* Angra -
> Abraão = Mon to Fri 3: 30PM - R$ 6 ,50. Sat/Sun/Holidays 1: 30PM - R$ 14 ( single) / R$25 (return). * Abraão -> Angra = Mon to Fri @ 10AM - R$ 6, 50. Sat/Sun/Holidays @ 10AM - R$ 14 ( single) / R$ 25 (return) * Mangaratiba -> Abraão = Mon-Fri 5:30PM - R$6, 35. Sat/Sun/Holidays 5:30PM - R$14(single)/R$25(return). * Abraão -> Mangaratiba = Mon-Fri(Fri also 10PM) 8AM - R$ 6,35. Sat/Sun/Holidays 8AM - R$14(single)/ R$25(return)
* If you are going to Rio the best way to leave the island is to take the 5: 30PM Barca to Mangaratiba and then catch the 7:25PM Costa Verde bus to Rio. You can buy the bus ticket at the Costa Verde booth at Ilha Grande or at the bus stop a few meters from the dock at Mangaratiba. It will be cheaper and faster than the so called Speed Connection. At the Novo Rio station just avoid the taxi booths, go to the second floor and go to the other side or the Rodoviaria, there will be taxis waiting at the other exit ( where they left you when you need to catch a bus) and they will charge you with the taximeter and not an overpriced flat rate as the taxis from the booth.
There is a '''ferry''' to [[Angra dos Reis]] every day at 10AM.
* Some boats have [[Mangaratiba]] routes at 10AM with a connection to Rio de Janeiro, but take care choose the Original Fast Connection, with legal vehicles, or-- you need take a minibus to the main route and then take a bus on the highway to Rio. It's better to go to [[Angra dos Reis]], take the '''Costa Verde''' bus, wait for the ferry at the pier, and go directly to the bus station in [[Rio de Janeiro]]. * A couple of agencies, for instance 'Fast Connnection ''Island Travel''' with an office right by the piers, offer "express connection" to Rio. You go by speedboat to the mainland and a van transports you to your hotel in Rio or directly to the airport. At R$ 75 this can be a good option and actually not much more expensive than paying for a ferry ticket + bus to Rio + taxi from the Rio bus terminal. However, the claims of getting to Rio in less than 2 hours should NOT be counted on. For instance, in case of bad weather the speed boat will not depart and you will be put on the regular ferry - the trip to Rio may then take ''six'' hours or even more. Don't risk missing your flight home. Also consider that the van will leave each passenger at their hotel so if you're last the trip might take longer that taking the ferry.