Whether it's fishing, diving or just relaxing on the beach, when catching a flight to the South Bimini Airport (BIM), one can expect to be treated to all the activities the Bahamas have to offer. Recent investments in the airport have enabled accommodations for larger aircraft and night landings to bring more visitors to the island. Explore historic towns and sunken treasures or go after the "big catch" that attracted notables such as Ernest Hemingway.
When you first fly to South Bimini Airport (BIM), the first thing you will notice is the sprawling, white sand beaches. Radio Beach, Blister Beach and Spook Hill Beach combine to create one of the most popular destinations on the small islands. Those interested in fishing can try their luck with the big game such as Tuna or Marlin or settle for a more relaxing time fishing the mangroves for Bonefish. Popular destinations for divers include the shipwreck "Sapona," which was used during Prohibition to store alcohol, or Triangle Rocks, where a friendly shark encounter is likely.
If you opt to fly to South Bimini Airport (BIM), you will have to connect through Freeport, Nassau or Miami, but once in the area, plenty of hotel rooms and villas will complement your stay. Foodies will appreciate the restaurants of Alice Town. The small island is suitable for golf carts as a main means of travel, but others can opt for the tram or taxi.
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