CARIBBEAN ⎮ Bahamas
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A white sandy bottom at 20 feet deep doesn’t sound exciting—until the resident sharks come into view. Tiger Beach offers open water shark dives with tiger sharks, great hammerheads, Caribbean reef sharks, lemon sharks, and spotted dolphins. Photographers will love the crystal clear waters and the toothy subject matter, but bring your big-boy/girl pants—nuzzling a giant lemon shark isn’t for everyone.
DIVE SEASONS - Spring is mating season for many fish and lobster (crawfish), schools of Mahi Dolphin fish are abundant. June Mutton Snapper school. Late summer the Orange Sponges spoor. October Manta Rays are more common. December/January you can find massive Nassau Grouper mating schools. Winter you may see schools of Hammerhead sharks (San Sal and Conception) or a whale shark.
Swimming with the dolphins in Bimini is sure to be the highlight of your visit. An amazing adventure with dolphins that are completely wild and in their natural environment. If you have ever wanted to swim with wild dolphins, Bimini is the place to do it ... and we have the crew, the boats, and the experience to make your adventure a success. Single day dolphin adventures - $125 per person.
Interested in a shallow water shark adventure? Just a few miles from Bimini, Caribbean reef sharks (and occasionally a few other species) make their home on reefs that are scarcely 12 feet deep. It's an excellent opportunity to observe these fantastic creatures using only snorkel gear as they roam their natural habitat.