A Fishing Rod on a Boat in the Ocean, Bimini, Bahamas
Bimini is fabled as the big-game fishing capital of The Bahamas, where the Gulf Stream meets The Bahamas Bank. Head out for a day of angling for the chance to catch prized deep-sea species including tuna, wahoo, sailfish, marlin and the smalltooth sawfish, among the world’s rarest fish.
Step inside The Dolphin House, a quirky masterpiece of conch shells, stones, and sea glass built by Bimini author Ashley Saunders. Dedicated to the beauty of wild dolphins and the colorful history of Bimini, this creative space and mini museum is decked out in dolphin mosaics, Lucayan artifacts and old military memorabilia.
Alice Town is known for beachside clapboard kitchens that serve seafood specialties like fish stew, baked land crabs and fresh spiny lobster. You can’t miss cold conch salad made to order in a roadside conch shack— and tame your thirst with a rum-based Goombay Smash or Bahamian Sands beer.
The craft center in Alice Town is comprised of vendor stalls selling original straw items and wood carvings. You can also pick up loaves of sweet, classic Bimini bread. A few small shops around town sell souvenirs, while the Straw Market is best for ceramics, art, music and spices.
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