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Luminous Lagoon Night Cruise in Jamaica

  • Cruise around Jamaica’s Luminous Lagoon at night with a guide
  • See more of the island in less time—easily fit this tour into your schedule
  • Choose from multiple departure locations to suit your needs
Luminous Lagoon Night Cruise in Jamaica
From US$59.00
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Negril Departure
Tour departs from most Negril hotels at 5pm.
From US$75.00
Ocho Rios Departure
Tour departs from most Ocho Rios hotels at 5:45pm.
From US$65.00
Montego Bay Departure
Tour departs from most Montego Bay hotels at 6:30pm.
From US$59.00
Experience one of the world’s natural phenomena on this night cruise of Jamaica’s Luminous Lagoon—a great choice for nature lovers and first-time visitors. Board a small boat for a moonlight cruise of the bioluminescent lagoon and learn about the millions of harmless microorganisms that cause its iridescent blue-green glow. The tour includes just enough time for a swim in the lagoon’s warm, shallow waters.
What to Expect
Start your tour with pickup at your hotel in Negril, Ocho Rios, or Montego Bay and an evening ride to Trelawny Parish on Jamaica’s north coast.

On arrival in Trelawny, take a boat ride on the Luminous Lagoon, a bioluminescent lagoon that’s home to millions of harmless microorganisms. One of just a handful of bioluminescent lagoons in the world, Jamaica’s Luminous Lagoon is said to be the largest and most brilliant.

Cruise to the center of the lagoon and sip on a rum punch, as your guide explains why these microorganisms, called dinoflagellates, thrive in the lagoon’s warm, shallow waters. See how they give off an eerie blue-green light when the water is disturbed and then jump into the lagoon and swim around in its iridescent glow.

After you experience all the magic of this natural wonder, hop back in the coach and end your tour with hotel drop-off.
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Reviewed 2 days ago
Pretty darn cool!

6 of us on annual 'girl' trip - ages 36 to 50 - this was pretty awesome. We enjoyed because it was not 'all day' and since we were coming from a resort in Mobay it was a short and painless cab ride (which isn't...More

Thank MzRotn
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Short but sweet!

Enjoyed this excursion this past week. Shuttle was on time for both pick up, and drop off. Tour guide to boat (Porscha) was very knowledgeable about Jamaica and keep us entertained for the short 15 minute ride. Captain kept us entertained, ensured safety and pressured...More

Thank vacay32
Reviewed 9 May 2018
VERY cool!

We went on an evening that was on and off rainy. The tour person said it would be that much better so we went ahead. It was SOOOOO cool! The rain had just ended when we arrived. We had to wait for a boat to...More

3  Thank Jon L
Reviewed 9 May 2018
Bucket list!

One ticked on the bucket list. We was mortified to begin with because the rain did not let up, just like a heavy monsoon. Carabic tours reassured us the tour will go ahead. By the time we arrived it was drizzling and the air is...More

1  Thank David L
Reviewed 27 April 2018
Pretty cool !!!!

You only have to go once, I heard, one on the seven wonders, and very few places this happens.... However A little drive from Mo-Bay , well you get there and there is a little bar and they give you a free drink with your...More

6  Thank birdseye17
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Jessica M
26 April 2018|
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Response from birdseye17 | Reviewed this property |
5o people at least and they have many boats going .You can a range to have two boats go at the same time. Good question !