The Berry Islands
The twelve square miles of the Berry Islands hosts championship sport fishing, a small golf course once appropriated by icons of the 1960's, and long stretches of private beaches. Amongst the 30 cays lie beautiful caverns, reefs, wall wrecks, and a massive 600-foot-wide blue hole that snorkelers and divers could plunge into with ease. Bill fishing and boating are popular here as well. Estimated Flight Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
Grand Bahama Island
Grand Bahama Island is one of the most diverse islands in the Bahamas. There is so much to do and a great resort to stay at. Here is where one of the world’s largest underwater caves systems is located. They also have beautiful beaches that never end and three national parks as well.
The Abacos
The Abacos is a 120 mile long island chain. There are many coves, bays, protected harbors that have full-service marinas and resorts along the coastlines. Great Abacos Island, Little Abacos, Marsh Harbour, Treasure Cay, Elbow Cay, and Green Turtle Cay are all located in this island chain.
This island is the capital of the Bahamas. The island boasts resorts, hotels, restaurants, shops, nightlife, a golf course, an aquarium and a casino. This is one of the more populated of the Bahamian islands. Estimated Flight Time: 50 Minutes
Andros Island has amazing natural surroundings from diving reefs, mangroves, birding and fishing flats.
Out of all the Bahamian islands, Bimini is the closest to the United States. Beautiful beaches bordering all along the island.