We started today’s expedition by visiting Seymour Island. We were surrounded by frigatebirds, swallow-tailed gulls, and various other seabirds. We got to see lots of baby sea lions just next to the trail. Some of them were so little that they could barely walk. Land iguanas and lava lizards were also stars of the day. All these animals posed for our pictures and gave us an amazing experience. During the afternoon, we snorkeled from Rabida Beach, where we had the chance to see various fish, sea lions, sharks, and rays.

After quick showers, we returned to the same place to see flamingos nesting in a brackish lagoon just next to the trail. This red sand beach was the perfect place to end our day with a sunset walk.

Photographers: Ixora Berdonces & Sven Lindblad