In the afternoon, we travel to Santa Fe Island and anchor alongside a beautiful, turquoise lagoon. Santa Fe is home to a unique species of iguana that have large spikes on their spines and are bright yellow in color.
This afternoon, we visit El Junco Lagoon, the Galapagos' only permanent freshwater lake.
This afternoon, we stop at Punta Suarez to catch a glimpse of the Masked and Blue-footed Boobies. We also visit the "blowhole," a lava tube that sprays water up in the air like a geyser!
This afternoon, we travel to Sullivan Bay and walk across lava fields!
In the afternoon we visit Darwin Bay. Here, we observe magnificent Galapagos birds such as Red-footed Boobies, Frigatebirds, gulls and herons.
This afternoon, we visit Cerro Mesa, a hill that gives us outstanding views of the Galapagos Islands. Next, we visit Garrapatero Beach with its turquoise water. Keep your eyes peeled for Galapagos finches and Black-necked Stilts.
This afternoon, we travel to Rábida Island, visiting a saltwater lagoon ans keeping our eyes peeled for Brown Pelicans and other amazing Galapagos wildlife!
This afternoon we visit Isabela's Giant Tortoise Breeding Center where we'll see several species of tortoises in one location.
In the afternoon, we visit Elizabeth Bay. Here, we have the opportunity to observe some amazing Galapagos wildlife, such as the Flightless Cormorant, marine turtles and sea lions.
In the afternoon, we travel back to Isabela Island and visit the wonderful snorkeling site of Punta Vicente Roca.
This afternoon, we travel to Bartolomé Island. Here, we hike up steep, wooden steps in order to reward ourselves with spectacular views of the islands!
After our visit to North Seymour, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to mainland Ecuador.