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Travelers get a 10 minutes guided boat ride out into the lagoon where they will take a swim and see the water glow around them with every movement. After spending approximately 45 minutes out in the lagoon they head back to see the fire limbo show and are treated to Jamaican treats, rum punch and fruit punch.
Watching the lagoon light up was definitely a sight to see. I was skeptical about getting in the water but our guide Shane was so amazing. He stayed with me the entire time and talked about why the lagoon glows at night. He made the...More
DO NOT DO NOT go on this tour... it is a waste of time and money. If I could give them less than one star I would. They take you about 10 to 20 feet from shore and it is pitch dark. Was unable to...More
We loved the actual lagoon. That being said the rest was a disaster. It is not an island routes tour. Aside from the driver picking us up and dropping us back at the hotel island routes has nothing to do with this. We arrived at...More
Do it!! That’s all you need to know.
One of 3 places in the world to see this natural phenomenon. Once you are in the water, you are just mesmerised by the little blue lights all over you.
There is a photographer on board, photos...More
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There were a pile of kids on our boat. I will say if they are not comfortable with swiming of nervous about going in in the dark wait until others have gone in and/or get them a lifejacket. Our boat had a mass confusion... More
There were a pile of kids on our boat. I will say if they are not comfortable with swiming of nervous about going in in the dark wait until others have gone in and/or get them a lifejacket. Our boat had a mass confusion with kids going in and getting nervouis and coming back out the single ladder while people were trying to enter the water. some stood waiting for them to find a lifejacket on the ladder blocking others. while it is kid friendly keep an eye on things.