Mosquera Island

Just around 120 meters by 600 meters, the small sandy island of Isla Mosquera is located in the channel between Baltra Island and Seymour Island. Among the smaller islands of the Galapagos Archipelago and with no visible walking trails, exploration here is not easy, so most tourists stick to just strolling on the lovely beach with its amazing sea lion colonies.

Mosquera calm waters offer excellent snorkeling opportunities and a stroll down the beach offers views of the brown pelicans, boobies and colonies of sea lions that can be found here.

Landing: wet landing
Highlights: large population of sea lions
Conditions: beach is an open zone
Notes: Mosquera is a good site for viewing sally lightfoot crabs, lava gulls, coastal birds and scorpions.




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