These are the warmest and driest months to visit mainland Ecuador and the Galapagos. While the mainland will see throngs of tourists and hotel prices will rocket, the Galapagos will see fewer tourists because, despite the islands themselves being dry and sunny, the waters are very cold for snorkeling and diving.
The festive season and many South American holidays make this a busy period as well, but the dry spell has come to an end and there will be afternoon showers. The Galapagos begins to ready itself for its very own peak season starting in December, as the waters become calmer and warm enough to snorkel and dive.
Mainland Ecuador sees a fair amount of rainfall, although hotels and operators are still open for business. The Galapagos enjoys its peak season in January and then gradually tapers off as the cold currents start up again from March onwards.
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