Touch the water to see it light up. It's a peaceful place to swim at night with the stars above and luminescent water.
About Laguna de Manialtepec
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I can only comment on this natural wonder for its night time wonders. We took an evening boat excursion with Pascon Travel to enjoy this huge body of water at night. The night sky was brilliant ( living in Toronto, I had not really seen...More
I was lucky enough to visit during a bioluminescent phase when there was no moon—perfect conditions for a glowing night swim. We took a boat out into the depths of the pitch-black lagoon and then jumped overboard into darkness. The bioluminescence was thrilling, but be...More
We went on a lagoon tour with Javier Santos who is very knowledgeable and friendly. We also enjoyed lunch prepared by his parents on the beach at Puerto Suelo. What a nice day!
Drove up from Puerto to see the lagoon and stopped for a bite at the restaurant. Don't know the name of the dish we had but it was excellent. It was 3 pastry shells fillled with shrimp and cheese with a small bowl of not-to-hot...More
Brill one/two day trip. fresh fish, crocs, beautiful scenery and getting together with the locals. watch the undertow in the sea and the crabs under rocks in the lagoon. Chill for the day in real beautiful mexico. Dont forget to stop off in the village...More
it's a beautiful, peaceful place. You'll find mangrove forests there, plenty of birds and foremost - luminescent, glowing in the dark plankton. The plankton is clearly visible only in good conditions so make sure you ask about it before you book the trip. Try avoiding...More
Unbelievable. Excellent. Knowledgeable tour guide and sharp eyed boat driver make sure you see every creature along the way. If the light is the wrong way the boat is moved. Mr Malone is a long time winter resident and has a keen historical perspective of...More
I had such a great time at the lagoon--don't miss it to see wild life on the boat trip. Swimming in water that shines like neon when you 'dive in - its just amasing!
This enormous lagoon, 20 minutes from Puerto Escondido, is surrounded by mangrove forest, and separated from the ocean by a narrow sand bar which opens the lagoon to the sea during rainy season, providing a unique environment for an amazing variety of plant and animal...More