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We have been visiting Glover's Atoll Resort for the past 8 years and I never get tired of it. 1 week is barely enough time to settle in, I recommend 2 weeks. This is not a resort in the classic sense. No electricity or water...More
We recently returned from a 1 week stay at Glover's Atoll to celebrate Steve's 60th birthday and enjoy island life in Belize. The scuba diving was wonderful with professional, fun-loving staff. Snorkeling was very good and easily done by kayaking a short distance or swimming....More
This was the front end of a "romantic" adventure trip for my wife and I, chosen by her!
Island glamping at its best. Great staff, food, ambience, but you can't control mother nature. After day 1, high winds and thunderstorms affected days 2 and 3....More
I went to Glover's Atoll with several other students of a private school. We had a fairly young group of students and it was really a brilliant experience. There was great snorkeling and canoeing, and the people there were all extremely kind and hospitable. Hundreds...More
We had a blast on this remote coconut island. We bought food and water for the whole week in Dangriga and hitchhiked to Sittee River where you DON'T want to stay as it was disgusting. The website needs to be updated as buses don't run...More
Response from 88paulr2016 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the key to an enjoyable time at this place would be to be as self sufficient as possible. Bring your mosquito net, and if you don't need it, then it's not a big problem. I'd also bring a good pair of reef boots and a... More
Yes, the key to an enjoyable time at this place would be to be as self sufficient as possible. Bring your mosquito net, and if you don't need it, then it's not a big problem. I'd also bring a good pair of reef boots and a machete for getting into coconuts. Pick one up in belize city.
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"We preferred the North facing huts over the water as they sit over deeper water."