The dry season in the Galapagos is characterized by the presence of some species of deciduous trees, and that is what we found at first glance on our morning visit to North Seymour Island. As soon as we started to walk along the trail, we found many sea birds present on this island. We could see a number of male frigate birds showing their bright red inflated pouches, ready to find mates. We also observed blue-footed boobies hunting along the shoreline. This visit offered a spectacular opportunity for our guests to practice their photography skills, as these animals allow a close approach to them.

During lunch, we navigated towards Rabida Island. On this island, we could observe one of the few red beaches found in Galapagos. We disembarked to go for a snorkeling adventure, where guests could practice their skills in the water. We finished this visit with a natural history walk along the beautiful beach while the sun was setting, and offering a great light to take photos of sea lions and the outstanding landscape of this place.