Florida's Bioluminescence Season Is Here & You Can Take A Glowing Kayak Tour (PHOTOS)
Experience the magic.
Bioluminescence season is finally here, and you can witness this spectacular natural phenomenon while. Embark on a glowing kayak tour with BK Adventure this summer and experience the magic for yourself while you glide through glittering waves. This incredible trip will lead you on an utterly enchanting journey through neon blue waters.
Now that summer's here, it's time to get ready for the adventure of a lifetime in the Sunshine State. You can finally check off your top bucket list item: bioluminescence kayaking. It's a magical experience you'll never forget.
You can paddle into ain a few key places in the state. The Canaveral National Seashore and Titusville area is home to several spots with bioluminescent waters for you to enjoy.
BK Adventure offers bioluminescent tours all year, but the best time to go is between June and October. If they're all booked up this season, A Day Away Kayak Tours and Get Up And Go Kayaking offer similar glow excursions.
Bring your S/O for a romantic trip through a glittering lagoon under a. You two will feel like Ariel and Eric in as they kayaked to the tune of "Kiss the Girl."
Before you go, watch the video below to see what it's like to float through bioluminescent waters.
Between May and November, when you drag your paddle through the surf at Indian River Lagoon, the water will begin to glow with neon blue plankton called dinoflagellates. This natural phenomenon is one of the most captivating events in the state.
Ditch thethis month and go on a glowing kayak journey instead. You'll feel like you and your friends are on an epic quest in a fantasy novel as you navigate these luminous waves.
Address: 1987 Scrub Jay Way #32782, Titusville, FL
Why You Need To Go: This is something that you can't experience just anywhere, so rent a kayak and go with the glow this summer in Florida.
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