Most Exciting Place in Caribbean
Okay, This is Caribbean Adventure Series 4 and we are going to take you to the most exciting place in Caribbean. It is Bioluminescent Bay. So, if you are traveling to Caribbean then don’t forget to add this place into your bucket list.
This Caribbean Eco beauty is hidden into the Bioluminescent Bay of Vieques of Puerto Rico. So, what is special about this place? Any guesses?
What is so special about Bio-Luminescent Bay?
When you will arrive here. You will be experiencing most spectacular view of an amazing Blue-Green light in the Bay. This magical bioluminescent bay has even been officially declared the brightest recorded in the world by Guinness Book of World Records 2008.
Mystery Behind Bio-Luminescent Bay
So why does it glow this much? The mysterious blue-green light is created by micro-organisms which thrive in an environment uniquely suited to their needs. Take a trip into the bay on a balmy night is a magical experience.
There are around 720,000 single celled Bioluminescent Dinoflagellates per gallon of the water in this mysterious Bay. These Bioluminescents are half animal and half plant. It emits a flash of bright bluish light when agitated at night. Sometimes these creatures creates enough light that you can even read a book.
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The Idea behind opening this place is to create awareness in the tourists for the endangered Bioluminscent Bay.
Location of this Magical Bay
It is located into the Vieques of Puerto Rico. Vieques is an island–municipality of Puerto Rico in the northeastern Caribbean. Vieques is situtated about 13 km east of the Puerto Rican mainland, and measures about 34 km.
A kayak trip down a narrow mangrove river leads to Vieques’ Bahia Fosforescente, or Biolumnescent Bay.
Some Tips before going to Bioluminescent Bay.
Are you looking for some romantic tips to make your vacation more adventurous? Illuminated Vieques a guided tour on a motorboat isn’t the way most romantic evenings begin, but once you slip your body into Bioluminscent Bay, a bioluminescent lagoon off the island of Vieques, you’ll have forgotten the exhaust fumes. Millions of bright stars light up with a stunning blue-white glow, and scatter with every splash you make, even Steven Spielberg couldn’t ask for better special effects.
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Keep an eye on moonless night. On a moonless night, a swim in the biolumanescent bay of Vieques is truly a magical experience as ripples and waves of light stream from your paddling arms and wiggling fingers.