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As the sun sets over Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, kayaks are lined up ready to launch for a bioluminescent kayak trip. (Photo: Bonnie Gross)

A Florida summer thrill: Night-time kayaking in a bioluminescent glow

On dark summer nights in the Mosquito Lagoon near Titusville, the water glows from bioluminescent plankton. Kayak tours help visitors see the spectacular light show.

Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge: Safe harbor for birds & other living things

Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge: Safe harbor for birds & other living things

Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge is a year-round refuge for birds and other living things, from the dazzling roseate spoonbills to the American bald eagle. During the fall migration, birding is especially good.

Bioluminescence kayak tours: Eerie glow at night on Mosquito Lagoon

Bioluminescence kayak tours: Eerie glow at night on Mosquito Lagoon

At Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and the Mosquito Lagoon, the water glows on summer nights with the underwater equivalent of fireflies. A kayak outfitter there is providing unusual thrills on his night-time bioluminescent trips.

It’s back to earth for Space Coast tourism

It’s back to earth for Space Coast tourism

Faced with economic challenges with the end of the shuttle program, Brevard County government and businesses are looking towards eco-tourism as one avenue to create jobs and boost tourism.

Dixie Crossroads: Tourist trap or authentic seafood?

Dixie Crossroads: Tourist trap or authentic seafood?

TITUSVILLE — Some say it’s touristy; some say it’s authentic. But pretty much everyone agrees that the hushpuppies at Dixie Crossroads are irresistible.