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.

We are passionate about the ocean.  We support Project Aware and Bite Back to help spread the word and make sure our oceans can be enjoyed by future generations of 'Dive Bunnies' forever...

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. 

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

No - the dive guide is NOT responsible for your dive!

If you follow any of the various scuba diving forums that litter the internet then you will often see discussions regarding the role of a dive guide and how much responsibility that individual has onRead more

Quarter Turn Back - no debate

OK - so we know that we have already talked about this a while ago in our blog Tank on or off - the big quarter turn debate but it just keeps popping up time and again. There’s lots of things to cRead more

PADI, BSAC or SSI - which way should I certify?

Starting out in scuba diving is both exciting and a little bit daunting.  You are entering a world of strange equipment, practices and weird words; but it's a world that you will very quickly come Read more

What is the first item of scuba diving equipment I should buy?

Buying your first scuba diving equipment is both exciting and somewhat daunting. If you have a budget the size of a small country then it is time to go mad and buy everything in the shop but forRead more

Scuba diving with your children

This topic is something us Dive Bunnies are intrigued by. You can find many blogs on the subject of children diving - the age restrictions, depth limits etc. but what about from the parentalRead more

What if I feel sick whilst diving?

It may be the boat trip, it may be the night before or it may even be some of your buddies but there is always an outside chance that you could feel a bit icky under the water.  It’s really rare,Read more


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