Getting Here & Around
Several regional airlines fly regularly between Caracas and and Cumaná, including Avior and Santa Bárbara. Avior also flies between Cumaná and Isla Margarita, and Santa Bárbara also connects Cumaná with Mérida. The flight takes about one hour and will cost about $250 (Bs.F537). Aeropuerto Antonio José de Sucre (CUM) in Cumaná is 4 km (2 mi) southeast of the city. You can rent a car from one of the many agencies that have desks at the airport.
Conferry shuttles passengers and cars between Cumaná and Punta de Piedras, 25 km (16 mi) west of Porlamar, Margarita. It also travels between Puerto La Cruz and Margarita. Gran Cacique travels between Margarita and Cumaná six times daily.
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