Koh Bida Nok - Phi Phi
"Covered in fan corals, funnel corals, this is a favourite hang out for lionfish and scorpion fish."
Extending to the southwest is a beautiful strip reef sloping gently down to 22 metres. Covered in fan corals, funnel corals, this is a favourite hang out for lionfish and scorpion fish. Head over to the west side for a stunning wall dive with the shoals of snapper and the rainbow runners and jacks hunting the glass fish and silversides.
Spend some time cruising the sandy bottom extending out from the lagoon and look for elegant leopard sharks, Kuhl’s stingrays and the always entertaining and frisky pharaoh cuttlefish. Don’t forget to look up as you may well see a large school of Fosters barracuda circling above you!
Current at Koh Bida is rarely stronger than moderate and as most dives are planned as boat pick up dives so this is seldom a problem.
- Sea or land transfers
- Accomodation, if any
- All meals
- Air transportation, if any
- Travel Insurance
- Basic Equipment Rental
- Course fee or instructors fee
What you can see in Koh Bida Nok
Best Time to Dive at Koh Bida Nok
Koh Bida Nok is one of the popular dive spots in Phi Phi Island. And being a popular dive shop, it’s popularity is vast which means it is best to have a reservation beforehand. The recommended month to visit Koh Bida Nok is from February to May where in the visibility of the water is clearer. It is also a great advantage since the water temperature is just right.
From Phuket International Airport, you’ll be riding a bus or taxi in order to arrive to your next destination which is Phi Phi Don wherein you’ll have to board a boat that will travel to Phi Phi Island. Once you’ve docked, you’ll have to find ride another boat in order to finally see the magnificent Koh Bida Nok
Airport > Bus/Taxi > Ao Chalong > Boat > Phi Phi Island > Boat > Koh Bida Nok
|Best Diving Season||February to May|
|Water Temperature||27°C – 30°C|
|Marine Animal Highlights||Lionfish, Leopard Shark and Kuhl’s Stingray|
|Water Visibility||5 meters to 20 metres|
|Transportation||Bus/Car, SpeedBoat, Yachts, Liveaboard|