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2017 Tournament Passes

Welcome to Bimini, Bahamas, home to some of the best beaches in the world and the annual Junkanoo Jam basketball tournament! Interested in tickets to the games? We can help and we can’t wait to see you in paradise.

Thursday, November 23, 2017 - Saturday, November 25, 2017

Tournament Pass


Each tournament pass grants the bearer entry to all eight Junkanoo Jam games.

Things To Do in Bimini

Discover lots of things to see and do near the beautiful Hilton Resort in Bimini. Explore the authentic Bahamian village of Alice Town – a popular tourist spot which boasts several bars, restaurants, and a straw market. Admire the unique décor at the Dolphin House Museum, which was conceived and built by visionary Bahamian artist, Ashley B. Saunders. Take a boat trip to the Healing Hole in the mangroves; so named because of the beneficial health properties reported by those who have swam in it. Snorkel in the crystal clear ocean waters, or simply unwind on the soft whites sands of the island’s miles of beaches. Both amateur and keen divers will enjoy exploring the popular Sapona shipwreck site.


Tournament Schedule

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question that isn't listed below? Feel free to give us a call at (425) 776-2775.

Do I need a passport?

Yes, U.S. Citizens will need a passport that is valid upon entry. If you are from a country outside of the U.S. or Canada then you might be required to aquire a Bahamian visa as well. To get more information visit

Do I need to get an international cell phone plan?

Most likely you will need an international phone plan. Despite its close proximity, the Bahamas is a foreign country and may require an international plan depending on your cell phone carrier and plan. Please check with your provider before traveling to the Junkanoo Jam.

What type of money do they use in The Bahamas?

The Bahamas use their own currency called the Bahamian Dollar, however there is no need to change your money. US dollars are used as readily as Bahamian Dollars in The Bahamas and are equal in value.