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There is a port on each of those main populated islands and these are the schedules of the ferries
The boats that communicate the islands in the Galapagos are really small compared to other ferries that you might have used in the past. Same for the inter-island planes. As there is small capacity we recommend all our users to secure their spaces before their arrival to the islands.
Also, you can re-schedule your boat tickets with at least 48 hours time depending on space availability
Simply book the itinerary and schedule you need, pay online via paypal or credit card and we'll deliver you a e-ticket via email and confirm you in the list for the boat. Easy!
Also, boat trips can be re-scheduled before with 24 hours in advance so there is no real risk to buy a ticket a not use it
Sure, that's another option. You can buy your interisland tickets when you arrive to Galapagos on any of the agencies near the pier of each island. You will normally have to pay cash and you don't guarantee availability but you can save a few $.
There 3 options when preparing your to visit the islands:
You will visit the populated an some amazing places at the unpopulated islands. The price will probably be on the high even with the cheapest cruises... but you know what they say, it is once in a lifetime.
They will take care of everything for you, and that is precisely the best and the worst part of it.
The islands offer a wide range of possibilities if you combine the "free places of visit" at the populated islands with some guided-day-tours. You will have more freedom but need to do some homework to get your travel started
At Galapagos Transfers we cannot help you with the first or second options, but we have prepared a set of Galapagos Travel Guides for those of you who prefer the freedom and visit the islands on your own.
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