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Man made or natural???

We went out on a snorkeling tour of Bimini road. There were many schools of fish and we got to... read more

Reviewed 22 July 2017
Pasadena, California
Easy way to tour the small island

Bimini Island is small and attractive. One quiet main road runs the length of the island. It is... read more

Reviewed 4 June 2017
St Helens, United Kingdom
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Natural rock formation or the ruined highway of the lost city of Atlantis? This long, flat stretch of limestone will have historians and geologists puzzling for years to come.
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Reviewed 22 July 2017

We went out on a snorkeling tour of Bimini road. There were many schools of fish and we got to dive down and examine the road. There were many elements that seem natural and yet many parts that had man made elements. You decide...

1  Thank marktzeng
Reviewed 4 June 2017

Bimini Island is small and attractive. One quiet main road runs the length of the island. It is easy to rent a golf cart for the day and choose where to stay off close to the pretty beaches or small towns for a meal or...More

3  Thank Ruth5757
Reviewed 6 January 2017

We grabbed a Golf Cart by the ferry drop off and went onto the Bimini roads. The island is not big so you won't get lost. There are coast roads to find a place to lay out or take photos.

4  Thank David T
Reviewed 29 December 2016

Have dived and snorkeled the legendary Atlantis Road several times over the past 10 years. Best at low tide for visuals. A mooring ball to anchor to, so easy access.

Thank Raeline B
Reviewed 13 December 2016

Keep in mind that if you decide to walk instead of taking the free hotel Tram to one of the local restaurants, you will be walking on the street or in the grass, because they don't have sidewalks.

Thank LIZ4142014
Reviewed 20 February 2016

Great place to anchor and snorkel the famous "entrance to Atlantis". However a west wind can make condition unfavorable and the water down right murky. Choose your days carefully.

Thank Rodney T
Reviewed 16 December 2015 via mobile

Lots of Fish & Sea Life. Full of all kinds of Energy & even a 1700'S ship wreck if you know what to look for! Depth about 4 meters for a good Snorkling Stop.

Thank Hoghaven
Reviewed 14 November 2015

You snorkel for about 10 minutes to follow the "road" and at first you wonder what all the mystery is about.....just looks like some large rocks under the water. But after a while the rocks flatten out and do, indeed, seem like road pavers. Our...More

Thank Sally M
Reviewed 22 October 2015

I was not impressed by the Bimini Road, maybe because it was all hyped up before I went to see it but it's really nothing spectacular, see a few rocks at the bottom of the ocean that may or may not have been a road...More

Thank EcoTraveler13
Reviewed 1 October 2015

The history of Bimini Road is ancient - the massive rocks, the reef/the fish and beauty of the bright blue sea is jaw dropping.

Thank sweetkurlz
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