Liveaboard Diving at Ko Phi Phi

Hin Bida

Dive Site Hin Bida
Site Layout:
Sprawling limestone rock pinnacle with hard corals
Diving depth:
Surface to 26m
Mild to moderate
Up to 25m
Open water so can get choppy at certain points through the season
Site access:

Hin Bida (sometimes called Phi Phi Shark Point) is a gently sloping limestone pinnacle some five miles to the south of Ko Phi Phi Leh. Though you can be unlucky and not see Leopard Sharks, it is unusual to not see at least one sleeping the day away on the sand around the base of the pinnacle. While on the reef sections of the pinnacle you cans see schools of Five Line Snapper, and Neon Fusilier as well as numerous Harlequin and Oriental Sweetlips as well as various Groupers and Angel Fish.

The reef itself is mostly hard corals, but there are large patches of Hemprich's Soft Coral as well as numerous Feather Stars and Brittle Stars hanging from the plentiful Sea Fans and Bush Corals.

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