Which Puerto Rico bio bay is best?

Mosquito Bay
The consensus among most people is that Mosquito Bay is the best bioluminescent bay in Puerto Rico and the world. Mosquito Bay is so stunning that it has the Guinness World Record for being the brightest bio bay in the world.

Where are the bioluminescent bay in Puerto Rico?

The bioluminescent bay at La Parguera, located in Lajas at the southwestern corner of Puerto Rico, is the only one where motorboats can come in and out. Some guided tours provide you with equipment so that you can dive in and swim after dark.

What is the best time to see bioluminescence in Puerto Rico?

While the bio bays have some bioluminescence year-round, the best time of the year to visit them is during the dry season, from December to mid-April. Heavy rainfall can cloud the water and make it harder to see the glow from the dinoflagellates.

Do you need a tour for Bio Bay?

Update 10/2020 las Cabezas is currently closed due to COVID – no tours. The bioluminescent lagoons in Puerto Rico are natural wonders that I think everyone who visits the island should see.

Is Bio Bay Safe?

There is not really any danger. The water in the bay is pretty shallow. The only danger is don’t drop your items in the water because when you go there to see the bioluminescent bay, it was dark 🙂 over a year ago.

How many bio bays are in Puerto Rico?

There are five bioluminescent bays in the world and three of them are in Puerto Rico. Mosquito Bay, Laguna Grande and La Parguera.

Where are bio bays?

There are five bioluminescent bays in the world: Luminous Lagoon in Jamaica, Halong Bay in Vietnam, and Puerto Rico’s Laguna Grande, La Parguera, and Mosquito Bay. Mosquito Bay is currently the brightest.

Can you swim in La Parguera without a tour?

The bioluminescent bay in La Parguera is the only bay in Puerto Rico where swimming is allowed and it adds to the true magical experience of the bay tour.

Can you swim in bioluminescence?

Things like bioluminescent algae that twinkle along the seascape can poison sea life from fish to sea turtles and can make humans very sick if they come into contact with it, so swimming is not advised.