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You can Kayak or take the tour to the Lighthouse and then go the Bay and see the bio-luminescent. You will walk to a pier where you can play with the water and it will light up your smile. It is like playing with stars!...More
There are many tours available, but we went with Peniel tours. They were fantastic, and the bay itself is a must-see! It looks like stars or diamonds twinkling in the water every time you splash, millions of them! Go on a dark, cloudy, or moonless...More
If you are wanting to see the bio luminescent then I do not recommend this trip at all.
This was my second trip....I should have learned from the first trip I did in 2015.....same results. In general the trip is very informative and the guides...More
Our family of 5 really enjoyed our trip this past Monday night. We used Pure Adventure Tours; guides Xavier and Javier were great. We apparently lucked out and were treated to fabulous luminescence when we reached the bay. Paddling is fairly easy, we did get...More
If you Google bioluminescent bay,please know that all of those pictures are lies. There is only light with movement, and I would say it's barely noticeable if you weren't looking. A firefly is 100x brighter. It was fun to kayak and go out. But would...More
This is a great trip, the company we went with charged us a very good price based on what I saw from other companies. It is very dark but the guides we had did a wonderful job. The night sky you see once you are...More
Our guide explained that the current bioluminescent display is diminished compared to what it has been in the past because of the “sargassum seaweed assault” on many of the Caribbean beaches - and not as much from effects from Hurricane Maria.
Our tour group even...More