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Make sure to bring a bug net. Sand fleas were awful here. I had to wear bug spray all the time and still got bit over and over again. No power and light at all when it gets dark so bring lots of flash lights....More
We did a lot of travelling in our lives but we have never experienced anything like this before. This is not because of the lack of comfort but of kindness and respect.
During the whole stay we didn’t feel welcomed. We felt like the owner...More
I visited GAR a few years ago with my boy. We had a great time. But I can see why some people are complaining. It's NOT the place to go if you want to be coddled at all. If you want to be "taken care...More
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