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Vacation Rentals & House Rentals in Bimini

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Oceanfront, 2 stories, 2 bedrooms 3 baths

Alice Town apartment

2 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$288

Beautiful Beach view Apartment -Hideaway Apex

Bailey Town apartment

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$144

Tropical Paradise at Resorts World Bimini, Bahamas

Alice Town townhouse

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$631

Bimini Bahamas Waterfront Condo Steps to Beach

Alice Town condo

1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 4

“Comfortable, secure and excellent for familys who boat” Our unit was clean, with a well equiped kitchen and steps to the floating dock. Excellent fishing and secluded beaches within minutes (literally) Bimini Sands staff are extremly freindly, 24 hour security, real bahamian food on site and now they have a beautiful infinity edge pool over looking the atlantic ocean!!! This is my version of pardise.

Responds fast! avg. 2 hours 4 minutes

Price per night from

$196

LUXURY EXECUTIVE ISLAND HOME W DOCK

Alice Town house

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 10

Price per night from

$570

Paradise found in South Bimini at Sunset Cove Beach House

Alice Town house

3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Price per night from

$631

HOUSE OF LOVE II

Bailey Town house

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Price per night from

$287

Dames hideaway

Bailey Town house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Price per night from

$346

BEACH FRONT-CENTRAL LOCALE-STUNNING VIEW-FREE WIFI-CABLE-BBQ.*BACK UP GENERATOR*

Alice Town villa

2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$300

Beautiful one day, perfect the next! 2/2 Beachfront Facing Unit

Alice Town condo

2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 6

Price per night from

$516

Dames Getaway Bimini

Bailey Town house

3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms / sleeps 8

Price per night from

$388

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About Bimini

Bimini, Bahamas

With gorgeous secluded white sandy beaches and azure waters hosting spectacular marine life, the Bimini Islands are for you.

It's one of the most unspoiled areas of the Bahamas, which, despite its beauty, has managed to retain its small-town charm. Check out Bimini vacation rentals with FlipKey, today.

About Bimini

Sitting just 50 miles from Miami in the shape of a fish hook, Bimini has always been a favorite haunt of big game and sports fishermen thanks to the wildlife-rich waters of the Gulf Stream.

Tourists still come (author Ernest Hemingway stayed for two years), but now that big game hunting is frowned upon, it's the north of the islands and the Bimini Bay Resort in particular that gets all the attention.

Alice Town on seven-miles long North Bimini (which has two decent roads) is the main settlement, while South Bimini only has one community at Port Royale.

Conch salad is the local dish of the Bahamas. The raw fish is served with tomatoes, green peppers and onion with an orange and lime dressing then topped with hot peppers. The best version is from the beachside wooden hut called Stuart's – try it!

What to do

Go to the Dolphin House and get photos. Made from shells, crushed coral, reclaimed tiles and other items found on the island, this local author's home in Alice Town is as big a tourist attraction as is the nearby Bimini Museum.

Swim with eight feet long man-eating sharks on the Bimini Bull Run. Don't worry, you may be 45 feet underwater, but it'll be in a cage! If you want to swim with a friendlier sea mammal, then a boat trip to meet wild dolphins may be more your scene.

Experienced divers or snorkeling fans can get a boat out to the semi-sunken shipwreck SS Sapona, which was grounded by a hurricane in 1926. Other shipwrecks on Bimini to explore include Victory Reef and Rainbow Reef.

If you don't like getting your hair wet, visit the mangrove-strewn cays near to Bimini by kayaking or paddleboarding across.

Top Bimini travel tips

Get a plane from Florida, Freeport or Nassau into the tiny Bimini Airport. Alternatively, go by 35-minute seaplane from Fort Lauderdale International Airport.

The best time to go to Bimini is in the winter when the temperature averages around 70 degrees and is out with the rainy season (May to October).

Tourists get around the island on either a golf cart or bike. There's a tram on North Bimini, from Alice Town to Porgy Bay.

Paradise for those who love watersports, fishing and sunbathing on beautiful beaches, the Bimini Islands also boast some of the best fresh seafood around, thanks to their abundant waters. Stay on quieter South Bimini or enjoy the nightlife on the bigger island via a FlipKey vacation rental.

Top Destination reviews

Bimini Bahamas Waterfront Condo Steps to Beach
Our 1st stay in Bimini

We booked our stay in Bimini and were arriving by our own boat. The crossing was uneventful with a choppy sea. We got to the resort a bit later than anticipated. Once we checked in they quickly told us that friends of ours had been calling. It was nice to know that the office passed that along. The check in was a lot of paperwork but it was our first time and we were in another country, you can forget that so easily, because you do feel like you are in us. We got to the condo and everything was great, there is actually more items that you really need. Just as stated the internet was up and strong, which is great when you are watching the weather so closely. We got the few things turned on and while the kids watched the Disney channel on Direct TV the wife and I laid down on the King size bed, and that was perfect also. Once we got moving the kids took over the Golf Cart and away the four of us went to discover the two pools, the beach, the ships store and even a few new friends. Our stay continued to move along great but was cut short because the winds kicked up, watching the internet let us safely plan our return trip. Though short it was great and we are returning in June. Communication with Denise was simple, though she is in different parts of the world she always was quick to get back to my e-mails, she is just easy to work with. We had a great time.see more

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