less rain and the islands are drier, though cooler. The water temperature drops considerably, though this is the ideal time of year to see more aquatic life, as the animals prefer the colder currents.





The principle regulator of the climate of the Galapagos is the temperature of the ocean surface and ocean currents, creating microclimates on the islands influencing the particular flora and fauna habitats found on each island. When choosing the time of year to visit the Galapagos, prioritize. Decide what you would rather do and see, as not all animals are present at all times of year.

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Ave. Temp.
Max / Min ºC
Hours of
Clear Skies
Ave. Sea
Temp. ºC
Rainfall
January
30/ 22
5.3
24.5
2.4
February
30 / 24
7.5
25
4.6
March
31 / 24
6.0
25
4.0
April
31 / 24
7.5
25
2.9
May
28 / 22
5.2
24.5
0.6
June
26 / 21
4.4
23
0.2
July
26 / 20
2.8
22
0.3
August
26 / 19
3.3
21.5
0.2
September
26 / 19
2.9
22
0.2
October
26 / 20
3.8
22.5
0.2
November
26 / 21
3.5
23
0.2
December
27 / 22
4.0
22.5
0.3


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GALAPAGOS ISLANDS WEATHER AND CLIMATE