Consisting of five coral islands lying 36 miles off the coast in a mid-ocean atoll, Glovers Reef is the smallest and most southerly of the three coral atolls in Belize. It has been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO and a National Protected area by the government. The waters around the islands provide superb snorkelling, diving and ample opportunity to see turtles, dolphins and schools of flying fish as well as many seabirds including pelicans and frigatebirds. There are three rustic resorts on the atoll.
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