Bimini has slowly but surely emerged as one of the best places on the planet to encounter one of the ocean’s most amazing predator: the Great Hammerhead Shark. During the winter months from November to March you have the possibility to encounter these elusive giants of the ocean in gin clear Caribbean waters. And if that is not enough the exhilarating Bull Run is a divespot where you can safely enjoy watching Blacktip, Caribbean Reef Sharks, Nurse Sharks and often Bull, Lemon and Hammerhead Sharks in a controlled, comfortable environment. And last but not least dives like Victory Reef, Tuna Alley and the Wall form the continental shelf rank among the best dives in the Caribbean. So don't miss this out on a visit to the Bimini Islands: truly a once-in-a-lifetime dive destination!

Scuba Bimini Dive Resort www.scubabimini.com

 

Bimini Ocean Villas www.biminioceanvillas.com

 

Big Game Club www.biggameclubbimini.com

 

Sea Crest Hotel www.seacrestbimini.com

 

Big Johns Hotel www.biminibigjohns.com

 

Bimini Magical B&B ww.biminimagicalvacation.com

 

South Bimini Yacht Club www.scubabimini.com

 

Weech's Bimini www.weechsbiminidock.com

 

Bimini Sands Resort www.biminisands.com

Neal Watson's Bimini Scuba Center www.biminiscubacenter.com

Scuba Bimini

www.scubabimini.com

Bimini Big Game Club www.biggameclubbimini.com

The Bahamas has a tropical monsoon climate with relatively consistent temperatures throughout the course of the year. Summertime temperatures reach about 32 degrees Celsius and the winter months have daytime temperatures between 21 and 26 degrees.

For scuba diving the only advice is to maybe avoid the month of September and Oktober as these have a relative high risk for hurricanes.

Fly into Bimini on the South Bimini Airport (Airport Code BIM). Daily scheduled air service are available coming in from Nassau (NAS) and Grand Bahama (FPO) with Western Air Bahamas (www.westernairbahamas.com). Daily scheduled air service are also available from Nassau (NAS), Grand Bahama (FPO) and Fort Lauderdale (FLL) with Sky Bahamas (www.skybahamas.net).

 

But you can also take a seaplane from Fort Lauderdale (or Miami) with Tropic Ocean Airways (www.flytropic.com) or take a Silver Airways (www.gosilver.com) flight from Fort Lauderdale.

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