Koh Bida Nok

Koh Bida Nok Dive and Snorkel Site

The best dive plan is to begin shallow in the south and slowly descend along Finger Reef Ridge.

You should see a steep decorated wall with brain and bubble corals eclipsed by gigantic sea fans.

Shark fans are regularly rewarded with sightings of leopard sharks, black tips, tuna, jacks, and whale sharks during the plankton season.

There are several unrestricted swim-throughs on the west side of the island with boulder formations and underwater rock structures creating stunning backdrops for the environment.

Take a careful look inside the cracks and rock crevices and you will find nudibranch, white-eyed morays, the eternally shy seahorse, pipefish and other captivating macroscopic creatures.

Koh Bida Nok Dive Site Facts

Best Dive Months: November to April

Average Depth: 8 meters

Maximum Depth: 25 meters

Visibility: 15 - 25 meters

Currents: Weak to Moderate

Hazards: None Noted

Marine Life: Nudibranch, Black Tip Sharks, Scorpion Fish, Sponges, Sea Whips, Fusilier Fishes.

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