Attractions in the Bimini Islands

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Almost all of the attractions throughout the Biminis revolve around the sea, be it beaches and cays or sites that are underwater and can only be seen by snorkelers and divers.  The island's themselves are beautiful and great for a few hours of hiking, but be prepared to get wet when you visit these isles. 


Bimini Sands Beach

You will discover an abundance of beaches to consider in the area. Click on the name of each beach to get additional information concerning that particular stretch of sand.

One beach with snorkeling is Blister Beach. Great snorkeling opportunities have been the trademark of this Blister Beach, although many would argue that the swimming and sunning is also top-notch. Located away from any metropolitan areas, you'll find fewer crowds here than on some other Bimini beaches, making it a favorite among locals.

Another top pick for those who enjoy snorkeling is Spook Hill Beach. Facing the north side Alice Town is Spook Hill Beach, which is a popular beach destination. The emerald waters surrounding these shores have soft, sandy and comfortable floors, ideal for wading.

Bimini Reef Club Beach: Heading west from the South Bimini Airport, go south past Duck Lake. You'll arrive at Port Royal where the beach is located on the south side.

The Bimini Islands has a wider range of beach choices. Use this link to find our page regarding beaches for the Bimini Islands.

Historical Sites

Do you like discovering the history of places you visit? If that's the case, you should consider visiting a historical site while vacationing in the Bimini Islands.

Historic Sites In the Bimini Islands
Name Type Phone Location Island
Shark Mound Historical Site -- 1.7 mi. Southeast of Central North Bimini North Bimini

Land Formations

Another fun idea is to go see some of the more interesting naturally occurring land formations. Other types of natural attractions in the Bimini Islands are displayed in the table below.

Land Formations In the Bimini Islands
Name Type Location Island
Fountain of Youth Pond 1.4 mi. South of Central Pigeon Cay South Bimini
Healing Hole River Central the Bimini Islands North Bimini
Paradise Point Point None None
Three Sisters Rocks Rock Formation 0.5 mi. North-Northwest of Central North Bimini North Bimini


The Bahamas Casinos

Travelers don't usually stay in the Bimini Islands for its gambling opportunities, but there is one such venue, Resorts World Bimini Casino.


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