The Biminis are the Bahamas closest link to the United States, with the nearest island just over 50 miles off the coast of Miami. Because of this, much of the activity revolves around sailboats approaching from the United States, either for just a day of sailing, or for those headed to the islands to do some deep sea fishing. Those who choose to stay awhile will find other activities like scuba diving, museum tours, and sightseeing through laid back towns like Alice Towns to be ideal.
Popular as a weekend getaway, this small island does not require any serious transportation options. Using a scooter or a bike will be enough for just about everyone.
If you like the idea of experiencing the wind in your face, you will find 3 places that can help. Anyone needing to get more information about this topic can do so on this page.
The Bimini Islands are a fantastic destination for American citizens not wanting to travel too far for some great diving. Numerous sites that include reefs and wreck make it an eclectic option, while the services on the island make it easy for everyone to enjoy.
You'll find several dive services and at least 13 different dive sites to choose from. To read our full guide to diving in this area, go to this page.
The Bimini Islands are known as the birthplace of Atlantic Big Game Fishing, and this title is upheld today with the services found for tourist on the island.
Like to go fishing? The Bimini Islands isn't quite overrun with fishing charters, but there's one charter operator you should be aware of. Go to this page dedicated to fishing in the area if you'd like additional facts.
To navigate to our detailed page about shopping in the Bimini Islands, read this page.
If you enjoy snorkeling you're in luck -- you can easily find places to do so while vacationing in the Bimini Islands. To navigate to our complete page about local snorkeling opportunities, navigate to this page.
Help us improve! We welcome your corrections and suggestions.