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Conocarpus, Puerto Villamil, Isabela island -Galapagos, Ecuador

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How to get to Isabela?

Your adventure to Galapagos begins in the cities of Quito or Guayaquil, in Ecuador. From these cities, LATAM, Tame, and Avianca airlines offer regular flights to Seymour Airport (GPS) in Baltra island and Puerto Baquerizo Moreno (SCY), in San Cristóbal island.

Make sure your flight from Quito or Guayaquil arrives in Baltra. It is Galapagos’s main airport, and the starting point towards La Casa de Marita. Whether you choose to come to Isabela by plane or boat, both experiences have charms of their own. Please write us at info@galapagosisabela.com to let us know your arrival details by plane or boat. We’ll pick you up and bring you to La Casa de Marita from Isabela’s airport or nearby port.

Isabela by air

Flying into Isabela is quick, and offers a fantastic birds-eye view of the Galapagos.

Emetebe is a local airline that flies small planes in Galapagos. To book a flight to Isabela, head towards their offices in Seymour Airport. Their flights leave from Baltra itself, and the trip to Isabela takes approximately 25 minutes.

To get in touch with Emetebe, please write them at ventaisabela@emetebe.com or visit www.emetebe.com.ec/en

Isabela by sea

To come to Isabela by boat, you’ll need to take a speedboat or “fibra” out of Puerto Ayora in the neighboring Santa Cruz island.

Take a bus from Seymour Airport to the ferries that cross the small Itabaca Channel into Santa Cruz. The trip continues by bus through the island’s natural reserve until you reach the town port.

Coming to Isabela’s Puerto Villamil by “fibra” or speedboat lasts an approximate of 3 hours. You’ll pass by islands, rock formations, and ocean wildlife over the Galapagos’ clear blue sea.

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