Mosquera, Galapagos


Mosquera is a small islet found between Baltra & North Seymour Islands, Mosquera is among the islands holding the largest population of sea lions, another main attribute to Mosquera would be its reef of rocks and coral, with its white sand beaches extending to over 600 meters of estimated length.  You can also observe several species of shorebirds. There have been occasional reports at this site of Orcas (Orcinus orca) feeding on sea lions.

More Information: Mosquera Island - Wikipedia

Fast Facts about Mosquera

Main Features: Reef of Rocks & Coral, Large Sea Lions Colony, Shore Birds
Interaction In Site: Dinghy Ride, Snorkeling, Hiking
Type of Landing: Wet Landing: Off a Dinghy ride in Beach shore
Fitness: Low


Galápagos Sea Lion

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*Visit point inclusion is subject to cruise programs and logistics. These are regulated by the galapagos national park.