Located to the north of Baltra Island, where the main airport for the Galapagos Islands is located, North Seymour Island is named after the English nobleman Lord Hugh Seymour.
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Seymour is a small, uninhabited, flat volcanic island that is a desert, which hosts ubiquitous dry vegetation such as the famous Opuntia cactus. On this island, you can observe in particular, land iguanas, blue-footed boobies, and frigates, which swell their necks during their courtship displays thanks to their famous red pouches.
A small path of about 2 kilometres will allow you to visit the southern part of the island and thus admire the fauna around.