North Seymour is located north from Baltra island (South Seymour). The whole island is covered with dense and low vegetation and it was formed by a marine uprise of lava.
This is known because of its flat surface, marine fossils found and lava pillow. North Seymour island is known for being one of the greatest areas of reproduction for blue-footed boobies and for the biggest colony of real frigates. We will see marine and land iguanas. During the walk, tourists will be able to observe the following: a big colony of pelicans, the wonderful frigates with their huge red pouches hanging from their necks, marine iguanas who share their space with the playful fur seals (also known as two-haired lions), blue-footed boobies nests where couples perform their mating dance, majestic land iguanas, Galápagos seagulls, lava lizards and Galápagos snakes.