As our expedition continues aboard National Geographic Islander II, we visited North Seymour Island this morning. This island is the perfect place to see many different animals, including sea lions, land iguanas, and land and seabirds.
In the afternoon, we changed location to Rabida. This island has a red coloration because the sand is rich in iron. When the mineral encounters seawater, rain, and wind, it starts to oxidize and create the red coloration. Our guests enjoyed different water activities, like snorkeling, kayaking, and paddleboarding.