7 Fun Facts to Know Before Your Comb Jelly Bioluminescence Tour 

Want to impress your friends and family on your bioluminescence tour with fun facts about the comb jellies? Ready to show off your knowledge to your tour guide? You’re in the right place! What exactly are comb jellies? Comb jellies (also called ctenophores) look similar to your average jellyfish, but they are a completely different …

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Haunted Bioluminescence Kayaking – Halloween Tour on the Space Coast

BK Adventure Bioluminescent Tours presents: Mystery of the Bio; a Halloween Spooktacular Tour! Florida locals and guests – Ready for this Halloween’s most unusual event?  Come kayak with us on the “otherworldly” waters of Florida’s own bioluminescent river as your guide tells you the legend of the mysterious glow and how it got there.  Don’t …

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7 Ways To Have An Eco-Friendly Kayaking Trip

Kayaking is already an environmentally conscious watersport. There isn’t any fuel being burned or gasses emitted and it’s entirely powered by the person riding it. But even if it’s already eco-friendly, there’s a lot you can do to reduce your environmental impact on a trip Avoid Polluting and Littering It might seem like a no-brainer …

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2023 Florida Dark Sky Bioluminescence Moon Calendar

A frequent question we get asked at BK Adventure is when is the best time to see bioluminescence? In fact, we actually see bioluminescence all year long. While in the summer time, we see bioluminescence produced by dinoflagellate organisms, in the winter, we see bioluminescence produced by comb jellies. Both provide a glowing affect that lights …

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Florida Bioluminescence Still Bright After Hurricane

Florida bioluminescence is still bright after Hurricane Ian. Here is what we know about how weather affects bioluminescence. Check this before your book your tour.

2023 Florida Bioluminescence Moon Calendar

Here are the Best Times to See Bioluminescence in Florida When Can I See Bioluminescence? Bioluminescence is a year-long phenomenon. In the summer months (June – September) and into Fall, we see a bioluminescence produced by a plankton called dinoflagellates. In the winter months, we see a bioluminescence produced by comb jellies. During certain months …

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