Alelí Tours is located at La Parguera waterfront (Lajas, Puerto Rico), providing easy and convenient access to the water. We provide tours to the bioluminescent bay, snorkeling tours, kayak and paddleboard tours. Our specialized team provides scientific information on the visited ecosystems.
Environmental tour operators since 1987.
Bioluminescent Bay Powerboat Tour
Private bioluminescent bay tour with your companion or your friends. You can swim as long as you want. (6 passengers max.) $120.00 per trip. *Special notes below.
Come and enjoy our beautiful shallow reefs and cays. Take a closer look at the mangrove roots where you will enjoy and see the nesting environment of juvenile fish, crabs, anemones, sea grass, and many more species. Learn about the ecology of this unique ecosystem. All gear, drinks and snacks included. (6 passengers max., 2 passengers minimum $60.00 per person.) *Special notes below.
Bioluminescent Bay Kayak Tour
Paddle to the bioluminescent bay with the assistance of a small boat. All gear, drinks and snacks are included. $60.00 per person. *Special notes below.
Paddleboard or Kayak and Snorkeling Tour
This guided trip is catered to fit your ability. The routes offered vary with changes in local weather patterns. Our favorite route is from our dock facilities to the mangrove channels and shallow coral reef. This is a pleasant downwind paddle. Once through the channel, the participants will get on a boat and will head to the reef to snorkel. Then we will have a light lunch, some snacks, beverages and then back to the dock. $65.00 per person without lunch (includes all gear, drinks, and snacks) or $75 per person with lunch. *Special notes below.
1.Our boat is 19′ skiff with a small engine. Coast Guard regulations do not allow more than 1,400 lbs aboard (approximately 200 lbs per passenger). Also note that the ladder to get in and out of the boat might not hold more than 250 lbs.
2. The moon does not affect the dinoflagellate population. It affects the appreciation of the phenomena by the human eye. The 7:30 pm biobay tour is your best choice two or three days after the full moon. The moon comes out later every night after the full moon so you will have a brighter sky on the 9:30 pm biobay tour two or three days after the full moon.
3. The biobay kayak tour is for experienced kayakers because it is a long row, 2.5 miles each way.
4. Participants of the snorkeling tour should be proficient swimmers.