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North Seymour is an island full of life! You may have to give way to a sea lion or marine iguana. Blue-footed boobies nest on both sides of the trail (almost 2 km) where mating pairs do their courtship dance.
08:00 a.m. approx.
By vehicle or bus, you will go from Puerto Ayora to the Itabaca channel.
You will board the boat once you are in the channel and travel quickly to North Seymour Island (40 min boat ride).
In contrast to the other islands in the archipelago, which were created by volcanic eruptions, this island, which is in the heart of the group, has a surface that is comparatively flat.
You will disembark when you get to the island and hike the about two-kilometer-long track through some of the biggest frigate colonies in the archipelago.
Along with the frigates, this island is home to blue-footed boobies, seagulls, land iguanas, marine iguanas, and a colony of sea lions.
On the islands, this is also one of the greatest spots to observe frigates puffing up their recognizable crimson, featherless pouches to attract females.
After exploring North Seymour, you’ll travel to Bachas Beach on Santa Cruz Island’s northern region. You will have time to go snorkeling and enjoy the beach and sea. Because the American troops abandoned two boats (barges) after the Second World War, the name “Bachas” is derived from the
This beach is a great site to see wildlife, such as flamingos, zayapas (Galapagos crabs), and other marine birds, in addition to snorkeling.
7 – 8 hours
Shared (max 16 people)