Your meals in Bimini

Because each group has their own food preferences, our custom trips typically do not include meals. There is always the option of adding a kitchen stocked with food, meals and also a chef if you wish. Whichever your preference, you have multiple options:

1) Eat out. I highly recommend you eat out at least a few times while here, Bimini offers some delicious seafood and there’s plenty of opportunity to eat lots of fresh fish and conch (cracked conch is one of my favorite foods here in Bimini)

2) Local cook or private chef. We can arrange for a local cook or a private chef to prepare and serve your food for you if you wish.

3) Buy food in Bimini. Most clients appreciate a shopping trip or two to the local store, enjoying the experience and meeting more locals. Buying food on Bimini is good for the local economy. Food is typically twice the cost it is in the US, and variety is limited.

3) Bring your food. If you are on a particularly restrictive diet or love to cook with specific ingredients, you may want to bring some or most of your food to Bimini. Customs is very used to tourists bringing boxes of food, and you have a $100 per person allotment before you pay any duty on food that you bring into the Bahamas.

Fresh Seafood: We respect all dietary preferences. While Bimini is famous for the freshness of its seafood, if you are on a custom trip and do not want any fish or fishing, just let us know and none will happen.

If you enjoy fresh fish, I can go spearfishing on your trip and provide you with the freshest fish possible. And you are welcome to participate. All spearfishing is done with great respect and appreciation (read more here).

We wish for you to have a most enjoyable trip with us; if you have any questions about the above arrangements, please let us know.