The 2 hour tour was just over a hour. Kayaked to the bay then huddled up for a quick 10 minute info session then rushed back out. Kayaking thru the mangroves in the dark is " pure adventure " and very fun we spent no...More
Arrive 20 minutes before your scheduled tour time to receive a safety and kayak 101 briefing and learn about the itinerary for the day.
Start your journey kayaking through the mangrove forests on your way towards the lagoon. This should be a 20-30 minute journey, depending on the tides and skill levels of your group. Once at the lagoon, your marine biologist tour guide will explain everything about the bioluminescent phenomena that happens in this lagoon and surrounding areas.
After this informative talk, enjoy a brief kayak around the lagoon at your leisure before heading back to the starting point with your group.
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I am usually really good with directions and had the directions sent to me printed out but know that the location of this is in a gated lot on the left before you reach the park. We drove around, parked, and even asked some guys...More
Went on the bio bay tour, and while the conditions were not ideal (low tide), we did get to see a little bit of the luminescence. Our guide, Javier, was amazing, pointing out different plants, animals and even stars and planets. You can tell he...More
My husband and I were in Puerto Rico for service work and wanted something to do in the evening. This was the perfect excursion. Javier, Gardi and Catina were great- fun and knowledgeable. We were super lucky to go out on an evening when the...More
Thank you goetzwendy for your review and for joining us! We are very happy to share this beauty with you and your husband. Thanks for supporting our Island, Yolanda Ramos Marine Biologist-Owner PURE ADVENTURE
My boyfriend and I had a great time on this kayak tour. Unfortunately, there was no luminescence, but we anticipated this and booked the earlier 6:30 PM tour so that it was still light enough to see other parts of the environment. The guides were...More