Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico…I loved this place, it was so cool and yes the water does glow when you touch it.

Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico…

Australia's Amazing Bioluminescent Lake (Also Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico). An unusually high concentration of Noctiluca scintillans, a bioluminescent microorganism, turned the water a bright, glowing, ethereal blue.

Biobay, Vieques, Puerto Rico. Hidden along the Caribbean coast is one of the most spectacular Bioluminescent Bays in the world. The mysterious blue-green light is created by micro-organisms which thrive in an environment uniquely suited to their needs.

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Natural Phenomenon Bioluminescent Bay at La Parguera on Vieques Island in Puerto Rico

Natural Phenomenon Bioluminescent Bay at La Parguera on Vieques Island in Puerto Rico. Also called Mosquito Bay

Bioluminescent waters. I am aiming for Vieques Island, Puerto Rico for the honeymoon. It has the brightest bioluminescent bay in the  world.

I am aiming for Vieques Island, Puerto Rico for the honeymoon. It has the brightest bioluminescent bay in the world. this was the very last and best thing we did in Puerto Rico!

Walk Along Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico

Walk Along Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico

Bioluminescent Bay! Puerto Rico is one of the easiest places to get to from the United States. Click through to see what you can't miss while visiting the island!

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Puerto Rico is one of the easiest places to get to from the United States. Click through to see what you can't miss while visiting the island!

Bioluminescent Bay, Puerto Rico.  Known as Bio Bay, this swim spot is perhaps the brightest kind. In the dark, any movement in the water leaves behind a neon blue trail

Bio-luminescent bays in Puerto Rico. Movement in the water causes a certain type of bio-luminescent bacteria to glow blue. This was the most beautiful thing I have ever seen in real life.

There are several bioluminescent bays to visit in Puerto Rico, but Mosquito Bay, on the small island of Vieques, is your brightest choice (it even earned a nod in the Guinness Book of World Records). Bioluminescent plankton in the water light up when they’re disturbed, giving the bay an ethereal glow that intensifies around passing boats and swimmers.

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Mosquito Bay, on the small island of Vieques, is your brightest choice. Bioluminescent plankton in the water light up when they’re disturbed, giving the bay an ethereal glow that intensifies around passing boats and swimmers.

..in the "Bio Bay" in Vieques, Puerto Rico. The water literally lights up upon movement because of bioluminescence caused by the presence of single-celled organisms called Pyrodinium Bahamense. Nature is phenomenal.

in the "Bio Bay" in Vieques, Puerto Rico. The water literally lights up upon movement because of bioluminescence caused by the presence of single-celled organisms called Pyrodinium Bahamense. Nature is phenomenal.

You can't come to Puerto Rico and not see Bioluminescent Bay, one of the coolest spots on the island, if not on Earth. Sign up for their Glowing Bay Adventure, which leaves every night at 6:30 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. for $45 per person. You'll embark on a two-hour paddle through a natural mangrove tunnel, following each other through almost-total darkness (kayaks have a glowstick attached to the back so you can stay in a single-file line) to Bioluminescent Bay. Near the end of the mangove tunnel…

Kayak Biobay – Vieques, Puerto Rico - 10 Lesser Known Travels To Be Explored For The Curious Couple ♥

Vieques, Puerto Rico: This bay glows blue at night because of bio-luminescent microorganisms. I want to see this before I die.

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Lighten up in one of the world’s brightest bioluminescent bays - Vieques, Puerto Rico - Coastal Living

Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico is the kind of phenomenon that could freak out any first-time visitor: When they swim in the bay, a trail of blue light follows swimmers wherever they go. It’s not magic, but the abundance of single-cell organisms (as many as 720,000 per gallon of water) that give off this glowing color when they’re agitated.

Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico! The abundance of single-cell organisms (as many as per gallon of water) give off this glowing color when they’re agitated.

bioluminescent bays, Puerto Rico. This looks incredible!

It is a beautiful picture, but it is too bad about the poor jellyfish. I think these are called blue firefly jellyfish. I wonder if it is normal for so many to wash ashore at once.

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