Videos tagged with " bio"
The background music to a pure full moon @ Isla de Mona, West of Puerto Rico [00:32]
As a Biologist I've shared various quest for scientific knowledge and one oportunity was staying 7 days camping in Isla de Monas with everyday full of dives and data logging. at night was enjoying the sweet sound of all wild nature under the influence of a FULL MOON ...... COME VISIT US...
Tags: sounds, nightsounds, dark, full moon, isla de mona, puerto rico, PR, bio, camping, natures background music
Puerto Rico April 2011 [04:39]
April 2011 vacation to Puerto Rico... I am with three other Filipinos in this beautiful island. The Ricans keep calling me Manny Pacquiao, i never imagined he is this popular in this island. Went to visit Old San Juan, Toroverde Adventure, Mini-Boat Ride, Kayak adventure in the bioluminiscent laguna grande in Fajardo where the water sparkles and glows when disturbed; stayed at the gay-friendly Condado area - Que Rico!!!!
Tags: J king y maximan, que rico, jm, jm lubigan, lubigan, puerto rico, cuando cuando es, old san juan, toroverde, laguna grande, kayak, bioluminiscent, miniboat
2007-08-24: Day 06: Puerto Rico: Palmas del Mar, Bioluminescent Kayaking Tour [06:48]
2007-08-24: Day 06: Puerto Rico: Palmas del Mar, Bioluminescent Kayaking Tour
Tags: 2007-08-24, Day 06, Puerto Rico, Palmas del Mar, Bioluminescent Kayaking Tour
Vieques, Puerto Rico - A Caribbean Paradise [07:29]
There is a Paradise in the Caribbean called Vieques. This beautiful island is part of Puerto Rico. The main languages are spanish and english. The currency is the US Dollar and the gratuity is 18%. Tap water is fresh, clean and drinkable. Satellite TV and internet friendly. To get there, you can head North East from the SJU international airport, and take a 45 minute ride to the José Aponte de la Torre Airport in Ceiba (An Aprox. 10 minutes flight), or via Ferry (Aprox. 1 hour) from Fajardo. Once you get to Vieques you must rent a car (SUV preferable) to get around. A great part of this Island was once occupied by the US Armed Forces. But, with the perseverance of the local residents, and through civil disobedience they forced the US Armed Forces to leave the island. Now, the pristine turquoise beaches are a paradise for travelers. There is one mayor hotel (Starwood's W Retreat & Spa) and plenty of guest houses to choose from. I personally recommend Cookies Paradise, located at the top of the mountain with breathtaking views. The culinary experience is overwhelming with a daily catch available at almost every other restaurant. Downtown (Isabel II) is located at the northern part of the island and most of the secluded beaches stretch from the north east to the southern coastline. The Esperanza Boardwalk is located at the south with plenty of restaurants and souvenir shops to choose from. Don't forget to visit the bioluminescent Bay in a kayak tour, it's a once in a ...
Kayaking the Mangrove canals to the bio bay Puerto Rico [03:07]
The mangrove canals, lined with red mangroves are very peaceful and beautiful in the daytime. Since we cannot film the bioluminescence at night we visit the magroves by video in the daytime.