Glovers Reef Snorkeling
Snorkeling at Glover’s Reef Atoll
Snorkel in the famous Glover’s Reef named after pirate John Glover!
Named from the English pirate John Glover, who used the atoll as a base to plunder Spanish ships in the 1600’s.
It is Belize’s smallest and southernmost atoll, only 20 miles long and 7.5 miles wide. It is also Belize’s most completely formed coral atoll offering a wide abundance of coral and marine life, unmatched by any dive location in Belize.
Because it is located farthest from the busier diving hub of Ambergris Caye and Belize City, you will soon discover that it is also the least visited of all the atolls because of its pristine dives.
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 2,700 feet., you will find that most of the reefs are virtually uncharted and untouched.
Meeting Location/Transit Details
Tour Departs From Seahorse Dive Shop Pier
US$100 per person
Includes pick-up/drop-off from hotel, all diving equipment, park fees,12.5% Sales taxes, and Lead by a PADI dive master.
Email us at info(@)roambelize.com to learn more about this Belize snorkeling tour.