Start your adventure before you even step foot on island. Avoid long lines at commercial airports when you takeoff from private terminals. In less than 30 minutes, you'll arrive directly at the resort on the beautiful island of Bimini - but you might find yourself hoping it doesn't end.
And now, Tropic Ocean Airways has daily seaplane flights from Miami Seaplane base. To celebrate, you can get a round-trip flight for just $99* when you stay a minimum of 2 nights at the Hilton at Resorts World Bimini. Experience untouched natural beauty, unmatched luxury and unparalleled service when you fly to the hidden gem of the Bahamas by seaplane.
Bimini is only 50 miles from Miami, yet a world away from the everyday. Preserved culture, historical landmarks, and natural wonders adorn this westernmost island of the Bahamas, beckoning travelers from around the world to explore. As the closest Caribbean island to the U.S. coast, Bimini is an easy private island escape. Here, the Gulf Stream and the Bahamas Bank embrace to define the meaning of Bimini Bliss.
The new Resorts World Bimini is a 750-acre premier luxury beachfront that spans the intimate island of Bimini, providing the ideal backdrop for both serenity and adventure.
Spend your days exploring every detail of your personal playground. Miles of white-sand beaches. Infinity pools spanning the resort. First-class spa treatments. Ten diverse restaurants led by the world's top chefs. And a world-class casino – all boasting indescribable views of the turquoise waters.
Forbes put it best, “Bimini is where luxury meets adventure.” Relax in poolside bliss, uncover buried treasure in the depths of the historic S.S. Sapona Shipwreck, or conquer your fears as you swim with hammerhead sharks. At Resorts World Bimini, luxury and adventure are combined to provide an unforgettable private island experience.
Whether you're walking or riding on your golf cart through the streets of North Bimini, you’ll discover the island’s most prized local spots. Get a taste of Bimini’s staple dish at Stuart’s Conch Stand or Joe’s Conch Shack. Each open-air rustic shack is located right off the beach, sourcing and serving fresh conch salad daily.
Walking or cruising through the island on a golf cart, you’ll discover the Dolphin House and The Bimini Museum, each holding artifacts and memorabilia of the island’s history, including those from famous figures who made Bimini their second home.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with a bite of Bimini bread. Pick up a loaf of this soft, sweet, and buttery bread at a variety of nearby bakeries. You’ll find that many dishes on the island are made with Bimini bread dough, like the succulent pizza from local favorite Edith’s Pizza. This popular restaurant serves freshly baked pies, made with the sweet dough. Top it with the flavors of the sea, including lobster, conch, and shrimp.
Spend five minutes with bonefish legend Ansil Saunders and you’ll hear stories that some can only dream of experiencing for themselves. He holds the IGFA bonefishing record for a 16-pound catch, the 2003 Cacique Award, crafted a handmade shell necklace for the Queen of England, and chatted it up with Muhammad Ali.
Uncover the legend of the S.S. Sapona. Built for WWI but completed too late, this historic artifact turned into a warehouse for alcohol during the Prohibition era until it ran aground in a hurricane. Today, over 80 years later, the S.S. Sapona serves as home to a vibrant array of tropical fish and sea creatures.
Travel by boat just three miles south of Bimini and jump right into the warm water. We’ll teach you more about the history and myths of this famous shipwreck, and let your imagination run wild as you snorkel through the artifact.
Seaplane operated by Tropic Ocean Airways. Flies out of Miami Seaplane Base.
*Blackout dates may apply.
**Resorts World does not operate any aircraft nor is Resorts World a direct or indirect air carrier. All flights are operated by FAA certificated direct air carriers that exercise full operational control of the flights at all times. All flights are operated by Tropic Ocean Airways, a Part 121 Direct Air Carrier. See site for restrictions.