Not in to fishing,
no need to worry. Bimini offers a plethora of other water sports.
The clear warm waters are ideal for scuba diving. Great dives
include the 270' sunken Sapona, located in just 15 feet
of water. The Sapona was built by Henry Ford during WWI.
During Prohibition, it was anchored and turned in to a private
club. It was wrecked by a hurricane in 1929. Bimini Road offers
huge underwater stone monoliths, which were once part of the
|Hawksbill Reef offers reef
fish and lobster, and Little Caverns offer coral formations at
65 feet. The shore line of Bimini offers great snorkeling with
coral and rock formations covered in sponges. At Stingray Hole,
friendly stingrays glide around waiting to be hand fed. The snorkeling
at Turtle Rocks allows viewing of coral, fish, and turtles.
Sea Kayaking is an excellent way to tour the shallow waters of
the Biminis. Local companies offer rentals by the hour or day.
Keef's Bimini Undersea even offers wild dolphin excursions, featuring
the spotted dolphin.
|If you would like
to stay out of the water, there is the shark laboratory and the
Healing Hole. The Bimini Biological Field Station is a research
center dedicated to the lemon shark. Visitors are welcome to
tour the facility when the staff is available. The Healing Hole
is a freshwater sulfur spring rumored to have healing powers.
Hidden in a small cove near the Bonefish Hole, it is best to
have a guide help you locate this attraction.