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Bimini Islands

Bimini is often referred to as the "Gateway to the Bahamas" due to its proximity to the United States. It has long been a popular destination for boaters, anglers, and water sports enthusiasts seeking a tropical escape. The island's clear waters offer excellent opportunities for snorkeling, scuba diving, and deep-sea fishing.

One of the most famous attractions in Bimini is the Bimini Road, also known as the "Road to Atlantis." This underwater rock formation is believed by some to be the remnants of an ancient civilization, sparking intrigue and speculation among archaeologists and visitors alike. Bimini has a rich history and is associated with famous figures such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who visited the island in July 1964 to rest, reflect, plan and work on his Nobel Prize acceptance speech and Ernest Hemingway, who spent a significant amount of time on the island and wrote about it in his novels.

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