Apr 15, 2018 - National Geographic Endeavour II
This morning we visited North Seymour island, located at the center of the archipelago. This small island hosts countless marine and terrestrial animals, and today we had the privilege of exploring pristine nature of this unique place. We spotted male Magnificent and Great frigatebirds, using their inflated gular sacs to attract females. We also saw land iguanas, marine iguanas, blue-footed boobies, lava lizards, Galapagos gulls and Galapagos sharks.
In the afternoon we sailed to Rabida Island, which is a unique environment with a dark red landscape. We had an incredible deep-water snorkeling outing, with white-tipped reef sharks, Pacific green sea turtles, and Galapagos sea lions. To complete our day we had a relaxing walk at the beach watching the sunset. It was a wonderful dayn but this is only the beginning! There is so much to discover and to explore onboard National Geographic Endeavor II.
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