Koh Bida Nok

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Koh Bida Nok

Project Description

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Koh Bida Nok (outer island)

  • Distance: 56 kilometers
  • Boat trip: Approx. 150 minutes

  • Depth: 0-28 meters

  • Experience: Beginner to advanced

  • Type: Reef, coral garden, limestone

  • Visibility: Variable, 10-25 meters

  • Current: Variable, mild to medium

  • Corals: Hard corals, large sponges, colorful soft coral growth and beautiful sea fans

  • Fish: Rich of different kind of fish and other creatures

  • Highlights: Blacktip reef sharks, turtles, enormous snapper and barracuda schools

Koh Bida Nok is one of the best dive site at Phi Phi Islands and is located on the outer, southeastern end of the Phi Phi Islands archipelago. The strikingly shaped limestone rock juts out of the ocean with a correspondingly shallow entry into the sheltered bay. The dive site is accessible to certified divers of all experience levels. The dive site is located in an underwater national park, which means that try scuba diving and open water diver courses are not allowed.

During a day trip, usually two dives are done at Phi Phi Islands and one dive either at Shark Point, Anemone Reef or Koh Doc Mai. Furthermore, Phi Phi Islands can be dived as part of liveaboards (Southern Tour and Weekend Trips).

All dive sites are available on the day of the tour. Dive sites are selected based on weather conditions, currents, safety and suitability for the majority of divers on board. We can not guarantee specific dive sites before the boat departs.

The underwater topography is diverse with sandy bottoms, slope reefs, steep walls, small caves, large cracks and an enormous variety of healthy hard and soft corals. The dive site Koh Bida Nok is known for its snapper schools, which extend over large parts of the reefs. Trevally’s, barracudas and tunas share the habitat with many different anemonefish, surgeon fish, butterfly fish etc. The rare ghost pipefish can often be found in and around the large coral blocks. Blacktip reef sharks and rare leopard sharks cruise through the shallow reefs. Thus, the non-divers (snorkelers) get their money’s worth. Whale shark sightings are possible from May to August. Turtles, sea snakes and honeycomb moray eels are as common as cuttlefish and octopuses. A special highlight is certainly to dive into the giant snapper schools and being surrounded by thousands of yellow fish.

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I want to see Sharks, Mantas and Turtles – You need to be lucky, but as a passionate diver you hopefully will enjoy also all the other great and rare creatures at Phuket’s popular dive sites. Let yourself amaze about the bunch of various marine life and the divine underwater landscape.
Gate to a mystic world – Open it and get in touch with our experience diving instructors and become a certified, respectful and safe diver. For continuing education; keep calm and dive on!

Contact Info

87/18 Moo2 T. Rawai A. Muang 83130 Phuket

Phone: +66979243483

Web: Aloha Diving

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Thu 16

Scheduled Open Water Scuba Diver Course

14 August @ 8:00 am - 16 August @ 5:00 pm
Thu 16

Scheduled Advanced Adventurer Course

15 August @ 7:30 am - 16 August @ 5:30 pm
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