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.
You will discover a large number of beaches to enjoy in the area. You can click on each beach name for more information concerning that section of the coast.
If you love snorkeling, a beach where that's an option is Blister Beach. Blister Beach (also called Bimini Bay Beach) is situated on the far north end of Bimini. The waters off of these shores are so clear that on calm days you can spot all kinds of exotic fish cruising the gentle surf along this beach.
Another top pick for snorkelers is Spook Hill Beach. Spook Hill Beach is among the more popular beaches on the island, and it was named for its location near a cemetary. Although there are no commercial watersports here except for snorkeling, there is plenty of sunshine, white sand, and excellent swimming conditions.
Bimini Reef Club Beach: Located on South Bimini, the Bimini Reef Club Beach is known for its amazingly clear water. Additionally, the water is very calm, protected by a good-sized coral reef and a sandbar beyond that.
These examples are only a few of the options that are available. For more in formation concerning beaches available, check out this page.
If you enjoy learning about the historical roots of an unfamiliar place, you should consider visiting a historical site while vacationing in the Bimini Islands.
|Historical Site||--||1.7 mi. Southeast of Central North Bimini||North Bimini|
Another idea is to go see some of the more interesting area land formations. Fully natural attractions like these in the Bimini Islands are displayed in the following table.
|Pond||1.4 mi. South of Central Pigeon Cay||South Bimini|
|Healing Hole||River||Central the Bimini Islands||North Bimini|
|Rock Formation||0.5 mi. North-Northwest of Central North Bimini||North Bimini|
People do not generally stay in the Bimini Islands to find gambling, but there is one such place,.
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