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Travel along King's Highway, the main road through the towns of North Bimini. On your way, explore one of the many cross-streets that wind their way to the Ocean and end at a secluded beach. Traveling this road, picture the rumrunners, who stashed their rum on the shores of the Island during Prohibition.

Stop at the Taste of Heaven Bakery for homemade donuts, sweet rolls and coffee - rated #1 by TripAdvisor. 

Bimini is know as one of the bone fishing capitals of the Bahamas. So hire a guide and spend the morning fly fishing for local bonefish or take to the seas for deep sea fishing like the legendary Ernest Hemingway.

For lunch, make your way to a local roadside conch shack for cracked conch salad. Try Joe's Conch Shack. The conch comes fresh from the sea. Sit at the bar and watch your conch salad being made, while exchanging local gossip with the chef. For a typical Bahamian lunch of fried conch and other local specialities, make your way to the Aqua Grille. Set next to the serene infinity pool, you can enjoy lunch and a tasty rum-filled tropical drink while gazing at the Ocean.

In the afternoon, you can take a dive trip to the legendary Bimini Road, and underwater "highway" of stone formations dating back 5,000 to 10,000 years, and thought to be the mythical lost city of Atlantis. Then, explore the many shipwrecks ravaged on the coral reefs during the 1928 hurricane. 

Take a kayak and paddle amongst the mangroves to the Healing Hole, a natural deep sulfur spring that the locals claim have healing powers.

Swim with the sharks and view them up close in their natural surroundings or play in the blue-green waters with the local spotted dolphins, who are friendly and social - no snorkeling or scuba equipment required.   

At the end of the day, relax at one of the Islands many local bars - the Healing Hole Rum Bar serves tropical cocktails and local grilled Bahamian specialities - sip rum cocktails while taking in the sunset and beautiful water views.

Bimini Big Game Club

Rustic - Authentic

​TripAdvisor - 4.5 Stars

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Bimini Bay Resort

Barefoot Luxury - Mega Resort

​TripAdvisor - 3.5 Stars

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Big John's Hotel

Rustic - Authentic

​TripAdvisor - 4.5 Stars

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Exploring Bimini

Where To Stay

  • The golf cart rental is a short walk down the main road from the ferry
  • The currency of the Bahamas is the Bahamian dollar
  • U.S. dollars are accepted most places
  • Flights to Bimini are daytime only
  • Bimini is rustic - don't expect 5-star hotels or dining options
  • All passengers are required to have a passport to enter the Bahamas - including children and infants.
  • Bring cash - not all hotels and restaurants accept credit cards

What To Know

  • The deserted local beaches with crystal clear waters and colorful seashells
  • Local Seafood, fresh from the sea at a roadside seafood stand
  • Conch salad - a local specialty - just out of the shell with a touch of fresh lime
  • The local history - from Hemingway to rum running
  • Swimming with the sharks and diving amongst the shipwrecks
  • A morning snack of warm homemade donuts from the local bakery

What To Love

Located just 53 miles from Florida's shore, the Bimini Islands are the closest Bahamian islands to the United States, and is an ideal escape for a day or weekend. Steeped in history, Bimini is known as the place Ernest Hemingway was inspired to write two of his legendary novels, The Old Man and the Sea and Islands in the Sun, while staying at the Compleat Angler Hotel in the 1930s. Rustic and unspoiled, Bimini is home to endless empty beaches, friendly locals, and fresh, uncomplicated local cuisine. 

Your flight takes you over the aqua blue waters of the Bahamas to South Bimini, where you will land on a simple airstrip. Clear customs and take a small fishing boat-sized ferry across the turquoise blue waters to North Bimini about 15 minutes away. 

The ferry will arrive in Alice Town, the main town. There you can travel the Island on foot or rent one of the Island's famous golf carts to explore the Island's many charming towns and beaches. 

Bimini, Bahamas