San Juan, Porto Rico

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clock-o5 horas (aproximadamente)
TransportOferece traslado do hotel
ticket-oIngresso digital
commentDisponível em: Inglês e mais 1

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Explore de caiaque as águas de Laguna Grande, a única lagoa bioluminescente do mundo, durante esta excursão de 5 horas saindo de San Juan. Sob o céu estrelado e o histórico farol de Fajardo que se agiganta sobre o local, contemple os organismos brilhando enquanto seu caiaque atravessa as águas. Reme por entre as árvores dos mangues e observe pequenos peixes passando pela água debaixo do seu barco como estrelas cadentes. Faça uma parada para uma pausa com lanches e bebidas antes de voltar para o seu ponto de partida. O uso de todos os equipamentos de caiaque e transporte de ida e volta do hotel estão incluídos.

  • Explore de caiaque as águas de Laguna Grande, a única lagoa bioluminescente do mundo
  • Observe os organismos brilhando enquanto seu caiaque atravessa as águas
  • Reme por entre as árvores dos mangues e observe pequenos peixes passando pela água debaixo do seu barco como estrelas cadentes
  • Faça uma parada para uma pausa com lanches e bebidas antes de voltar para o seu ponto de partida


Avaliações de viajantes da Viator

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, abr 2018

It was fun a fun trip and definitely worth doing. I preferred the early tour time so that we could kayak into the bay during daylight. Having seen the mangroves in one direction during daylight definitely made it easier to paddle our way back out of the bay in the pitch dark. It's easier if you have some kayak/canoe skills, but even an experienced kayaker will have a difficult time because other people on the tour who can't control their kayaks will be tipping over, blocking the channel, going off course, tipping you over, etc.
Our hotel pickup was great. The van was comfortable and we had good conversations with the other people on our tour. The amount of time the drive takes depends on whether you are the first or last person being picked up.
Because I am too heavy for the glass-bottom kayak, we had the regular kayaks. In fact, the entire group in our van had regular kayaks so I think that they separate out the two sets of people into two different tour groups. This was actually nicer this way because there wasn't any confusion about who gets into which kayak and nobody in the tour felt like they were getting a different experience.
At the kayak launch, the kayak introduction was very brief. In the bay our kayak guide was very informative. He showed us different constellations with a laser pointer while we waited for it to get dark and for our eyes to adjust.
The bioluminescent plankton is... different than I expected. The long-shutter photographs that you see make it look like big blue swirls. But in person it's really more like a lot of sparkles around your hands or paddles. Kind of like magic wand sparkles or pixie dust in cartoons. The bay is still recovering from the hurricane, and it's still very neat, it's just not like what you expect when you are preparing for the trip.
We put on bug spray and didn't get bitten except for one single mosquito bite on my ear. Although we did wear a long sleeve shirt, so that probably helped. but we had bare legs and those didn't get bitten.
Bring a towel because you will get wet from the waist down even if you don't tip over. The driver had towels for people to sit on, but it was nice to have our own towel in addition. The bathroom at the bay is only two stalls so don't plan on being able to change in the bathroom because there is a very long line. Everyone was better off not switching back into day clothes and just sitting on towels to dry off during the drive back to San Juan.
The snack that is provided is at the very end of the tour, and is just chips, so have a more substantial snack on your own before you leave on the tour and plan to have a late-evening dinner back in Jan Juan after the tour. You won't have enough time to eat from anyplace at the bay.

, jul 2017

Had a great time!! Our driver was great and fun. The tour itself was an awesome experience--need to work on my kayak skills! The tour guides were very knowledgeable and I would go again!

, jul 2017

The tour was very cool. From the driver that brought us to and from the event to the guides that took us out on the water and back. They were all funny and knowledgeable.
Well worth the money.

, jun 2017

The four tour guides were very informative and did the best they could with the size and inexperience of our group in pitch darkness navigating through the mangroves to the bay. They were upbeat even when we were second guessing our excursion! Paddling back against the current was difficult at times for most kayaks. We ended up having an adventurous time, and ALL laughed and complained about our experiences on the ride back!

, mai 2017

A serene kayak trip. Those that have kayak experience it was simple, those who didn't had difficulty steering straight, which would have them turned sideways which would cause pile usp. But as long as everyone is in good humor it is a good time. Crew of Peniel Access tour was great.

, mai 2017

This has to be one of the coolest experiences of my life. Our driver and tour guide Jeysika pick us up in a nice and clean black van. She explain the instructions and a clear orientation about everything while driving to the BioBay in Fajardo. When we arrive we sign a waiver and applied the bug repellent that was supply by Bespoke Tours, the tour company. After kayaking for about 30 mins against the current, you finally arrive to this large lagoon. It was a decent workout, especially if you have a partner like me who was too busy looking at the scenery rather than paddling

Inside the lagoon, I was put my hand in the water and was disappointed that it didn't do anything. Our kayak leader Michael got us into a group and started to explain the phenomena and why it glowed. During his little talk the sun was finally completely gone and he told us to dip our hand in the water, make a fist and then open it. It made a tiny spark.

As the sun went completely out, the glow got brighter and brighter. One of the coolest things was to just coast in the kayak and put your hand in the water letting it drag. The glows made it look like sparks were flying from my hand. By far, one of the coolest things I've ever seen. If you're ever in Puerto Rico, you have to try this experience. It's definitely mindblowing.

, mai 2017

This was an adventure of a lifetime. The bioluminescent bay is absolutely incredible and beautiful. The guides were fun and very helpful. Highly recommended!

, abr 2017

This was an amazing experience! Great guides, extremely helpful staff. It was a ton of fun, and we even snuck in some amateur astronomy.

, abr 2017

Super fun, guides were so nice and informative.

, mar 2017

Hard to navigate the channel as it is pitch black, a lot of low hanging branches to get hurt on. Other than that it was a interesting experience, I didn't get to go on a glass bottom boat because the guide said I looked too fat to go on it although their were some people there that looked bigger to me.

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