Description of North Seymour Island
North Seymour Island is a small island located about an hour by boat from Santa Cruz Island. This island is famous for its diverse wildlife and natural beauty. The island has an area of about 0.73 square mile and is covered by arid vegetation and a rocky plain. It is particularly known for its bird colonies, including frigate birds, blue-footed boobies and swallow-tailed gulls. You can see these birds up close as you walk the island's trails, which offer stunning views of the rocky coast. The island is also home to a variety of land reptiles, including Galapagos land iguanas, which roam freely on the island and can be seen up close. The crystal-clear waters around North Seymour are ideal for diving and snorkeling. You will be able to observe a variety of tropical fish, sea turtles, black tip sharks, and even schools of rays! North Seymour also offers beautiful views of the rocky coastline, sea and steep cliffs. You'll be able to take photos of the breathtaking scenery and enjoy a relaxing time in a stunning natural setting.