This whole day trip is diving, snorkeling and sightseeing experience for both divers and non divers. It is ideal way for divers to take their partners and families on the trip. We visit Phi Phi famous spots like Maya Bay without entering the beach which is now closed for restoration, Pileh lagoon and Viking cave during the trip and between the dives. Breathtaking sceneries of nature creations are best rewards of this trip.
Dive sites on Phi Phi
Koh Bida Nai has an amazing topography of underwater crevices, huge boulders, and fields of staghorn reef.
Stretched across the south and west coasts of the island is a gradual reef slope that starts at a depth of 5-10 m and is made up of hard corals like pore corals, table corals and staghorn corals. There are also some big boulders and a swim-through on the southern side.
Bamboo sharks, blacktip reef sharks and sea turtles are quite common in this area, especially on the eastern side of the island. Schools of barracuda and trevally are often sighted neat the east pinnacle, as are snappers, mackerel and other pelagic species. Macro species such as ghost pipefish, nudibranchs, and porcelain crabs are also frequently sighted.
Koh Bida Nok is characterised by steep precipices, caves, swim-throughs and underwater crags. It is no wonder that these two sister islands and nearby Palong Wall are three of the most popular dive sites in the Phi Phi Islands!