Great hammerhead safari

Is diving with hammerheads on your bucket-list? Well it’s time to start checking that list off! Join us in Bimini, Bahamas, for the best hammerhead dive, available on planet earth! Get up close and personal with the largest species of hammerhead shark!

These dives take place in shallow waters, off Bimini, normally in 20-35 ft of water, we sit on the ocean floor, and watch as these sharks graciously swim by us.
This is a great dive for any level of diver, especially beginners!

We are excited to unveil this thrill of a lifetime to our guests!

Space is limited to 12 lucky guests who will experience these elusive giants up close! Exact departure and arrival times will be chosen by the captain and are dependent on weather and tides.

See what it’s like!

Take a look at this video, showcasing our past experiences with these amazing sharks!

Prices and Dates

Join me in Bimini, Bahamas for what we believe to be the best hammerhead shark dive on earth!

Group 1

December 11-18, 2020

6 Spaces Left

Per Person Cost, From

$2565 USD Double Occupancy PP

$3318 USD Single Occupancy PP

2900 USD

Sale

Important Information

Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina is a boutique resort situated close to everything in Alice Town in North Bimini. Our accommodations include beautifully decorated rooms, cottages and penthouses. Our resort and marina guests can enjoy our fresh water swimming pool, shaded hammocks, complimentary water sports and LOTS more! The resort also is home to the Bimini Big Game Bar & Grill, Sharkies Bar & Grill, Neal Watson’s Bimini Scuba Center and of course our 75-slip full service marina.

What’s Included?

  • 7 nights accomodation
  • 6 sea days (Weather Dependent)
  • Skilled crew

What’s Not Included

  • Alcohol
  • Food
  • Dive insurance
  • Travel insurance
  • Transport
  • Flights
  • Gratuity
  • Dive Gear (can be rented)

Physical Requirements

For this ship-based trip, a relatively moderate level of exertion is required. You will need to be able to climb up the ladder of the snorkeling boat. This is an active expedition that requires mobility and good health.

While seas are generally calm on this expedition, it’s possible that we could encounter rough conditions which may cause issues for travelers prone to motion sickness. Please consult your physician about medications that control motion sickness.

Your Tour Organizer: Nadia Aly

“I want to show you the extraordinary animals that call our oceans home…” – Nadia Aly

Nadia Aly is a wildlife photographer who specializes in underwater photography. She holds a Masters in Digital Media from the Centre for Digital Media in Vancouver BC and has had her work featured on National Geographic, Sony World Photo, Underwater Photographer of the Year and Nature’s Best Photography.

She is also the owner of ScubaDiverLife.com – an online news portal for scuba diving & ocean conservation enthusiasts,