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How should I do Bimini?

Desert Denizen
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How should I do Bimini?

I would really like to take my fiance to a nice beach for his birthday, a two day get away or so. We are a young couple, and I don't have a huge budget for this, but we do live in Florida, so I figured that this is doable, and that maybe Bimini would be a nice location. Does anyone know if there is a simple way to get to Bimini from miami (I unfortunately don't have a boat)? And a recommendation for a hotel that has a beach? Thank you!

Red Bank, NJ
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1. Re: How should I do Bimini?

Stay at Bimini Bay Resort. It's the best place on the island and maybe one of the nicest, most pristene beaches I've ever seen. The whole place is a beach!

JENSEN BEACH
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Ck to be sure Bimini Bay is open? Another great option is Abaco where you can fly from Ft Lauderedale (maybe also Mia) on Continental for about $220 RT. Marsh Harbour is nice ck out pelican beach villas right on the beach w/ a snorkeling reef or you can hop on a small ferry to tiny Guana Cay, Hopetown or Green Turtle Cay. These beaches are incredible.

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3. Re: How should I do Bimini?

Bimini Bay is definitely open. I was just there about a month ago. As far as getting there, we fly Bimini Island Air out of Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. It's a great experience!

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