• Blog - Dive Tenerife
    Divemaster Internship Archive Harrison Well its the 10th week of my Divemaster Internship already and I cant believe how quick its going. I imagine after a week of being home I’ll want to be back out here diving again, and that’s what just might happen… Big news for paradise divers is Read More
  • Divemaster Internship
    Divemaster Internship Archive 1 Dan Lambert DM Training questions – What kind of cheese do you use to coax a bear out of a cave? These are the kind of questions we ponder whilst bouncing around on the boat, on our way to my favourite turtle dive site. Upon arriving, Read More
  • Blog - Dive bouyancy tenerife
    Buoyancy How can I get Buoyancy Control! Archimedes’ principle indicates that the upward buoyant force that is exerted on a body immersed in a fluid, whether fully or partially submerged, is equal to the weight of the fluid that the body displaces.. It acts in the upward direction at the Read More
  • Navigation blog tenerife
    Navigation Tips I know where I want to go, but how do I get there? One of our divers recently asked me a question  “How do you do it? Lead a dive and know exactly where you are going and how to get back to the anchor?” Well as it Read More
  • Cuttlefish - Paradise Divers Tenerife
    Cuttlefish What do you think of them? Cuttlefish are among one of the most unusual marine life in Tenerife. Luckily we see them at most of our dives sites.  It’s always interesting to watch them change colour and pattern so rapidly depending on their mood and to become camouflaged to Read More
  • Blog - Diving Tenerife divemaster
    Have you ever felt the urge? Why do you need “to go” more often when diving? A question that was raised by one of our scuba divers on a recent trip; “why can I go for hours and hours on dry land and not need a wee, but as soon Read More
  • Blog - Angel Shark Tenerife
    Angel Shark Have you been lucky enough to see one? Interesting, weird looking and sadly now an endangered species, Angel sharks belong to the family of Squatinidae. These sharks have stretched-out bodies and wide pectoral fins that largely resembles with sting-rays. There are around 16 species that fall under the Read More