Embark on a Belize island adventure on Glover’s Atoll, a protected marine park and designated World Heritage Site thirty-six miles offshore of mainland Belize. Glover’s Reef is one of the most spectacular marine environments in Belize and offers some of the best kayaking, snorkeling, and diving in the Caribbean. Due to its isolation from the mainland, the waters are exceptionally clear with a rich reef ecosystem.
On this remote reef adventure enjoy lots of flexibility as you choose from an assortment of daily guided activities. Paddle, kayak sail, fish, or SUP as you explore a pristine group of tropical islands set within a turquoise lagoon. Snorkel some of the 700 patch reefs in this thriving coral reef system. Or simply lay back, relax on the beach, and take in the views. You and your traveling companions can do things together or separately, making this trip ideal for families and couples of mixed abilities.
Throughout your trip you'll stay at the Adventure Basecamp on Southwest Caye, a 13-acre island within Glover's Reef Marine Reserve. Sleep in comfortable, safari-style tent cabanas right on the beach and dine on fresh seafood, tropical fruit, and local favorites.