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Getting in to Glover´s Reef Atoll

World Heritage Site

Basic accomadations

Our camp



Fresh fish every day

Divemaster Brian is having a hard day

Park Station

Strong Girl

The essentials

Glover´s Atoll is such a place where you start giving the pelicans a name after a while. We called our one Albert. He was usually seen on the early morning and afternoon checking us out. Meanwhile we were busy trying cracking up fresh coconut and digesting the fresh fish we eat every day. Our tent was pitched on a fairly busy place. At day time every now and then a snorkeler travelled by enjoying the marvel of the underwater world 5 meter off the beach. Short before dusk another show kept us excited every day: sharks and rays started patrolling the beach looking for leftovers from the kitchen.

As a former pirate outpost and hideaway needless to say Glover´s always attracted a certain assemblage. The family who runs the Island today is a incredible mix of Belizean history and it seems like most of the guests are having quite a few story’s to tell as well.

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