Cruises from Isla North Seymour
Uninhabited North Seymour Island is a tiny low island off the northern tip of Baltra Island in the Galápagos Islands, Ecuador. They are a remote archipelago of equatorial volcanic islands situated in the eastern Pacific Ocean, about 955 km west of mainland Ecuador, of which they are a province. The islands form a national park, and a biological marine reserve, where wildlife is the most notable feature. North Seymour is barely 2 km across and 30 m high.
The whole of the island is covered with low, bushy vegetation including cacti, and birdlife. The rocky shores are home to sea iguanas, sea lions, pelicans and gulls.