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Ko Bida Nok Boasting a remarkably dramatic underwater topography, Koh Bida Nok is characterized by steep precipices, caves, swim-throughs and underwater crags. It’s no wonder that Koh Bida Nok and its sister island Koh Bida Nai are two of the most popular divesites in the Phi Phi Islands! There is a small underwater bay at the southern side of the island made up of a reef slope and rocky floor that starts at 6 mt and ends in a sandy bottom at 20 mt. A vertical swim-through at the southwest side of the island, beautifully illuminated by surface light, is not to be missed. Divers who have obtained Cavern Diving Specialty or who are in training with a certified instructor may also want to check out a narrow cave on the northern side of the island. The cave’s entrance is at 20 mt and the wall is covered with colourful soft corals and gorgonians. Outcrops of various sizes are scattered along the west coast, sloping down to depths of 26-28 mt, while the east coast is a reef slope with a mixture of hard and soft corals and small outcrops.
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