As I don't have much to do, I'm dreaming of future vacations. I had always planned on snorkelling if we (dh and I) ever get to the Galapagos Islands, however dh informed me recently that he doesn't want to snorkel anymore.
We would be doing a land based tour, as I've previously had disembarkation syndrome following the only cruise I've ever been on, and would not risk that again.
My questions are:
1. Is it still worthwhile to go without snorkelling?
2. When would be the optimum time to go for varied wildlife viewing?
I had previously planned on going during March for the warmest and calmest water for snorkelling. However, if we won't be snorkelling, I would be looking for the calmest water (I would still do a couple of the shorter boat trips from our bases), best weather (not too hot and humid, not too rainy). I would likely look to fly between the islands.