Set sail for North Seymour Island and hike across its rocky coast. As you walk, pass colonies of blue-footed boobies and magnificent frigatebirds. Spot Daphne Major and Minor in the distance and watch sea lions as they body surf near the shore.
Sail for Espinosa Point, a narrow stretch of land where hundreds of marine iguanas gather largely on black lava rocks. View the lava flows and mangrove forests, or relax on the beach and snorkel in the water.
In the afternoon, journey to Tagus Cove, named after a British warship which anchored here in 1814. Take a zodiac and tour under the cliffs, or watch marine iguanas, Sally Lightfoot crabs and sea lions along the rocks.
Travel to Dragon Hill to view a hypersalinic lagoon behind the beach. This pool of water is saltier than the ocean and is frequented by flamingos, common stilts, pintail ducks and other species of birds.
In the afternoon, visit Baroness’ Observatory and Post Office Bay. Feel free to leave an addressed postcard in the barrel and take one for delivery if the address is close to where you live.
In the afternoon, sail for Santa Fe to view its Opuntia cactus forest. Snorkel in the picturesque turquoise lagoon and play with sea lions in the shallows.