For Paradise Hunters

Just about fifty miles east of Miami lies Bimini and the start of the Bahamas island chain. A swift 3 day minimum trip will kick off this quintessential Caribbean vacation, which will take you to Bimini’s cerulean coast and the breathtaking Exumas islands.

For a quintessential Caribbean vacation, book a Miami yacht rental and head to the Bahamas. From the famous black coral gardens off the coast of Bimini, to adventures in snorkeling, and swimming with dolphins, the Bahamas are where dreams of a Caribbean getaway come true. Bimini was reputedly Ernest Hemingway’s favorite island, and with the big resorts, the famous Bimini Big Game Club and marina, and miles of crystalline sapphire water as far as the eye can see, it could be your next favorite slice of paradise too. For an exceptional vacation, also check out Exuma, an exclusive island where celebrities and the rich and famous go to play.

Things To Do

As you approach the shores of Bimini, the stunning blues of its waters will captivate you. Spend your days in Bimini exploring, with the guidance of our experienced captains, the best spots for swimming, snorkeling, and encounters with stingrays. Once you reach the marina, the largest in the Bahamas, you can enjoy the comfort of Resorts World Bimini Resort and Casino which offers its guests the only casino on the islands, six restaurants, various boutiques, an infinity pool, and golf carts for quick transportation. For some local flavor, take your golf cart and venture out to Stuart’s Conch Stand for some delectable, fresh conch salad. The Exumas are a slice of paradise. Not all can easily access the uninhabited islands, but we make it possible. The ultimate getaway, your days in the Exumas will be filled with azure bliss. Besides being able to swim with stingrays and nurse sharks in Staniel Cay upon your arrival, our captain will take you to the Pig Beach on tiny Major Cay to swim it’s crystal clear waters with pigs. Visit the impressive Thunderball Grotto, an underwater cave located just west of Staniel Cay. There is no need to be a diver to enter, you can simply snorkel your way in if there is low tide. Within the cave you will find magical marine life - colorful coral and an assortment of fish, like grouper, trigger fish, sergeant majors, parrotfish, and angelfish.

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