Deserted white sand beaches, shimmering crystal clear warm waters, welcoming islanders, funky colourful architecture, reggae and restaurants. Hello relaxation.
Bimini means Mother of Many Waters, (in ‘Taino’, the native American Indian language spoken here in years gone past).
Some say Bimini is home to the ancient ‘lost City of Atlantis’; more recently the island was infamous as a favourite location for rum-runners during Prohibition. Today this gem of a playground has become known as the deep-sea fishing-capital of the world and the very best place, anywhere, to swim with wild dolphins.
The horseshoe-shaped island is very narrow, so the Retreat Centre is seconds away from stunning beaches, often deserted, where you can swim, sunbathe and take moonlight strolls.
On the Retreat Centre’s doorstep, nature treats us to a splendid sunrise every morning overlooking the bay, where our catamaran, DolphinQuest, is moored.
Sparkling turquoise by day, golden orange by night, the waters in Bimini soak up your cares, leaving you purified and new.