Glover's Atoll Resort

Address: PO Box 2215, Glovers Reef Atoll, Belize Cayes, Belize | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on PO Box 2215, Glovers Reef Atoll, is near Belize Cave Tubing, cave-tubing.com, Explore Belize Caves, and X-Stream Cave Tubing.
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      Travel Blogs from Glovers Reef Atoll

      Beautiful Belize - you'd better Belize it!

      A travel blog entry by rene77 on May 05, 2014

      364 photos

      ... break in the coral where fisherman used to dump fish guts before returning to port. This attracted sharks and stingrays to the area and although this doesn’t happen anymore, tour companies still feed them to keep them to the area. The engine lures them to the boat and when we jumped in we were surrounded by sharks; I’d say 15! Luckily they were only nurse sharks so not dangerous but still quite big! Noel caught a shark in his arms and we were able to touch its ...

      Captain Buzzkill And The Bushy Tits

      A travel blog entry by doove on Jan 21, 2014

      84 photos

      ... shot down everything I said with ‘yeh, you and 1000 others’ which I overlooked the first couple of times but then it was like Fuuuuuuuucccccck offffffffff! Then when we did get in the water he naturally bought all his own gear and would just basically flipper you in the face, and do all this stupid upside down stuff as if he was king of the snorkelers. At one point he went right up to a giant stingray, which brushed against him but unfortunately didn’t ...

      The "Un-Belize-able" Airboat Adventure

      A travel blog entry by sudell on Nov 15, 2013

      1 photo

      ... of refugees from neighbouring republics. The result is a fairly broad blend of racial types all educated in English (at least for all the newer generations). After the city tour, it was on to the Almond Hill Mangrove Lagoon and the Airboat Station. Of course, the rain did not let up, but the airboat operators did have ponchos for us (no charge!) to use. As it turned out, when racing through the mangrove lagoon with 450 Chevy Horsepower at your back, the ponchos weren't ...

      Welcome to Paradise!

      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Aug 18, 2013

      14 photos

      This morning we were setting off for our week long stay at Glovers Reef, a small and remote, fairly primitive island about 3 hours off the coast of Belize. It is situated on the edge of a large (80 square miles) atoll which is a world heritage site marine reserve, within which there are around 700 patch reefs. So basically a huge rectangle of coral reefs providing a large sheltered lagoon full of more coral and tons of marine life.

      So we packed up and waited on ...

      Belize had better be really good...

      A travel blog entry by lucytowill on Jul 14, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... down too. Just what you want when you need to travel for over 12 hours on buses, taxis and speedboats!

      To cap it all the bus leaked in about 87 different places so none of us got any drier en route! Also it seemed the bus driver wasn't entirely sure where we were going as we circled the same block about 4 times before he stopped, gave a policeman some money and then pressed on. Whether he was paying for directions or simply doing the usual bribery dance ...