On the Bahamian beat



It isn’t just the impossibly neon turquoise water, or the seemingly unperturbed beaches that coyly dance with the waves that make Bimini so enticing. Sitting on the westernmost part of the Bahamian Islands, Bimini is the far less-visited port home to a decidedly more intimate and visceral heartbeat.

Beyond the quiet beach moments or the adrenaline-inducing shark dives, the three islands that unite to make Bimini are drenched in rich cultural history — where the conch is so fresh you taste the path from which you came, natural watering holes are rumored to have the power to heal, and nights end next to bonfires under star-kissed skies.

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In the 1500s, Ponce de León visited Bimini in search of the Fountain of Youth.


So if you’re looking for the hustle and bustle of grand-scale resorts in other Bahamian spots like Nassau — the shipwreck-dotted, wild blue waters and conch shack-lined beaches of Bimini with its small-town feel won’t exactly be up your alley. But that’s by design. And it’s a good thing.

Barely 60 miles away from Miami, Bimini has emphatically prioritized environmental and cultural preservation — and in the process, cultivated a paradise oasis emblematic of the dreamy reputation of the Caribbean islands.