A protected marine reserve, Belize’s most remote atoll is nearly as pristine today as it was when named after pirate brothers John and Rodger Glover in the 1750s. Dive and snorkel among 700 coral patches and be dazzled by an abundant array of sea life that includes the stoplight parrotfish and the spiny urchin. The thatched-roof cabins at Glover’s Atoll Resort and Island Lodge on Northeast Caye may be rustic and lack electricity, but what more do you really need when paradise is at your doorstep?
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