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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 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 May 31, 2016

5 Reasons Why You’ll Never Want to Leave Belize

For adventure lovers, Belize still remains somewhat of an underrated destination. In 2009, only a surprising 231,249 travelers visited this tropical paradise. Competing with the other great adventure destinations, it’s easy to see why Belize can often be over looked. However, once you’ve experienced a taste of what this unique, vibrant and diverse culture, it’s guaranteed that you’ll never

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on April 2, 2013

Beautiful Belize – 5 weeks in 20 minutes

If you’re thinking of booking a trip to our island but also wondering what else there is to do before or after your time with us, here’s a very watchable video on YouTube posted by Brit DJ Dave Raven who visited the country back in 2009. He edited his five-day tour down to 20 minutes. It covers Caye Caulker, San Ignacio and Bullet Tree Falls, Mayan Temples, Belize City, Punta Gorda an

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on November 19, 2012

Actun Tunichil Muknal

Much of Belize’s topography is composed of a ‘karst’ landscape, which consists of deeply eroded limestone hills. Karst lands are typically honeycombed with caves, and Belize is no exception. The country is famous among international cave explorers, who have discovered and mapped innumerable Belize caves. Belize contains the second largest underground chamber in the world, over 1/

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on May 7, 2012

Snorkeling The Aquarium (aka Paradise Reef)

Every week we snorkel The Aquarium, just a 1/2 mile paddle from our island. It’s a shallow patch reef surrounded by bright white coral sand.

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on April 6, 2012

Snorkeling up to a large twin brain coral

Belize snorkeling video filmed at The Aquarium, near Long Caye at Glover’s Reef, Belize.

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Posted by Slickrock Adventures on January 23, 2012

La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge

La Ruta Maya Belize River Challenge  is a grueling multi-day canoe race traveling a perilous river route across the country of Belize. The route runs West to East along the Macal and Belize Rivers, once the only link between beautiful San Ignacio, in the foothills of the Maya Mountains, and the bustling port of Belize City. This is a race for everyone (not just professional racers)! There are

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