The closest Bahamian island to the U.S. mainland, it offers visitors white-sand beaches, mysterious attractions, and the best fishing in the Caribbean Sea.
Situated on the edge of an underwater cliff with a dropoff of 4,000 feet is the beautiful island of Bimini. As precarious as its location sounds, the combination of the nearby deep abyss with the warm waters of the Gulf Stream is actually a blessing for the small island. These waters feed the coral reefs and serve as the home to a wide array of marine life from dolphins and marlins to millions of colorful, tropical fish. Continue reading “Exploring Bimini Island in the Bahamas” »