Lagoonal areas of Bimini are fringed with mangroves, salt
tolerant trees that thrive in sheltered inter-tidal tropical areas.
Mangroves are recognized as one of the most productive and valuable
habitats on the planet. They provide a refuge and nursery
ground for more than 140 species that find food and shelter in
these areas. Conch, bonefish, lobster and reef fish thrive in
the tangled mangrove tree roots in North Bimini's lagoon.
In order to preserve this natural wonder and to protect the food
source that makes Bimini a fishing paradise, Bimini Bay Resort is
engaging in a habitat creation and restoration program that will
maintain the surrounding mangrove wetlands. Together with marine
biologists and governmental organizations, Bimini Bay Resort is
committed to preserving the natural wonders of Bimini for
generations to come.
Bimini Bay Resort & Marina participates in a wide variety of
community involvement activities throughout the year. From
children's camps and beach cleanup events to community events
produced by the resort, Bimini Bay Resort is invested in Bimini's
unique island culture and continues to explore ways to enhance
programming that supports those who call Bimini home.
Bimini Bay Resort & Marina has partnered with Pack for a
Purpose to provide school supplies and other necessities to under
priviliged youth in Bimini. Help support Bimini Bay Resort's
partnership with the island's Louise McDonald High and Bimini
Primary Schools by packing with a purpose!
Learn about Bimini Bay Resort's partnership and how you can Pack for a Purpose!