Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Luminous Lagoon Night Cruise in Jamaica. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Great trip from Monetego Bay! Pick-up from the hotel was right on time with a friendly driver. Once there, we were given a small but tasty cup of rum punch. There is the option of changing facilities and restrooms there if needed. After a short boat ride, we were allowed to swim. Motion in the water makes this cool blue luminescence that was amazing to experience. Even fish swimming create the light with their motion. We did not have set limit on how long we had to swim, but there was a critical mass of people getting back in the boat after about 20 min so we got out as well. Overall, this tour was probably around a grand total of an hour. It was an amazing experience, but I would suggest doing this only from Montego Bay otherwise you'll spend much more time in the car than on the tour.
Amazing! We took our daughters ages 24, 21, and 18. They loved it. They said it was magical. My workaholic husband said it was worth the journey.
This was awesome! The guides know so much about the water and the area. Good luck catching anything on film without a top of the line camera, but they take some great pictures that you can buy!
Was a lot of fun but also a long ride from Ocho Rios - make sure to book during a new moon or when very little moon is showing.
This is short excursion, 30-45 min. Truly one of the coolest things I've experienced, I emphasize, get in the water if you try this, it's surreal. The water sparkles when disturbed and the " sparkles " cling to you for a moment. Highly recommend, must do!
Amazing! Once in a lifetime must! Beware, lagoon is shallow enough to stand in but bottom is made of silt and mud, feels slimy, but not a deal breaker. I recommend you doggy paddle combined with breast stroke. The pics with my disposable waterproof camera didn't work, so I'm glad I bought theirs!!!!
A must-see. There are only a handful of these sites on the planet (maybe 6). The one in Mexico just died, according to the news in late Nov. 2013 (probably from pollution from a nearby chemical plant).
Definitely a must do. Seeing the water sparkle and glow as you move through it fantastic. This was probably our favorite tour.