The Bahamas is blessed with many clear sunny days; perfect for cruising on DolphinQuest and swimming with dolphins.
Summers are hot and the water gets very warm. The sea breeze cools us down on the boat and is very pleasant coming in from the ocean at night. Rooms are equipped with air conditioning to keep cool.
Bimini’s climate is sub-tropical, hot and humid (average daily relative humidity is around 70%), with 7-10 hours of sunshine per day.
There is only an average 8°C difference between the warmest and coolest months. During winter (November to January) the season is mostly dry with average daytime temperatures around 70°F, 30°C, and average monthly rainfall around 40mm. Year round, the temperature drops about 5°C after dark.
The Bahamas are blessed with around 310 days of sunshine each year or 3,000 hours of sunlight annually. The rainy season runs from May to October. October and June are the wettest two months, with average monthly rainfall around 230mm. Rain usually happens in localized short showers which pass quickly.
Air 80ºF / 27ºC
Water 77ºF / 25ºC
Air 88ºF / 31ºC
Water 84ºF / 28ºC
Air 80ºF / 27ºC
Water 79ºF / 26ºC
Although hurricanes don’t often happen in the Bahamas, June through November marks the official Atlantic hurricane season.
It’s possible that a WildQuest program has to be cancelled due to conditions out of our control, such as weather or other adverse conditions. WildQuest will only cancel a program after a severe weather warning issued by the NOAA, (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) for our area, which means hurricane conditions are expected within 36 hours.
In the 16 years we’ve been running WildQuest, we’ve cancelled only five weeks due to wild weather.