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How do I travel around the islands?

Most tourists to Galapagos travel on a cruise, and all are required to be accompanied by a guide at the designated visitor sites.

Cruises vary in length from day trips to several weeks, and itineraries depend on the boat you wish to travel on. The number of passengers on each boat also varies, but will range from as few as ten through to as many as one hundred. There are companies listed on our website at tour operators that will be able to assist you with your travel arrangements. It is also possible to stay on one of the populated islands, at a hotel or guesthouse. If you are not joining a cruise at Baltra then you must travel by bus and ferry to Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz.

The visitor sites of the National Park that have been established for public use are clearly marked and found on almost all of the main islands of the archipelago. There are 54 land sites to visit and 62 marine sites.

Are there banks in the Galapagos Islands?

There is a bank in Puerto Ayora (Santa Cruz Island) and Puerto Baquerizo (San Cristobal Island) that have ATMs. The Banco del Pacifico is open Monday to Friday 08h00 to 15h30, Saturday's 09h30 to 12h30 on both islands.

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