Sakara Beach, Bimini Bahamas: Island Lime Videos

Sakara Beach Bimini Bahamas

Bimini may be small, but what it lacks in size it makes up for with tons of white powder sand. Beaches, oh glorious beaches. Just about the entire western side of north and south Bimini are lined with beautiful beaches that just beg for your foot prints. What do you say we go make some.

This episode of Island Lime Videos was shot on the north end of North Bimini at a spot called Sakara Beach. This part of the beach is part of the Bimini Bay Resort, it has facilities like bathrooms, seats, loungers and most importantly…a bar serving cold Kalik and rum drinks.

Myself, Mr. Rum Connection and Shawn of Coastlines & Tan Lines stumbled upon Sakara Beach as we were island exploring in our trusty golf cart. We had a great time talking with Gio the bartender and watched as rain squalls passed by over the Gulf Stream. The storms never did come ashore and actually set the stage for some stunning photos and video footage.

Enjoy this video of Sakara Beach on Bimini, it’s the next best thing to actually being there.

Bimini Bahamas, Sakara Beach

Such a beautiful beach. We liked it so much we decided to pay Gio and the beach another visit the next morning. Sadly it was too early and the beach bar wasn’t open yet and Gio was no where in site. 10am too early to visit a beach bar? Nah. We still took a seat on the comfortable chairs and finished our roadie Kaliks. Conversations about the prior day filled the air and our eyes were fixed on the beauty laid out before us. I didn’t ever want to leave. Part of me never will.

Bimini Sakara Beach

Bimini Sakrara Beach

Bimini Sakara Beach

Bimini Sakara Beach

Bimini Sakara Beach

Have you been to Bimini and visited Sakara Beach? What was your experience like?

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By |2016-12-27T07:38:03-04:00October 12th, 2012|Bimini, Island Lime Videos, Islands, The Bahamas|2 Comments

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  1. Steve Vincent October 12, 2012 at 6:57 pm

    Ryan, Long time reader, first time replyer. Had chance to go to Bimini a few years back on a 30′ World Cat out of Lauderdale. Weather got a little marginal and with a new boat and new skipper we decided to bag it. Seeing your clip I wish we would have sucked it up for sure. Been a good life in Vail for sure but sometimes I long for the islands. Keep up your good works.

    Tips up,
    Vail, CO

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    RumShopRyan October 13, 2012 at 9:35 am

    Thanks for the comment Steve. If you didn’t feel comfortable then you probably did the right thing. After the boat though you should have jumped on the puddle jumper that flies to Bimini. 18 minutes in the air and you’re there. Most people do get there by boat though, which I would like to try next time.

    Stay warm in Vail this winter!

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