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Diving in North Bimini
When to go to North Bimini
Diving off Bimini Islands is feasible year round. Average ambient temperature in winter is around 64-77F/18-25C. During this season it is possible to spot hammerhead sharks. Average ambient temperature is around 75-91F/24-33C in summer, during this season it is possible to spot manta rays can often be spotted. What to see The warm waters attract different flora and fauna, such as manta rays, dolphins, sea turtles, American stingray, reef sharks, nurse sharks, hammerhead sharks, barracuda and other species of fish and marine animals.
Scuba diving in North Bimini
Bimini Islands are located in the northern part of the Great Bahama Bank. These islands are the closest ones to the USA – only 100 km/62ft from Miami. The closest international airport is Bimini Island International Airport on South Bimini, which is connected to North Bimini by ferry. Bimini Islands dive sites include opportunities for both shallow and deep diving. Novice divers might be interested in shore diving among coral reefs and some wrecks lying in the shallows, while more experienced divers would enjoy multiple walls stretching deep inside Gulf Stream waters that run along the western side of the islands. Most popular dive sites Of the many interesting dive sites here, the best are: Tuna Alley and Victory Reef, stretching deep into the Straits of Florida, Atlantis Road and Bimini Barge Wreck.
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