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NORTH SEYMOUR & BACHAS

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The bus assigned, pick up the passengers from the Hotel at 08h00, to take them to the Itabaca Channel, where they will board the boat which after 1 ½ hour of navigation, arrives to Seymour Island; where they will have a wet landing.

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The bus assigned, pick up the passengers from the Hotel at 08h00, to take them to the Itabaca Channel, where they will board the boat which after 1 ½ hour of navigation, arrives to Seymour Island; where they will have a wet landing.

North Seymour was formed from the oceanic plaque, due to an oceanic event. Several rocks with few meters height form the beach where the Swallow, tailed Gull rest in the border. A little silver color forest with Palo Santo Trees usually without leaves, is located very near from the disembark place.

In this Island it’s possible to see sea lions and marine iguanas. The blue footed boobies’ nests are near from the trail; here the couples of this specie dance their particular ritual very famous around the world.

The following landscape is the rock beach with white sand; here a big colony of pelicans who love pictures will be waiting for you. The trail turn down to reveal the biggest place of nests in Galapagos, the colony of magnificent frigate birds.

Additionally we’ll visit Bachas, a white coral beach; the best place for marine turtles to deposit their eggs.

In the beach you can see marine iguanas and in the lagoon you can observe Flamingos in some seasons of the year. Dragon Hill is a lagoon which attracts Flamingos, White – cheeked Pintail and other species of birds. You will take a walk to a beautiful place, where you can observe iguana nests and a beautiful landscape.

Lunch on board

Snorkel equipment is not included, but you can rent it on board

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