Liveaboard diving in

Atlantis Road

  • Diver level:

  • Depth max:

    8 m
  • Visibility:

    to 30m
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Sandy bottom
Atlantis Road is en extremely popular dive site with divers. The site itself is a construction of stones that appear to be man-made, and look as if they were deliberately organized into a road or a wall. Diving at Atlantis Road is breath-taking and mysterious, due to the strange legends about the origin of the site. Some people say that the parallel structure used to be a road leading to the lost city of Atlantis, and its appearance was predicted by a man who claimed that he lived his previous life in Atlantis. He was sure that remnants of Atlantis would show up near Bimini, and 52 years later the strange construction was accidentally spotted. However, geologists later proved that the so-called Atlantis Road is just a natural rock formation. Nonetheless, people who love mysteries and history will enjoy diving at Atlantis Road.

When To Go Diving

Bimini is mostly visited by tourists during the winter months, but visitors have more chance to get cheaper rates in the summer and enjoy the empty beaches. The average temperature is 21-27C/69-80F in winter and 27-32C/80-89F in summer. The rainy season lasts from May to October.

What to see

At Atlantis Road, divers can see blue tangs, blueheads, yellowtail snapper, wrasses, sergeant majors, hogfish, parrotfish, turtles, and doctorfish.