Sep 08, 2018 - National Geographic Islander
It’s been a great expedition aboard National Geographic Islander this week, and we spotted lots of animals around the Galapagos islands. Even on our last day, we had the opportunity to observe new animals. Here on San Cristobal Island, we saw the endemic mockingbird, the endemic lava lizard, as well as our third species of boobies - the Galapagos red-footed booby nesting in a tree.
This morning our guests were surrounded by five young sea lions that spent their time playing, swimming and blowing bubbles with us during our snorkeling activity, What a great time! In the afternoon, National Geographic islander headed to Cerro Brujo, a magical white sandy beach where we were immersed in a warm sunset, surrounded by nature, peace, and gratitude for this wonderful expedition.
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