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North Seymour

North Seymour Island, Galápagos

The little island teeming with life

What you need to know about North Seymour Island, Galápagos

North Seymour is a small island off the coast of Baltra in the Galápagos. North Seymour was not formed as the result of a volcanic eruption, but by a seismic uplift of the sea bed, and is only 90ft above sea level at its highest point. It was originally named after an English aristocrat.

The whole island is renowned as teeming with life, with many iconic Galápagos species resident here including the largest nesting colony of Blue-Footed Boobies. The 1 mile long visitor trail across the island is one of the most popular for wildlife lovers and photographers to take. Other prominent species include land iguanas, marine iguanas, Galápagos sea lions, frigatebirds and pelicans - to name just a few!

Interesting facts about North Seymour Island

Land iguanas aren't native to North Seymour, they were introduced as part of a preservation program

North Seymour has an area of only 0.7sq miles

Marine iguanas on North Seymour have been seen eating land plants - highly unusual behaviour

There are no rats on North Seymour, but there is a risk they might cross the channel from Baltra

Pictures of North Seymour Island, Galápagos

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North Seymour

Highlights and Visitorpoints on North Seymour

Animals you might see on North Seymour

Our trips to North Seymour

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