Bida, Phi Phi wreck & Local Islands Dive Sites
Intermediate | 5-25m | Moderate currents
Glaed Gaeo, the newest wreck at Phi Phi is a ship which was sunk by the Royal Thai Navy on March 19 2014. The wreck is intended for diving and already has full marine life around it. The wreck is 47 meters in length
and is 13 meters wide. The wreck is surrounded with lionfish, pipefish, stingrays, squids and barracudas. Visibility is usually around 15-20 meters.
Novice | 5-25m | Mild currents
Bida Nok Island offers shallow, hard coral covered reef for beginner level scuba divers. On the other side of the island there is a beautiful wall covered in soft coral which descends all the way down to 30 meters.
There is plenty of marine life such as leopard sharks, turtles, morays and lionfish. This site should not be missed, there is always a possibility to spot mantas or even whale sharks.
Novice | 5-30m | Mild-Strong currents
. Ao Nui dive site is a bay on the west side of Phi Phi Don sheltered by giant rocks. On the west side of the site there are large pinnacles with swim-troughs and which are covered in soft coral. Possibility to spot
leopard sharks and large schools of trevallies
Novice | 6-20m | Mild currents
Hin Klai dive site on the east side of Phi Phi Ley. A lone reef covered in Anemone coral and giant fan corals a little bit further away from the island. Possibility to spot leopard sharks. Large schools of fusiliers,
cuttlefish and turtles.
Raya Office is located at Nopparat Thara area, few hundred meters away from the departure point for all the sea excursions. Our retail store offers great selection of latest water sports, snorkeling and scuba diving equipment.
We are open in year around and operate
Raya Guest House to accommodate travelers.
Raya Divers Co Ltd
153/7-8, Moo 5, Ao Nang A. Muang,
Krabi 81000 Thailand
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