Diving at Koh Phi Phi
Koh Bida Nok is a excellent Phi Phi Diving site located south of Phi Phi Ley. Bida Nok is the outer Island of Koh Bida Nai and Koh Bida Nok.
On the east side of the island you will find a steep reef of large boulders covered with soft coral. In the north eastern side a sheer wall can be found dropping down to 30 meters.
The west side is completely different and you will find small boulders covered with hard corals and gorgonian fans around these a shallow sandy bottom with an average depth of 16 meters.
This area is very good for finding leopard sharks, and the odd Black tip. But also this dive site is excellent for pipefish, nudibranch’s and seahorses.
More information about diving in general in Phi Phi, how to get there and what to do apart from diving at our Dive Phi Phi Islands guide.
Koh Bida Nok Dive Site facts:
- Location: Two large outcrops directly South of Phi Phi Ley
- Site Depth: 0 – 30 meters
- Site Visibility: 10 – 25 meters
- Currents: Mild / Moderate
- Difficulty Rating: Easy diving