- 1 How do I get to Isabela Island?
- 2 How long is the boat ride from Santa Cruz to San Cristobal?
- 3 How do I get from Isabela Island to Puerto Ayora?
- 4 How do I get from San Cristobal to Isabela?
- 5 Where is Floreana?
- 6 Is San Cristobal better than Santa Cruz?
- 7 How long is the boat ride from Ecuador to Galapagos?
- 8 Can you take a ferry from Ecuador to Galapagos?
- 9 What airlines fly to Galapagos Islands?
- 10 How do you get to Galapagos?
- 11 How do I get from Puerto Ayora to the airport?
- 12 Can you fly between Galapagos Islands?
How do I get to Isabela Island?
If traveling by ferry, you will have to take a morning ferry from San Cristobal to Santa Cruz, then an afternoon ferry from Santa Cruz to Isabela. If flying on Emetebe, you will probably also have to stop over on Baltra Island. It can take a full day of your schedule to travel between these two islands.
How long is the boat ride from Santa Cruz to San Cristobal?
There’s a ferry that leaves for Santa Cruz from San Cristóbal twice a day — choose from a 7 AM or 3 PM departure. This journey will take around 2 to 2.5 hours, depending on the weather.
How do I get from Isabela Island to Puerto Ayora?
The quickest way to get from Isabela Island to Puerto Ayora is to ferry which costs $33 and takes 2h 30m. Is there a direct ferry between Isabela Island and Puerto Ayora? Yes, there is a direct ferry departing from Isabela Island and arriving at Santa Cruz Island. Services depart twice daily, and operate every day.
How do I get from San Cristobal to Isabela?
There is no direct connection from Isabela Island to San Cristóbal Island. However, you can take the ferry to Puerto Ayora then take the ferry to San Cristobal. Alternatively, you can take a ferry from Puerto Villamil to Puerto Baquerizo Moreno via Santa Cruz Island in around 6h.
Where is Floreana?
Floreana Island, Galapagos Floreana, officially “Santa Maria,” is located at the far south of the archipelago. The island is associated with a strange and curious history of its inhabitants. Snorkeling around this area is one of the best in the Galapagos.
Is San Cristobal better than Santa Cruz?
If you want more restaurants, night life, tourist shopping, cheap last minute cruises and hotel options, stay at Santa Cruz. If you prefer a more laid back township vibe stay at San Cristobal. You’ll love it either way.
How long is the boat ride from Ecuador to Galapagos?
Getting there By Boat It takes 3 or more days by sea to reach the Islands. The boat sailing to the Islands from mainland Ecuador usually lacks the comforts found on cruise ships and touring yachts, most likely it is a cargo boat.
Can you take a ferry from Ecuador to Galapagos?
We are sometimes asked if there is a ferry to Galapagos from Ecuador. Although it is possible to find boats that will take you to the islands, there are no official ferries, and we can’t recommend this option for the following reasons. 1. You will spend three and a half days to get there, taking up valuable time.
What airlines fly to Galapagos Islands?
Airlines that fly to the Galapagos Islands At the time of writing, there are three airlines flying to Galapagos, TAME the Ecuadorean airline (www.tame.com.ec), LAN the Chilean airline (www.latam.com) and Avianca the Colombian airline (www.avianca.com).
How do you get to Galapagos?
Your best bet for getting to the Galapagos is to fly into Baltra Island before taking a bus and ferry ride to Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island, the most popular tourist hub. Another option is to fly into the capital of Puerto Baquerizo Moreno on San Cristobal Island, but most cruises start in Santa Cruz.
How do I get from Puerto Ayora to the airport?
If you are taking an independent transfer you need to board the airline bus ($5 per passenger) that heads for the Itabaca Canal that separates Baltra Airport from Santa Cruz (NOT the service for Baltra dock).
Can you fly between Galapagos Islands?
There are no direct flights to Galapagos. Whether you’re traveling from the United States, Europe or anywhere else, you should book an international flight to Guayaquil or Quito, the capital of Ecuador.