Glover’s Reef Atoll Marine Reserve is located in the southernmost region of Belize and is one of the most spectacular marine biodiversity not only for Belize but in the region. Encompassing 35 kilometers in length and 7.5 kilometers in width, with a circumference of about 200 kilometers, Glover's Reef Atoll also sits in depths of 300 - 1,000 kilometers of water.

This atoll is one of four atolls found in this hemisphere (Belize has three). It was established as a National Reserve in 1993. With one of the only remaining aggregations for the endangered Nassau Grouper fish located on its north-easterly tip, Glovers Reef Atoll is also a spawning zone for other groupers, snappers and finfishes (to name a few).

Explore the thriving coral formations of this site and you'll see why it is known as a top diver's spot!