Bartolome and North Seymour Island
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 11 Nov 2019

Bartolome and North Seymour Island, 11/11/2019, National Geographic Islander

  • Aboard the National Geographic Islander
  • Galápagos

Bartolome Island and its magnificent scenery this morning was an incredible visit for those who were up early. The ensuing snorkel and beach visit introduced the guests to a several white-tipped reef sharks, three species of ray and a plethora of fish. Then the penguins arrive…Another great snorkel in the afternoon in Rabida brought us the riches of the baitfish. They were in huge numbers and blue-footed boobies were diving for them. Kayakers saw the first turtles, which were enthralling. However, it was the sunset-walk that won the day with as huge feeding frenzy was underway with tuna and sharks chasing the baitfish and frigates, pelicans and boobies fighting for the remains.

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