Bioluminescence season is here in The Sunshine State! If you’ve never had the chance to experience this incredible natural wonder, there’s no time like the present. Florida Adventurer's cheap bioluminescent kayak tour will take you on the most magical trip along Florida's east coast that you won't want to miss.
June to September is peak bioluminescence season, as glowing plankton illuminates the ocean's waters at night when gently stirred.
They have several tours to pick from, including bioluminescent tours with comb-jellies, clear kayaks, and one that starts at sunset. The limited-time $38 tour starts at 11 p.m. and lasts for about 60 minutes, with kayaks, paddles, and floatation vests provided.
No two tours with Florida Adventurer are the same, and the experienced guides are sure to make it an experience to remember.
You’ll have the perfect vantage point from atop your kayak to take it all in.
The dinoflagellate plankton is hard to capture with basic equipment, but you can always try if you want to bring along your phone or camera in a protective water housing.
On nights when the moon is full, it may be harder to see the blue glow, so you may want to check the moon phases before scheduling your adventure.
According to Florida Adventurer's FAQs, due to a limited number of vessels, the company uses tandem kayaks to get the most people out on the water as possible to experience this phenomenon.
Sounds like this tour might be the perfect excuse to grab your boo for a romantic night atop the ocean glow.
Whether you go it alone or bring your S.O., you can experience Florida’s magical side on a bioluminescent kayaking tour with Florida Adventurer.
60-Minute Bioluminescent Tour
When: 11 p.m. through the summer months
Address: 951 Kiwanis Island Park Rd., Merritt Island, FL
Why You Need To Go: Experience the incredible natural wonder of bioluminescence on Florida's coast with this cheap kayak tour!
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