Dive Bunnies is a membership organisation for like minded scuba diving enthusiasts who are more interested in experiences, enjoyment, travel and personal improvement than how deep their last dive was.

We are a community first and foremost which means:

  • We are agnostic in terms of training agencies 
  • We are not a political organisation
  • We are conservationists
  • We believe in climate change 
  • We champion shark conservation

Dive Bunnies is a state of mind.

We are scuba divers who love being under the water, sharing bubbles and being chilled. All divers are welcome, and we have just as many boy bunnies as girl bunnies. Our only stipulation for being a dive bunny is that you leave your ego behind and smile...heaps!

We are mostly about scuba diving but you don't have to be a diver to become a Dive Bunny.

If you are new to scuba diving the you'll find a calm, friendly place where you can ask all your scuba diving questions and maybe meet a new dive buddy or two.

A scubadivers mask strap with "dive bunnies" written on it with the dive bunny logo, sitting on a rock with the tropical ocean in the background



As an organisation we are based in the UK but dive across the globe - although mostly in the northern hemisphere. 

Can I get Decompression sickness scuba diving?

Scuba diving has an enviable safety record but as with any activity it has a level of inherent risk that cannot be completely avoided - simply reduced.  Everything from equipment manufacturingRead more

Can I ignore my safety stop when diving?

This is always a bit of a controversial one but the answer is quite simply yes. Not only can you ignore your safety stop whilst scuba diving but there are occasions when, and circumstances under whiRead more

What is a safety stop in diving?

Put simply, a safety stop is a pause that a scuba diver makes during their return to the surface after a dive. The pause, or stop, is typically conducted at a depth of 5 metres (18 feet) for betweenRead more

Why You Should Care About Coral Bleaching

Unfortunately we’ve all heard the words ‘coral bleaching’ being used more and more in the last few years, but it’s not always explained to the full extent that it could be.Read more

How Do Fish Reproduce? Part 2

This is part 2 to our fish reproduction blog! Fish are a diverse taxonomy, and sometimes they don’t always fit neatly into boxed categories - they’ve been around a long time and have used that tiRead more

How Do Fish Reproduce?

This is the fourth edition of our 'I want to know about...' series! This week it's all about: Fish Reproduction! Read more

Is renting scuba diving equipment safe?

As your scuba diving develops so does your haul of equipment - most of it necessary, some of it less so - Phil, for example, has 4 BCDs for reasons that we can’t quite fathom and, despite his bestRead more

How do sharks reproduce?

This is the third in our series of  'I want to know about...' blogs. This one will cover the topic of shark reproduction. Reproduction is vital to a species’ survival, and you’d be surprisedRead more

Should I buy second hand scuba diving gear?

Every scuba diver wants their own dive gear…it’s completely natural and normal and why wouldn’t you?   We all look at the websites, the photos and the reviews. Let's face it, shiny new diveRead more

Sharks and their Senses

This is the second in our series of  'I want to know about...' blogs. This one will cover the topic of sharks’ senses and the fascinating facts surrounding them. An animal’s senses are vitalRead more

Front Zip vs Back Zip Wetsuits

Should you wear a front or back zip wetsuit? There isn’t really a right or wrong answer, however there are many opinions.  There are a few different types of zips for wetsuits - and there areRead more

Why are hammerhead sharks different?

This is the first in our series of  'I want to know about...' blogs.  We're looking at hammerhead sharks, and why specifically they've evolved so differently to every other species of shark.Read more


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