Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai are the southernmost islets of Phi Phi Archipelago. The islands are just two limestone rocks jutting from the turquoise-blue waters of Andaman Sea, about 1.5 Km south of Phi Phi Leh and 8 km from Ton Sai Bay, 40-minute boat ride. Under protection of Hat Noppharat Thara-Mu Ko Phi Phi National Park, the islands offer exciting diving opportunities with sloping rocky walls covered by colourful coral gardens and a great abundance of marine life. Koh Bida Nok, which means ‘Outer Father’ in Thai, is the larger of the two and it is suitable to all level of divers. The small islet is stunning both above and below the water, and is regarded as Phi Phi's best diving. Usually divers begin exploring the underwater of Koh Bida Nok from the eastern side of the island and then swim to the south around the rock. The south-western side of rock islet is where you'll find the most beautiful coral and rock formations. The limestone cliffs descend dramatically into the sea and are covered with soft corals and purple, green, blue and pink anemones. The reef is rich also of sea fans, sea whips, giant brain corals, table corals and bubble coral. Koh Bida Nai, which means ‘Inner Father’ in Thai, is like its larger sister island, with similar characteristics above and below the sea surface but can also be visited by snorkellers as its eastern side is shallow enough to enjoy this activity. Here you will swim between Harlequin-ghost Pipefish, Needlefish, Seahorses, Black Tip Reef Sharks and huge shoals of Snappers and Barracuda. You will explore the hard and soft corals, anemones and gorgonian sea fans, including hides the voracious Lionfish.Read More
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