Phi Phi Hin Daeng & Hin Muang

May 12th 2010 | Posted by
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Dive sites of Phi Phi Island, Koh Ha, Hin Daeng and Hin Muang

Phi Phi Island

Koh Bida Nok and Koh Bida Nai are two limestone islands in the south of Phi Phi Island with nice swim-throughs,

rugged caves, overhangs and sheer walls.

Large profusion of soft corals, sea fans, black corals and stringy sea whips creates a beautiful coral garden.

All kind of tropical fish, octopus, Kuhl’s stingray, moray eels, turtles and leopard sharks are found here. With a average of 10-20 meters visibility and low to moderate currents this dive site is suitable for all divers.

Koh Ha Yai and Koh Ha Nua

These two limestone islands are part of the Hin Daeng group.

Both boast caverns large and small, opening up into a huge cathedral.

Outside you can see enormous gorgonians, sea fans, radiant soft corals, sea whips, and many schools of colourful fish life. Visibility can be around 15 meters with low currents at this dive site.

Hin Daeng

South of Phi Phi Islands is an underwater pinnacle with 3 meters clear of the surface.

The east side boasts fantastic gardens of hard and soft corals.

Whale Sharks and manta rays are regularly seen around these dive sites more frequently in the last few seasons. Visibility averages around 20 meters.

Hin Muang

Just a short distance away from Hin Daeng a 20 m wide and 200 m long rock formation is completely submerged.

The rock is covered with purple soft corals and anemones, sea fans, and has a huge variety of tropical fish schools around.

This dive site has low to moderate currents and visibility 20 – 30 meters are possible.

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