North Seymour is a fantastic little island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, deep in the Galapagos Archipelago. Its abundant wildlife makes it a great place for photographing, not only sea lions, but nesting colonies of sea birds such as blue-footed boobies and frigatebirds. It is also a great place to observe yellow land iguanas and other birds.

Rabida Island, on the other hand, is a unique landscape due to its red sand beach and its lagoon with flamingoes. We enjoyed a relaxing stroll along the beach after our first snorkeling outing of this expedition.