Visit Seymour Island here we will make a walk (50 mnt to 1H) to observe the Red-breasted Frigates nesting, Blue-footed Boobies nesting and the majestic land Iguanas in their natural state.
North Seymour is one of the most important islands to visit in the northern part of the islands as this island has large colony of boobies and frigates that nest throughout the year.
Group type: Not private (shared)
Max travelers per product: 15
* ASK FOR AVAILABILITY BEFORE BOOKING
* Not wheelchair accessible
* Children must be accompanied by an adult
* This is travel by boat, please plan accordingly (i.e motion sickness medication)
* Wet suits is not included you must rent by yourself if you decide
Level of difficulty:
* Most travelers can participate
Guides and languages in person:
* English, Spanish
Policy type: All sales final
Travelers will not receive any refund regardless of cancellation status.
This experience is non-refundable and cannot be changed for any reason. If you cancel or ask for an amendment, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
* This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund.
We will pick you up at the lobby of the hotel in order to take you to the Itabaca Channel
You will pick up from your hotel and then we will go to the Itabaca channel located 35 minutes by bus.
There we will board the yacht that will be waiting for us, then we will sail to the North Seymour Island (45 Mnt) of navigation.
Visit Seymour Island here we will make a walk of (50 minutes to
1H) to observe the Red-breasted Frigates nesting, Boobies of
Blue-legged nesting and majestic land Iguanas in their natural state.
Lunch on the yacht
In the afternoon we disembark at Playa Bachas, a small beach to snorkel and relax on the beach, here we can swim with sea lions and sea turtles, which in the nesting season (Nov to Feb) we can observe them on the beach.
We take a walk to a small lagoon where we can see flamingos and some endemic birds of the islands.