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Underwater Photo Location: Bida Nok

Underwater Photo Location: Bida Nok

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Limestone rock, one shallow side (south-east) with sandy slopes and staghorn-, table- and lobate corals, soft coral fields. Northern side is mainly wall transforming into boulders on the western part. Dendronephtya soft coral colonies, schools of trevallies and dog tooth tuna. Leopard and Blacktip sharks are common as well as Hawksbill turtles. Also intersting for macro stuff: seahorses, ghostpipe fish and various nudibranch species.
Facts about Bida Nok
  • It is in Thailand
  • Bida Nok is in the Andaman Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboarddayboatcavewallnightdrift

Marine Life
bigsmallsharksturtlescoralshoals

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglepfriendlyphireinstruction

by Tobias Reitmayr
Remora on Leopard Shark, taken at Bida Nok, Phi Phi Islands

by Tobias Reitmayr
Cleaning out the closet, Mantis shrimp, Bida Nok, Phi Phi Islands, Canon EOS 350d 18-55mm

by Tobias Reitmayr
Expressionist cephalopod, Bida Nok, Phi Phi Islands, Canon EOS 350d 18-55mm

by Tobias Reitmayr
Barrel sponges and dendronephthya soft corals on Bida Nok Wall, Phi Phi Islands, Canon EOS 350d 10-22mm

by Tobias Reitmayr
Hawksbill Turtle wondering, Bida Nok, Canon EOS 350d 10-22mm

by Tobias Reitmayr
Christine after the dive with videocam, Bida Nok, Canon EOS 350d 10-22mm

by Tobias Reitmayr
Leopard shark in Bida Nok, Phi Phi Islands, Canon EOS 350d 18-55mm

by Tobias Reitmayr
Tomato anemonefish in bulb anemone, Bida Nok, Phi Phi Islands, Canon EOS 350d 18-55mm

by Tobias Reitmayr
Ornate ghostpipe fish, from many shots finally one in focus, Bida Nok , Phi Phi Islands, Canon EOS 350d 18-55mm

by Mario Toldo
LEOPARD SHARK IN THE BLUE

by Karl Marchant
Nearly 40 minutes with this beautiful 6 metre whaleshark.... A real treat for Koh Bida!

by Karl Marchant
Fearsome Lizard Fish!

by Karl Marchant
'If we are really quiet, maybe he won't know we're here...' Zebra shark with 'groupies'

by Adriano Trapani
just everywhere today!!!

by Adriano Trapani
jelly is the WORD!!!

by John Nash
Puffer fish,

by Daniel Sasse
Phyllidia-Elegans a close up of the rhinophores of a wart slug

by Daniel Sasse
The Laughing Leo

by Tim Ho
A cushion, cucumber & a mountain... S95 - no strobes, photoshop or lightroom

by Daniel Sasse
Mantis Shrimp

by Daniel Sasse
Leopard (Zebra) Shark was taken at Koh Bida Nok 3 days ago! The most beautiful Fish underwater!!!

by William Angus
A Nice Fun Dive On Bida Nok - Thailand

by Tobias Reitmayr
Whip coral goby on Giant clam, Bida Nok Bay

by Tobias Reitmayr
Rockmover wrasse with cleaner, Bida Nok

by Tobias Reitmayr
Hawksbill turtle, early morning at Finger Reef, Bida Nok

by Tobias Reitmayr
Arm of Linckia laevigata. The little red spot on the upper end is considered its "eye" or better light receptor, described in a recent article in National Geographic. Bida Nok

by Henrik Rasmussen
Swirling barracudas

by Tobias Reitmayr
False Clown fish in anemone, Bida Nok
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