Junte-se a uma aventura noturna nas águas de Laguna Grande enquanto você visita a incrível baía bioluminescente durante esta excursão de 5 horas. Suba a bordo de um caiaque com fundo de vidro enquanto você rema pela densa floresta de mangue, seguindo para a área onde plânctons microscópicos chamados "Pyrodinium Bahamense" apresentam um show de luzes aquático surreal. Reme pelas águas desse belo local, observando como as trilhas de luz brilhante parecem mágica. Seu guia profissional também contará mais sobre esta frágil ecossistema e como os visitantes podem ajudar a protegê-lo para futuros visitantes. Sua aventura na baía bioluminescente também inclui transporte de ida e volta do hotel saindo de San Juan, taxas locais de entrada, equipamento de caiaque, lanches e garrafas de água.
Excursão noturna de caiaque para baía bioluminescente em Porto Rico
Reme pelas águas em um caiaque com fundo de vidro
Maravilhe-se com os brilhantes plânctons na água
Saiba mais sobre este frágil e ecossistema único com o guia
Embarque e desembarque no hotel (na área de San Juan)
If you have never been kayaking before it is a good first experience. However, the Bio luminescent part was definitely overrated and nothing like the advertisements. Also our guides were a little pushy and sarcastic.
We had a blast- the tour guides were super knowledgeable and fun, and the tour was adventurous and scenic through the mangroves, and the teeny little bioluminescent babies were magical- I would definitely do this again!
The only issue we had was that in general, several tour groups use the same river/entry-way, and on our way back, against current, in pitch black, there were several other tours heading out opposite direction, they were cruising with the current and slamming into our returning tour group as they weren't very well organized. It created a bit of chaos, but I am not sure there's any way for Glass Bottom to avoid this, as many companies/groups offer tours here. Just a heads up to people so they aren't surprised by this.
The guides were nice and funny. However, the company assigns the time you go. The 6 p.m. tour starts while it is still daylight, but you're told that it will be dark on the lagoon. It's not. So, they group your kayaks and put you under a tarp to see the bioluminescence. Then, you're rushed back through the mangrove so they can get to their 8 p.m. tour. Not at all worth the or time investment.
Mixed feelings on this one. On one hand, it's a unique experience, you'll be paddling a kayak in total darkness and I mean it, you cannot see your hand. The pictures are deceiving, it's not daylight, it's nightime - and for most of the time you'll be under thick mangrove canopy, where zero light comes in. After 20 minutes when finally come out of the mangroves you'll be amazed at how much difference the light from stars make! OK, the bioluminescent part... Nothing like what you've seen on movies or pictures. It's not water glowing when you disturb the water, it's more like 10 fireflies in the water, like sparkles, and that's it. I don't know, maybe it was the season and there weren't many of these microorganisms in the water, maybe it's pollution or whatever, but this was completely underwhelming. You'll say oh cool and that's it. No wows there. So go for the adventure, paddling in total, ultimate darkness for the most part, following a faint light ring from the boat at the front, and trying to avoid pileups with other kayaks which happens, but don't expect much from glowing waters at the end.
the bus ride was very crowded and the tour started an hour late. Very hard to navigate the kayaks in the dark, need a small LED light on each kayak so you can see to paddle. Tour was unorganized at the start, guides need better communication with people on tour while paddling. Only part of tour enjoyable was paddling in the bioluminescent bay. Would not recommend tour to people who have never done kayaking, beginners on tour totally disrupted the tour .