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glover's reef atoll
Dive in the reserve.
See the reef.

Glover’s Reef is one of four atolls found in the western hemisphere (Belize has three) and is a protected National Reserve, making it one of the most unique and pure diving experiences you’ll ever have. Located 15 miles outside the Great Barrier Reef and some 70 miles from Belize City is Belize's most remote atoll. On the souteast end, the six coral isles sitting atop the reef provide easy access for diving, snorkeling an d sea kayaking.

Explore the circular coral formation and see the hundreds of different species of marine life in the area.

  • See the World Heritage Site.
  • Named after Pirate Brothers John and Rodger Glover.
  • Belize's most remote atoll.

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