Have you ever heard of the famous English pirate John Glover? Glover used an atoll (a ring-shaped coral reef including a coral rim that encircles a lagoon partially or completely) in Belize as a base to plunder Spanish ships in the 1600s, and now this atoll is named after him. Join us in a Glovers Reef snorkeling full-day tour as we bring you to snorkel in the famous Glovers Reef, also Belize’s smallest and southernmost atoll – only 20 miles long and 7.5 miles wide.
Despite being the smallest, Glovers Reef is the country’s most completely formed coral atoll, offering a wide abundance of coral and marine life, unmatched by any dive location in Belize. And for those of you who prefer to dive in a more secluded location, you are in luck – Glovers Reef is the least visited of all the atolls, because it is located farthest from the busier diving hub of Ambergris Caye and Belize City.
Home to about 700 patch reefs in the lagoon and surrounded by 50 miles of sheer drop-offs, which start from 25 feet and drop straight down to about 2700 feet., you will find that most of the reefs in Glovers Reef are virtually uncharted and untouched. So don’t miss out this opportunity, join us on this Glovers Reef snorkeling full-day tour.
Start/End Location: Placencia, Belize (tour departs from Seahorse Dive Shop Pier)
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