Travel by air or sea to your
Travel by air or sea to your
Arriving to Bimini truly couldn't be easier. Fly direct from a variety of airports in the South Florida and New York areas, or catch a connecting flight with Jet Blue or United Airlines in either location. Hop on a ferry from the Port of Miami, or sail with your own boat and dock at one of two luxury marinas. Your private island escape awaits.
Start your adventure before you even step foot on island. Flying by seaplane isn’t just a method of transportation, it’s an adventure. Enjoy a stress-free flying experience without the stress of commercial terminals and customs. Take off from private terminals and in less than 30 minutes, you’ll arrive to the beautiful island of Bimini – but you might find yourself hoping it doesn’t end.
The intimate plane invites no more than 8 passengers per flight, guaranteeing personalized service and endless views of the shimmering ocean. The seaplanes fly low, letting passengers get a bird’s eye view of the Miami or Fort Lauderdale city skyline, the vibrant turquoise ocean, and the stunning island of Bimini. Land directly at the resort, and instantly begin your escape in luxury.
In just under 30 minutes, Silver Airways will take you to your new favorite getaway. Fly non-stop to south Bimini from a variety of South Florida locations, including Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
Silver Airways is a U.S. airline, operating services between the US and Bimini. Top-level service and a quality flying experience are always guaranteed in your short flight to the hidden gem of the Bahamas.
Take off in style to the breathtaking island of Bimini. Elite Airways offers non-stop flights from the Orlando and New York areas to South Bimini on Thursdays and Sundays.
Expect nothing less than a highly personalized, quality travel experience. With perks like no change fees, first bag flies free, and pet friendly flights, Elite Airways is your ideal escape to the island.
A ferry ride to Bimini gives you the perfect means of connecting with the island’s most stunning aspect – the vibrant turquoise sea. Travelers from around the world come to Bimini for this very reason, so why not start your getaway early?
Travel with FRS Caribbean from the Port of Miami for a quick 2-hour ferry ride through the Atlantic, and arrive to Bimini eager to continue your exploration of the waters.
Sail only 50 nautical miles from the coast of South Florida with your own personal vessel and dock at the largest yacht and marina complex in the Bahamas. The Resorts World Bimini complex consists of two luxury marinas – the Mega-Yacht Marina and Fisherman’s Village Marina. In total, the complex contains 230 slips and accommodates vessels up to 180’.
Dock at the Mega-Yacht Marina and walk right up to the resort’s main lobby area and casino. Or dock your vessel at Fisherman’s Village Marina, where you can enjoy all the luxuries of this mini marketplace, including a fitness center, The Healing Hole, and Amicci’s.
Bimini is made up of two large islands – North and South Bimini. Guests arriving by airplane will land in South Bimini. To get to the resort, take a short taxi ride from the terminal to the South Bimini Port for only $5 per person. Once at the Port, hop aboard a quick ride across the turquoise waters. Resorts World Bimini provides free ferry service that will take you directly to the resort in North Bimini.
Traveling around the island is easy with Resorts World Bimini’s transportation rentals and services. The resort offers a complimentary tram service that follows a route throughout the island, allowing you to hop on and off at your leisure.
Have the freedom of exploring the island with your own golf cart, available for rent at the resort. You can also rent a bicycle to get around the resort or just freewheel it and see where the roads lead you.
The Resorts World Bimini Tram is a complimentary service provided to guests. It travels on a route from the resort to various points on the island, giving visitors an easy method of seeing the best parts of the island, without worrying about transportation.