Today was the first full day of our expedition and we started our day with a hike at North Seymour Island. This place holds one of the biggest marine bird colonies in the archipelago and our guests were thrilled to see and interact with the different species we encountered. Among the species were the popular blue-footed boobies, the gorgeous frigatebirds displaying their courtship ritual, land iguanas, sea lions, and lava lizards among others.

During lunchtime we navigated to Rabida Island where our guests had their first snorkeling experience, and we were lucky to spot a little colony of flamingos. What a great way to start our expedition!