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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on March 12, 2020

Why We Love To Fish In Belize

We are living in a stressful world. Fishing is like temporary freedom from all that stress where you can unplug and be immersed in nature. Belize is a mecca for those interested in fishing.  You can spin, fly, troll – and you can enjoy it all year long. Our estuaries, inlets and mouths to the many rivers are known for their tarpon, snook and jacks. Our atolls, lagoons and grassy flats are k

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on March 10, 2020

Hawksbill Hatchlings

  It’s been an exciting week on Long Caye at Glover’s Atoll. We have many sea turtles that nest on the island and recently we’ve had a new cache of Hawksbill Turtle hatchlings come to life. We’re thrilled to be able to share with you the first photos of these sweet little turtles.  Hawksbill Turtles live their life in the sea, but they return to our sandy beaches to l

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on March 3, 2020

Spring Break On Your Own Island

BY: TRACY L. BARNETT, STAFF WRITER | The Buzz Magazine   For many families, it’s time once again to pull out the beach gear, try on the swimsuits and prepare for that brief, sweet season of intensity known as Spring Break. It’s also a good time to share memories from Spring Breaks gone by – and that’s what we did with one group of Buzz families, just to get you in the mood. It all sta

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on February 26, 2020

Why learning to Kiteboard in Belize is worth it

We are fortunate to have a very special place on Glovers Atoll and with our remote location we offer a unique opportunity for our guests to experience and learn how to Kitesurf.  The steady winds and protected inner atoll water make it an ideal place to learn this thrilling sport which improves overall coordination, balance and concentration. It also trains reflexes, reactions and strengthens the

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on February 13, 2020

SUP in Belize

What better way to have fun in Belize under the bright, beautiful sun then by SUP? Stand up paddling (SUP) is easy and it feels great spending time floating on the water, soaking up the suns rich vitamin D and exploring the reef underneath. Some love the benefits of getting that sun kissed glow on their skin, others crave the low impact exercise, almost everyone simply enjoys the experience. At ou

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on February 10, 2020

Adventures in Belize with Chocolate

There are many great reasons to visit Belize right now: pristine coral reef, fabulous beaches, amazing diving, a lush rainforest, and incredible wildlife. Oh yes and organic chocolate! Delicious, decadent chocolate- Belize has a long tradition of authentic chocolate production. The cacao plants are indigenous to Belize and the Mayans knew more than a thing or two about growing the very best there

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on January 22, 2020

Belize’s Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave

In March of 2019, as I was wrapping up two months of working with Slickrock on Long Caye at Glover’s Reef, I had the opportunity to take a tour of Belize’s Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM) Cave, also known as “Cave of the Crystal Sepulcher”. Located in central Belize near the town of San Ignacio in the Cayo District, ATM Cave is considered the ultimate Belize cave to visit, and for good reason.

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on December 17, 2019

Top 10 Tips for a Better Snorkeling Experience

Whether you’ve never snorkeled, haven’t been in decades, or are just getting back from your latest snorkeling adventure, we’ve gathered some tips and ideas we think you’ll find useful.

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on November 12, 2019

Re-thatching the Island Kitchen

Earlier this fall, we began the process of replacing the thatch roof of our kitchen as well as one of our cabanas, Sea Grape. These buildings, as well as several other cabanas and our kayak and hammock palapas, are roofed with cohune palm leaves. When harvested, placed, and secured properly, these leaves provide a durable and weatherproof covering for our buildings out on the island.

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