Hin Bida

Hin Bida is a submerged reef located between the Bida Islands and Koh Lanta. At low tide the reef breaks the surface and gradually drops to 20m, the majority of this dive is no deeper than 14m making it a good option if doing a three dive trip. The reef lies north to south, with three fingers towards the south and southwest that are separated by sandy patches. This part of the reef is the most vibrant.

  • Suitable for divers and snorkelers

    Hin Bida is accesible for all.

  • Currents

    Mild to strong. We use the tide tables in our dive planning.

  • Visibility

    Although visibility varies and can sometimes drop below this average, the normal visibility around this site is 8 – 25m

  • Great place to see and to photograph

    These sites are excellent for  Macro Photographers. they are a great place to see  caves, turtles, frog fish, corals, trigger fish, sharks, nudibranch, and shoals of Barracuda as well as much much more.

Leopards Sharks are often seen here lying on the sandy areas, also look out for Stonefish and Pharaoh cuttlefish with a very distinct blue and while pattern.

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