The climate of the Galapagos islands is hardly the tropical climate you would find in the Caribbean or South Pacific, the islands are not cold either, as average daytime temperatures in the lowlands usually reach at least 30°C (85°F). The average water temperature, however, is less than the 30°C needed to sustain the coral that surrounds many tropical islands.
In January, the rainy season begins. On Hood (Espanola) Island, the mating season for the adult marine iguanas begins, they become brightly colored (green, red and black). The Green Sea Turtles arrives to lay eggs on the beaches in the Galapagos. Land iguanas begin reproductive cycles. Both, water and air temperatures rise and stay warm until May.
January weather in the Galapagos:
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