North Seymour Island - A Must See In The Galapagos Islands - The Viking Abroad
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North Seymour Island – A Must See In The Galapagos Islands

01 May North Seymour Island – A Must See In The Galapagos Islands

North Seymour Island - A Must See In The Galapagos Islands

There are many islands in the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador. North Seymour is one of the best you can visit. In this post, I will show you why.

North Seymour Island has a large population of blue-footed boobies, frigate birds, sea lions and Land Iguanas. If you are lucky you might see Nasca birds as well. North Seymour is heaven for bird lovers but is also a great place for snorkelling.

It is a small island that is close to Puerto Ayora. The island has a visitor trail of only 2 kilometres, but it is so much you can see on the trail. North Seymour doesn’t have a volcanic origin, but seismic uplift. It is a flat and dry island. And you will really feel the heat while walking there. You can only visit the island with a naturalist guide and you can not sleep or stay there.

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