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Tourist diving at the Bimini Road to Atlantis
Bimini Road To Atlantis
Scuba Divers at the Bimini Road

The Bimini Road, or the Lost City of Atlantis, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bimini because of the mystery surrounding the site. In the 1930s, an American psychic named Edgar Cayce reported that he had spoken with a person who had lived in the Lost City of Atlantis in a former life. This Atlantean told Cayce that Atlantis had been near Bimini. Cayce predicted that portions of the temples of Atlantis would become visible near Bimini in '68 or '69.

When a private pilot flying over the waters near North Bimini reported seeing a strange parallel structure in shallow water, many people believed these were either walls from Atlantis or a mysterious road leading to Atlantis. And, thus, the mystery of the Atlantis Road was born.

Dive Depth: 15 Feet

Dive Features

These underwater rock formations consist of a 0.8 km (0.50 mi)-long northeast-southwest linear feature composed of roughly rectangular to sub-rectangular limestone blocks uniquely patterned. Dive in and see the amazing colourful aquatic life that lives within it.

Best Times to Dive

The best times are Spring and Summer months when the weather is ideal.

Best Access to Dive Spot

Take a boat out about a mile off Bimini's west coast, opposite Resorts World Bimini. 

For More Information, Contact:

Mr. Krischen Small
King's Highway, Bimini ,
(242) 347-2941

Boundaries and names shown do not necessarily reflect the map policy of the National Geographic.

Latitude: 25.759448000
Longitude: -79.279745000
Elevation: 0 FT (0 M)
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