Dive with Big Sharks in the Bahamas
Half & Full Day Cage Diving in Beautiful Bimini
Spend an incredible Day cage diving with big sharks, in the crystal clear waters of the Bahamas.
The Bahamas is one of the best places in the world to see and
photograph big sharks in the wild
See Bull Sharks, Hammerhead Sharks, Tiger Sharks, Reef Sharks, Nurse Sharks and more.
No dive certification is required. You'll be required to supply your own mask and optional 3 mil wetsuit.
Our Bahamas shark adventures feature the use of a floating shark cage and surface-supplied air. Located just 53 miles east of Miami, Bimini is a tropical paradise and an ocean-lovers dream. Dive with sharks, then swim with wild dolphins, stingrays or loggerhead turtles.
Our half and full-day "shark safaris" depart from Neal Watson's Bimini Scuba Center at the Bimini Big Game Club Resort and Marina. The resort is located on North Bimini in Alice Town.
Bimini Shark Adventure Details
Cage dive in Bimini. No dive experience is required. Our friends from Neal Watson’s Bimini Scuba Center will teach you all you need to know to cage dive with sharks.
You’ll want to wear sunblock and bring a towel, a dive/snorkel mask and a camera. In the event weather prevents you from diving as scheduled, you will be given the option of rescheduling for a future trip. There is no refund. The purchase of travel insurance is mandatory.
Cage Dive Price Per Person $875. Top Side Observer Per Person $375
Call for available dates: 800-644-7382 / 941-346-2603
Why Cage Dive Bimini ?
Variety of Big Sharks Just Minutes from Shore
Year-round sunshine and great tropical weather
Half-day charters available
Easy access from Florida
How can I get to Bimini?
You can get to Bimini by commercial airline, or by taking a ferry, private boat, helicopter or seaplane from South Florida. We’ll be happy to help you arrange transportation to Bimini. If you decide to take a ferry from Miami, the trip takes about two hours.
Most visitors arrive by commercial airline through Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) or via the larger Bahamian airports; i.e. Nassau (NAS) or Freeport (FPO).
Flying from Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL) and several other Florida cities: Silver Airways (801) 401-9100
Getting to Bimini from Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island
Although Atlantis is on a different island in the Bahamas, daily flights are offered between Nassau and Bimini aboard Western Air.
Do I need a passport to visit Bimini?
A passport is required to visit Bimini
Are US dollars accepted on Bimini?
Yes. US dollars are accepted everywhere on Bimini.
Scheduling & Weather Policy
Advance reservations are necessary. Join a scheduled trip, or arrange a private full or half-day charter. Note: If we are forced to cancel your trip or private charter due to weather or mechanical reasons, there is NO REFUND. You will receive a “raincheck” good for a future date. The purchase of trip insurance is mandatory.
No Shark Guarantee
Although we have a 100% success rate, we cannot guarantee you'll see Bull Sharks, Hammerheads or any other specific shark species. If you don't see sharks, there is no refund. We can promise you that we'll take you to the best possible locations for viewing sharks and do everything in our power to make sure you have an incredible adventure in the Bahamas.
Bimini actually consists of two small islands: South Bimini and North Bimini . Our shark expeditions depart from Bimini Big Game Resort and Marina on North Bimini. You can fly into Bimini Airport (BIM) on South Bimini and take a water taxi to the marina, or you can arrive at the resort via boat, seaplane or helicopter. We highly recommend a scenic seaplane flight from Florida aboard Tropic Airways. It’s possible to fly f rom Florida in the morning, shark dive and return to Florida by evening.
All participants are required to sign a Release of Liability and certify their own good health prior to participation. Call 800-644-7382 with any questions.
E-mail or call Cage Diver
today for further details: 800 644-7382