Travel Reports » North Seymour Island (Galapagos Islands)

The Galapagos Islands North Seymour is one of the smaller islands of the Galapagos archipelago. The island that is only approximately two square kilometres in size is located 1,5 kilometres at the north of the island Baltra and is separated from it by the Canal del Norte. It is named after an English nobleman Lord Hugh Seymour (1759 – 1801). No inhabitants live on the island. But on a round trip of about 1.4 kilometres you can observe frigate birds, blue-footed boobies, land iguanas and sea lions.

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North Seymour Island – Day Trip from Santa Cruz (Galapagos Islands)

Categories: Travel reports, South America, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands

Today we were picked up by a tour bus in front of our hotel at 7 a.m. The destination of our excursion was the island of North Seymour, which is located north of Santa Cruz. Day 53 of our trip around the world The island of North Seymour We had a total of 16 people in our group. Our journey took us from Puerto Ayora to the north of the island, to the Itabaca Channel. At the harbour we went …

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