The Laguna Grande and Bioluminescent Bay, located in Fajardo, are best appreciated on a moonless night so that the microorganisms living in natural bioluminescence water irradiate. Several ecotourism tour operators offer kayak trips. It will be an amazing experience!
July 12, 2020
One of the three bio-bays in Puerto Rico. The narrow and long canal that leads to the dazzling, glow-in-the-dark waters make this a lagoon, technically, rather than a bay. You can kayak or cruise in a small boat and experience a surreal moment when the agitation of the water makes it light up thanks…
January 3, 2020
One of the main attractions at Las Cabezas de San Juan Nature Reserve is Laguna Grande, one of the three bio-bays in Puerto Rico. The narrow and long canal that leads to the dazzling, glow-in-the-dark waters make this a lagoon, technically, rather than a bay. You can kayak or cruise in a small boat…
October 9, 2020
Laguna Grande, or “The Bio Bay”, is a must see for anyone in Puerto Rico. Touted by most as an “indescribable” experience, let the magic of the bioluminescence sparkle and dance in the water beneath you. Fish will glow and anything that contacts the water will leave a florescent trail of…
Paul & Carmen
July 10, 2017
Bio-luminescent bay. Pre-Arrange a tour with the operator of your choice.
“El Centro de todo ! "Plaza", as it is known to many Puerto Ricans, was the first indoor mall built in Puerto Rico. It is the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean and the second largest in Latin America ! Beautiful stores and big food court ! Enjoy !”
“El Yunque is the only rainy tropical forest that is part of the National Forest system. There are hiking trails, observation towers, waterfalls, water holes and birds. There is no fee to visit on your own; tour operators charge a fee for a guided tour. The visitor center over the trees is optional and $4 to enter”