Phi Phi Diving – Koh Bida Nai

Koh Bida Nai and Koh Bida Nok are two tiny islands located at the southern tip of the Phi Phi islands and about 45km south-east of Phuket. They lie within a national marine park and offer some of the best diving Phuket has to offer. Bida Nok means ‘Outer Father’ and Bida Nai means ‘Inner Father’. Their sheer limestone walls drop dramatically into the sea, are covered in colourful corals and large gorgonian sea fins and make some fascinating Phi Phi diving. Likely encounters here include leopard sharks, turtles and huge schools of snappers.


Daily – 3 dive trip to Phi Phi Islands and Shark Point.  Certified divers only

Visibility – 5 to 20 metres

Currents – Mild to moderate

Depth – 3 – 30 metres

Marine Life

Black-tip reef sharks, leopard sharks, Khul’s stingrays, turtles, anemonefish, Durban dancer shrimps, filefish, giant, fimbriated and white-eyed moray eels, snappers, giant trevallys, peacock mantis shrimps, sweetlips, scorpionfish, blue ringed and emperor angelfish, lionfish, groupers, banded sea snakes, porcupinefish, pufferfish, barracudas, batfish, yellow and spotted boxfish, cuttlefish, anemone crabs, octopus. Occasionally whale sharks.

Phi Phi Diving and Shark Point

3 Dives – Price 3,900 THB + 500 THB equipment rental + 600 THB marine park fees.
Pick-up 7.15-7.45am, return 6.30-7pm.


  • Expert Guiding
  • Dives
  • Tanks, weights & weights belts
  • Hotel transfers (Rawai, Nai Harn, Kata, Karon, Patong)
  • Breakfast, lunch and refreshments.


(Equipment rental = BCD, regs, wetsuit, mask, fins)