Getting To Bimini
than you think
The island of Bimini is less
than 50 miles from south Florida and there are numerous ways
to get here quickly and easily. Before you know it youll
have a frosty cold Kalik in your hands.
& Immigration Office onsite!
We are the only resort on the island to have our own Customs
& Immigration Office onsite which is open during peak times
when our marina is at its busiest. This makes clearing in
at Bimini Sands fast and convenient. At all other times,
Customs & Immigration is just a 5-minute cab ride away at
Bimini International Airport.
United Airlines' regional carrier
Airways flies scheduled service to Bimini International
Airport (BIM) out of Fort Lauderdale International Airport.
Western Air offers convenient connections from Nassau's
Lyndon Pindling International Airport (NAS) to Bimini
International Airport (BIM). For air charter service,
Pioneer Air Service, Island Wings or
RMG Flight Services, which fly out of Fort Lauderdale
Ocean Airways offers scheduled seaplane service from
Sheltair, Fort Lauderdale International Airport.
Flights to Bimini from South Florida only take about 20-25
Balearia Bahamas Express is now offering ferry service from
Miami to North Bimini on Friday-Sunday. For more information
and to book tickets, visit
Many visitors arrive on their own boat. And at less than 50
miles from Miami, you dont need a megayacht. Boats as small
as 20-feet regularly make the trip over.