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Adventure Island at Glover's Reef

Adventure Island at

Glover's Reef


Fri/ Tue start; 9, 6, or 5 nights

$2250 pp, full week; all-inclusive

$1565 pp, 1st half; all-inclusive

$1395 pp, 2nd half; all-inclusive


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Kite surfing Belize



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Kitesurfing Lessons in Belize

Slickrock has been approved by Vela Kitesurf Resorts as one of their sanctioned kitesurf centers. Ours is the only kitesurf center at Glover's Reef!


Lessons are available December - March only.




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Kite Surfing Lesson Prices

Each session lasts approximately three hours, including transport to and from the kitesurfing area.


There is an additional $15 per person per lesson fee for equipment insurance.






Single student session

$200 per person + $15 insurance fee for one 3 hour session (kite in air approx. 2 hours)


Two student session

$150 per person + $15 insurance fee per student for 3 hour session (kite in air approx. 2 hours)


Three student session

$100 per person + $15 insurance fee per student for 3 hour session (kite in air approx. 2 hours)


Skills such as basic kite control. body dragging, power strokes, board recovery, waterstart and upwind reaches will be taught in a progression of lessons out on the sand flats near the island.


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Kitesurfing Conditions

Our teaching location is unique and guarantees a fast learning curve. Our incredibe sand flats allow for uninterrupted practice, typically 2 miles downwind. This allows for continous skills development throughout the lesson. In other locations a considerable amount of any lesson is spent making your way up wind or returing back upwind inbetween body dragging. This is simply not necessary at Glover's which allows for accelerated learning and quick progression through skills. Lesson progress is tailored to the individuals and low ratio instructor: student lessons allow students to progress at a speed with which are comfortable and confident.

Kitesurfing Instruction Particulars

Lessons can be pre-booked or booked on the island. You don't pay until after your trip is completed.Belize kitesurf


Equipment insurance is required for students taking kiteboard lessons.


Beginners are extremely tough on the gear, and although we expect normal wear and tear over time, we have seen students destroy brand new, $1,000 kites in a single session. Rather than ask students to accept complete liability for the gear if they ruin it, we use an insurance fee to spread the risk in the event of major damage. Fees are $15 per student for each lesson.



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Kitesurfing lessons for kids

Our minimum age for kitesurfing on the island is 12. We require anyone taking kitesurf lessons be at least 100 pounds and 5 feet tall, for it is essential that youths be of a reasonable size, weight, and strength to manage the equipment and be able to stand in one spot without floating away. They also must be reasonably athletic. A kitesurf student must possess a mature outlook and be capable of maintaining the focus needed to manage powerful equipment. Therefore for all kids between the ages of 12 and 15, the final decision rests with the instructor, who will take the youth on a trainer kite session first. Only then will they be able to make the decision if they are ready to advance to a full, adult lesson.


It may be possible to take somewhat younger children under perfect conditions with a parent along to assist on a single-student lesson. This is up to the kitesurf instructor on site, and cannot be decided in advance.



What if I don't need lessons?

Kiteboarders will want to experience the excellent Belize kitesurfing conditions at our location (see Belize kiteboarding page for further details). As an approved Vela center Slickrock maintains a selection of late model equipment for our guests; kiteboarders who wish to kitesurf on their own should bring their own kites and Slickrock provides boards so guests will not have to deal with airline hassles in transporting them.

Belize kiteboard gear


Kiteboard Equipment

2 meter trainers by Ocean Rodeo 2015

4, 7, 9, 12, 14, 15 meter kites by Cabrinha


Surf (directional) by Cabrinha:
2010 5’ 7” S-Quad
2010 6’ 3” Thruster

Twin tips, by Cabrinha:
2010 130x40, Caliber
2011 136, 144 Prodigy
2012 135, 145 Rival
2014 165 Spectrum
2016 141 Tronic

Twin tips, by Open Ocean:
2014 140 Mako



Kitesurf School Raft visit our blog to see images of our one-of-a-kind custom raft


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Belize wind graph - Glover's Reef


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The island commonly sees wind in the 10 -15 mph range (80% of the time), and 20 mph winds or better are seen about 30% of the time. A 12 meter kite is probably one’s best bet for an all-round kite size for the island, although it is always nice to have a 9 meter kite option in case it is a high wind week (after March 1, bring a 14 meter instead of a 9 meter.) Unlike other more accessible islands in Belize (Ambergris, Caye Caulker) there is very little boat traffic. And don't forget, the water is 80 degrees!


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There is no way to predict the surf or wind conditions for a specific date!


Surf Forecast for the Gulf of Mexico and Yucatan region


Glover's Reef wind and waves


Looking for wind or wave information for our island? Follow the link above to a satellite buoy station with wind and wave information, located 31 miles WNW of our island, right in the area where we cross the Blue on our way to Glover's Reef.


Questions about kiteboarding? Send us an email: or call (800) 390-5715