Glover’s Reef and Mayan Caves combines an inland exploration of Mayan ruins and rainforest caves with the opportunity to explore and stay on a remote coral atoll. Glover’s Reef is part of the world famous Belize Barrier Reef, a protected marine park and designated world heritage site 36 miles off the shore of mainland Belize. Perfect for active families and couples of mixed abilities, this adventure Basecamp offers flexibility and choices in daily guided activities. Guests stay at a unique Basecamp on Southwest Caye. Sleep in comfortable tent-walled cabanas and dine on fresh seafood, tropical fruit and local fare. Spend the days kayaking or SUP around this pristine group of tropical islands set within a turquoise lagoon. Snorkel some of Glover’s 700 patch reefs in its thriving coral reef system and fly fish for bonefish or tarpon on the saltwater flats. You will also venture inland to visit the Mayan ruins at Xunantunich and experience a cave hike in the lush rainforest.