Koh Bida Nai has an amazing topography of underwater crevices, huge boulders and fields of staghorn reef.

Leopard sharks are quite common in this area, especially on the eastern side of the island. Blacktip Reef sharks and Whitetip Reef sharks have been known to make apperances in the area and be sure not to startle bamboo sharks which may be hiding under the rocks or in cracks.


Boasting a remarkably dramatic underwater topography, Koh Bida Nok is characterized by steep precipices, caves, swim throughs and underwater crags. It is no wonder that Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai are the two most popular divesites in the Phi Phi islands.

Kuhl’s stingrays are common in the area and look out for small bamboo sharks in cracks. Look to the blue beyond the reef and you may also see schools of pickhandle barracudas and bigeye snapper. Along the reef, you will also find a variety of colorful reef fish, such as pufferfish, porcupinefish and lionfish.

Our big boat is going to Koh Bida 3 times per week.