Belize's Coral Atolls
Beyond the barrier reef lies a wondrous world of white sand cayes and pristine coral reefs teeming with marine life. Belize’s remote coral atolls are protected Marine Parks and designated United Nations World Heritage Sites, which protect the most important coral reef ecosystems remaining on the planet. Our basecamps, located on Glover's and Lighthouse Reef, are your launch pads to explore this stunningly beautiful marine environment.
On the outer edge of the Belize Reef System, Glover's Reef is the top-rated destination for snorkelling and diving in Belize with thousands of acres of protected coral reefs and cayes.
Our basecamp home on Half Moon Caye is about as perfect a tropical Island setting you could dream of, with serene beaches and awesome walk in snorkelling sites.
Belize Barrier Reef
Stretching over 180 miles along the coast of Belize is the 2nd longest barrier reef in the world. This reef is part of the Caribbean’s larger Mesoamerican reef system that extends from northern Honduras to the Yucatan Peninsula. Our favourite places are in the southern region of Belize where the snorkelling is awesome, the cayes are beautiful and we have discovered perfect gems of small, family-run Belizean lodges to stay.
Find yourself with the Caribbean Sea on your doorstep and pristine rainforests with a lineup of exciting adventure opportunities in your backyard. Don’t worry, we’ll handle all the arrangements; get you set up at one of our favourite lodges right on the beach and make sure you have the info you need to choose whatever adventures seem the best fit on any given day.