Today we visited North Seymour Island, the home of the unique Galapagos land iguana. We started with a pre breakfast hike where we found different species of marine birds, such as blue-footed boobies and frigates nesting in the area.

In the afternoon, we went to the beach on Rabida Island where we had our first snorkeling opportunity of the expedition so our guests could enjoy the wonders of the Pacific Ocean.

Later, we went kayaking and found playful sea lions all along the coast. At the same time, others found a group of American flamingos by a brackish water lagoon on a walk along the beach.

It’s been one amazing experience after another while we explore the pristine areas that the Galapagos National Park offers us!