Pipefish in Bida Nai - Phuket Dive Tours


Bida Nai is an Island  locate to the south of Koh Phi Phi Ley, this small Island has some great diving and the dive site best area is the western reef. The west part of the reef is home to many types of macro marine life so look into the cracks for hidden chances to see Nudi’s, Ornate Ghost pipefish. white eyed morays, and sea horses. Divers can Follow the reef down to the South and western slopes this will take you to some large boulders and swim throughs, here you may get the chance to spot Black tip reef sharks cruising past in the shallows, or leopard sharks swimming past.


If you choose to circumnavigate and dive at Bida Nai dive site then start the dive from the south to the east side, on the eastto find large sandy bottoms and fields of Staghorn Corals, keep a look  at the shallow reef at around 5 m for large dominant Black tip reef sharks, or the odd Turtle that tends to be feeding, also look on the sandy bottom at around 20m for resting leopard sharks.
Marine life at Bida Nai is awesome theres huge Gorgonian sea fans sea whips and soft colourful corals, blue spotted sting rays can be found in the sandy areas, along with the well hidden Bearded Scorpion fish that disguise themselves amid the rocks. Wrasse, Parrot fish and large schools of moorish Idols seem to dominate shallow waters. If you are taking pictures better turn the strobes off as the sharks will take off as soon after you first shot. Lastly Manta Rays and Whale sharks do periodically visit this locations.


When you take a Scuba diving trip to Bida Nai island, you may be lucky and spot the very famous Whale Sharks and Manta Rays, thats be known to frequently visit these Islands occasionally.

Typically we leave Phuket and dive on a large Diving Boat destined to dive Phi Phi dive sites the boats can have they can have  40- 60 divers.


If you have not dive in a while you may want to take a scuba diving Refresher while diving at Phi Phi Islands better dive sites with one of our instructors they will make sure you have fun and dive safe, they will review any concerns on your diving skill, discuss with you skills you may want to practice as part of a day trip diving, and he or she will also act as your private dive buddy and underwater tour guide. please add 100 thb to the day trip price

Bida Nai Safe Diving at Phi Phi Island

Our Promise to You, Be confident in knowing that when you book a Phi Phi Diving Trip, we provide you with the best service, we do not employ Dive Master Intern Trainee’s, inexperienced Diving instructors or Back Packing Scuba Instructors to take you “Scuba diving at Phi Phi Island” We can assure you now that your diving instructor will have many years experience, holding valid work permits, Professionals that take your safety seriously and knows the Phi Phi Islands diving conditions and what to find and where to find it. (accidents do happen and you can research and read all about this on Google to highlight the problems that can happen at Phi Phi Dive site)


Phi Phi Islands Koh Bida Nai Dive site is ideal for Adventure Dives Open water certified divers and students taking courses.. If you are thinking of completing your Advance Open Water Diver Course at Bida Nai Phi Phi please let us know you can complete the course in 2 days by completing 5 Adventure Dives and we can help plan you course at Bida Nai. Its likely you will dive with your PADI Instructor at Phi Phi Islands “Koh Bida Nai Island “as part of the 2 Day Advanced Open Water Course.

Phi Phi Diving National Marine Park Fees

Marine park fees are to be added starting from the 1st of April 2016 for all scuba diving at Phi Phi Mu Ko Phi Phi. National Park Officials expect to start collecting cash from all scuba divers visiting Phi Phi from Phuket a national park entrance fee of 400 baht as well also having to pay 200 baht extra fee (total 600). The 200-baht fee applies to all 18 designated dive spots.


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