Bimini is home to the finest fishing in the Bahamas, that attract many a sportsmen to the championship fishing tournaments held year round. Bimini is where the waters of Florida’s Gulfstream meets The Bahama Banks. For diving fans, don’t forget to visit the underwater stone formation rumored to be part of the Lost City of Atlantis.

Author Ernest Hemingway, who first visited Bimini in 1935 (he lived there until 1937), engaged in sport-fishing fishing in Bimini for a number of years. In fact fishing in Bimini is so good, that Ernest Hemingway wrote a book about it–Islands In The Stream. However, why read Ernest’s stories about the Biminis, when you can make your own…in Bimini.

North Bimini was also a location for the closing sequence of the movie Silence of the Lambs (1991).