North Seymore Galapagos
North Seymour Island is a natural haven for some of the most sought after residents in the Galapagos Islands, the Blue-Footed Boobies. A nature trail meanders leisurely through large colonies of nesting Frigate birds and Blue-Footed Boobies. Depending on the time of year, this is an excellent place to witness the thrilling mating rituals these birds are famous for. You can also intimately observe the fascinating dynamics between a mother and its chick. Just off shore you can often witness the original Galapagos surf club members, sea lions, riding the crashing waves all the way into shore. Isolated Bachas beach offers a refreshing snorkel in the tepid waters. A side trip to a small lagoon provides an opportunity to see feeding flamingos. Due to its teeming wildlife and close proximity, North Seymour is one of the most popular day trips from Santa Cruz and is not to be missed!
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