Transfer from the hotel at 5H50am to the Itabaca Canal dock to board the yacht that will take the tour which includes breakfast and lunch, and then the transfer back to the hotel. Bartolomé Island or also called the geology guide, is characterized by having the most colorful landscapes of the entire Archipelago, it is without a doubt the most photographed in all the Galapagos Islands. Upon arrival, there will be a walk that lasts approximately 30 - 40 minutes to reach the summit to appreciate the spectacular landscape of the two beautiful bays Santiago Island and North Seymour whose territory is perfect to observe the Galapagos Penguins swimming in tropical waters and observe the fascinating lava formations and volcanic cones. One of the attractions of this place is Pinnacle Rock known for its huge black lava formation that has eroded over time, as a result of a volcanic eruption; You can see a number of species such as sea turtles, dry cleaners, white tip reef, tropical fish and other unique marine species. Near Pinnacle Rock you can also see two beautiful crescent-shaped beaches. Before visiting this Island, keep in mind that you will have to make a dry landing from the boat or (rubber boats), this means that the boat will leave it on land. But when you want to visit Bartolomé beach, you will need to make a wet landing, that is, the boat will leave you near the shore and you will have to walk a little in the water until you reach the beach.
Transfer from the hotel at 8:00 am to the Itabaca Channel to board the yacht that will make the trip to the North Seymour Island, located near Baltra (island where you will arrive and leave Galapagos).
Upon arrival at North Seymour Island, you will make a dry landing, that is, you will reach the mainland.
It is characterized by being a spectacular place for hiking, swimming, snorkeling among other activities, during your visit you can admire the great variety of flora and fauna such as Palo Santo trees, cacti and salt bushes, as well as seagulls, earwigs , green sea turtles and the famous sharks of the archipelago, in addition to colonies of blue-footed boobies as they pass along the circular path of approximately 2km long, showy seagulls sitting on the edges of the cliffs and admire numerous frigate birds in their nests visible throughout the year. On the other side of the Island while the waves collide with the rocks, you can observe the naughty sea lions playing and surfing in the sea.