North Seymour Islet, Radiba Island
  • Daily Expedition Reports
  • 01 Mar 2020

North Seymour Islet, Radiba Island, 3/1/2020, National Geographic Endeavour II

  • Aboard the National Geographic Endeavour II
  • Galápagos

During the morning of our first full day in the Galapagos we visited North Seymour, a small low lying island just north of the channel that separates it from Baltra Island. Here we walked amongst blue-footed boobies, great and magnificent frigate birds, and our first Galapagos land iguanas.

In the afternoon, we visited Rabida Island where we had our first opportunity to explore the underwater world while snorkeling. We finished our day with a relaxed beach stroll where we spotted wading shore birds and basking Galapagos sea lions.

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