Bio Bay is Puerto Rico’s primary holiday-maker vacation destinations
Unmatched light is a common trivial reaction caused by small creatures that more often than not take action by giving off the bright light that they collected in the day time. Hence, the most suitable time for sitesighting of bio-luminescence follows a bright day. The best time frame to kayak through the glowing bio gulf and see its very unique luminous sea occurrence happens in the evening hours. However, there’re multple factors that play a role for the viewing conditions: especially bearing on full moon and severe nearbying light sources. Even though many may argue that a boat ride with a full moon is a wonderful experience, it is not really the most pleasing time to take your tour of the glowing bioluminescent cove. Try to plan in advanceÂ and review the moon calendar if possible. When moonshine is excessively bright, plan for another day. Also note, the a bioluminescent bay in Fajardo, Puerto Rico is closed on Sundays. But generally still to the following rule: the darker sky, the better viewing conditions are simply because the maximum neon light takes place being much more easy to see with minimum light pollution. Bioluminescent bay Puerto Rico is a distinctive and at the same time very vulnerable ecosystem.
El Yunque, aforetime known as known as Luquillo National Forest, is a one of a kind rain forest / jungleÂ situated in northeastern tip of the island. It actually is the only tropic rain forest in the United States. The rainforest is often called as El Yunque, especially by local population. Check the image below to the the beauty of it. It is literally filled with greenery, waterfalls, caves and trails!
My third favorit destination is Rincon. Surrounded by water on its 3 sides, Rincon was developed by nature to be one of the best tropical play ground in the Caribbean. The warm days and cool evenings in Rincon are filled with tropical sounds and music, surefers and pinacoladas. What else could be better for your next dream vacation.
It is a fantastic and secluded coastline town that has actually enabled time and the difficulties of the world to pass it by. Every spring this town attracts hundreds of surfers and visitors alike. Mostly younger people therefore it makes Rincon some sort of a party city. Pack your backpacks, rent a surfboard or simply enjoy the pristine beaches. You can find it all here. AndÂ If you have never been to Rincon, Puerto Rico, check out the photo below and be warned:Â you might never wish to leavem especially when you get there.
Getting to Rincon is easy: one hour drive from San Juan or a short trip from Aguadilla Airport conveniently located in the northwestern part of the island.
Hope you enjoyed my recommendations. For more information please feel free to use the following two websites: first called ‘Bio Bay Puerto Rico‘ and the second is Wikipedia article on El Yunque National Forest