Travel Blogs from North Seymour Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

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See More, North Seymour, Ecuador travel blog

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A travel blog entry by rush

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... lizards for target practice to the brink of total annihilation. Some kind soul rescued 50 pairs and repatriated them to the safety of North Seymour where they could live on in peace. The last new addition to my Galapagos Stamp book was a pair of Ruddy ...

North Seymour Island, North Seymour Island, Ecuador travel blog

North Seymour Island

A travel blog entry by mikemel

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Galapagos - North Seymour Island, North Seymour Island, Ecuador travel blog

Galapagos - North Seymour Island

A travel blog entry by risint

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After an early breakfast we disembarked at our last stop, North Seymour Island. Here we saw frigatebirds, the blue-footed booby, and of course the many sea lions. Indeed, we saw a sea lion surfing the waves... quite a sight! The striking courtship display ...

North Seymour Y Santa Cruz, North Seymour, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador travel blog

North Seymour Y Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by chiara_ceci

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Il risveglio tra gli quali e le tartarughe che sguazzano nell'acqua attorno alla barca... La visita in questa piccola isola a nord di Baltra e Nata Cruz davvero interessante. Vediamo molte fregate e sule in nidificazione e con i piccoli. Il ...

North Seymour Island, North Seymour, Ecuador travel blog

North Seymour Island

A travel blog entry by lonechase

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North Seymour was one of the most interesting places we visited to view the ...

Day 5: June 24, 2007  Baquerizo Moreno to Seymour, Seymour North, Ecuador travel blog

Day 5: June 24, 2007 Baquerizo Moreno to Seymour

A travel blog entry by magellanic

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Day 5: June 24, 2007 Baquerizo Moreno to Santa Fe to Seymour North I got up at 6:30, dressed, and met Barbara for breakfast in the Comedor. I told her about the events of the previous evening. She was disappointed to have missed it but glad that we ...

Santa Cruz and North Seymour, Santa Cruz and North Seymour, Ecuador travel blog

Santa Cruz and North Seymour

A travel blog entry by elainevickers

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... very pretty and peaceful. Afterwards we went for another snorkel but nothing too exciting this time. After lunch we were on North Seymour. It was baking hot and again there were only dry bushes and cacti for vegetation. There were lots of iguanas ...

Swimming with the sharks again, North Seymour, Ecuador travel blog

Swimming with the sharks again

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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... , I had not and I was right by his side as we had just left the zodiac for our hour’s snorkelling along part of North Seymour Island coastline. Soon the white tip sharks came into view and they swam below us. More fish like the previous days but no ...

The Frigates with their big red pouch, North Seymour, Ecuador travel blog

The Frigates with their big red pouch

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

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The anchor was dropped here at North Seymour at 6.20 am but I was awake anyway after a 7 hour cruise from San Cristobal Island. Just before we boarded the zodiac for our 2 hour land walk, a white tipped shark circled the boat. A omen for what laid ahead. ...

Quito to Galapagos (& Santa Cruz to North Seymour), Quito, Guayaquil, Santa Cruz, North Seymour, Ecuador travel blog

Quito to Galapagos (& Santa Cruz to North Seymour)

A travel blog entry by gordym

... cruise to get to North Seymour island. After lunch, got onto the RIB's and headed for North Seymour landing. I have finally stepped onto one of the Galapagos Islands! All those years of hearing about them in school, and in uni, and seeing David ...

North Seymour Island, Galapagos, North Seymour, Ecuador travel blog

North Seymour Island, Galapagos

A travel blog entry by dougherna

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Wake up call at 6:30am. Breakfast at 7am, depart on dinghy at 7:45am to the island of North Seymour. This island is famous for it's extensive colony of frigate birds. We see them everywhere perched on trees, sitting on rocks, flying in mid air. The male ...

Birds, Birds, Birds, North Seymour and Rabida, Galapagos Islands, Ecuador travel blog

Birds, Birds, Birds

A travel blog entry by storylady7

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... of our Galapagos adventure-- After breakfast (and stretching class for Sam) we again boarded the zodiacs for a "dry" landing on North Seymour Island. A dry landing is when the traveler is transferred from the zodiac to dry land-in this case large ...

A Starry Starry Sea, North Seymour Island, Galapagos, Ecuador travel blog

A Starry Starry Sea

A travel blog entry by burkley

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... a beer on the sky deck as we watched the sun set and the flock of frigate birds patrol over the ship. After sunset we all enjoyed another delicious dinner as we started to cruise the short distance around to the small islands of South and North Plaza. ...

Chillin' with a couple sea lions, North Seymour, Ecuador travel blog

Chillin' with a couple sea lions

A travel blog entry by sweetberrywine

... , we were off the boat by 6am, to see the island of North Seymore awake.  North Seymore is just North of Santa Cruz and Baltra islands, where we began this adventure, and hence is very close to the airport where our fellow travellers would be leaving ...

The Last Full Day, North Seymour & Baltra Island, Ecuador travel blog

The Last Full Day

A travel blog entry by plume

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Our last day in the Galapagos…can't believe how fast the trip has gone by. We headed to North Seymour for another shore walk to see land iguanas and male, mating Frigates.  This is the only time we’ll see the land iguanas and the only ...

Frigate Fantasic, North Seymour Island Galapagos, Ecuador travel blog

Frigate Fantasic

A travel blog entry by burkley

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For our final day in the Galapagos we visited two more islands; South Plaza and North Seymour. Starting on South Plaza, the home to the land iguana. We made a dry landing to be greeted by sea lions and swallow tail gull birds lining the ...

The Galapagos Islands, North Seymour Galapagos Islands, Ecuador travel blog

The Galapagos Islands

A travel blog entry by catndeano

... Magnificent Frigate. They're a little different to the Great Frigates as in they have purple instead of green on their backs. Once back on board we had breakfast on the move and when we finish that we'd arrived back at the start of our Galapagos cruise. ...

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