There are many different types of micro organisms that produce bioluminescence, from
microscopic cells, insects, warms, fish and even a few sharks. The Caribbean specialy the island of Puerto Rico is not the exception to bioluminescense, the way we showed to the world is by
bioluminescent bays. There are three Bioluminescent Bays in Puerto Rico that are active glowing all year round; La Parguera in Lajas, Mosquito Bay in Vieques and Llaguna Grande in Fajardo. When
you’re paddling in your two person kayak at night and the water gets agitated you can see a glowing light emission phenomenon created by a dinoflagellate, called Pyrodinium Bahamense. Join us in our
Night Kayak Tour with our interpretive tour guides, kayaking 1.5 miles one way thru the mystical mangrove channel of Laguna Grande in Las Cabezas de San Juan Reserve, Fajardo.