Glover’s Reef & River of Caves: The Quintessential Belize Adventure!

Planning a vacation can be a daunting experience, especially if there are multiple travelers in your party and each one submits a “Must-see” list that’s longer than the Placencia Peninsula for your upcoming Belize vacation. What’s the secret to making sure everyone gets what they want? Put yourselves into the hands of travel experts who not only know the lay of the land but have decades of experience mixing and matching locations so guests maximize their stay in Belize while still enjoying plenty of time to relax and unwind.

Island Expeditions is the resource travelers dream about, but rarely find. They’ve been around for decades, know every inch of the nation and when it comes to packaging tours, these creative folks are unstoppable. You’ll agree when you read about Island Expedition’s Glover’s Reef/River of Caves excursion because the itinerary delights and surprises even picky travelers.

This gorgeous amalgamation of rain forest, caves, tropical savanna, World Heritage barrier reef and too much more to list here sends you off on a week of adventure (http://www.islandexpeditions.com/our-belize-trips/belize-vacations/glovers-reef-and-river-of-caves/trip-summary). You’ll even camp out on a remote island!

During this fun, sensory experience, you’ll do a bit of everything: kayak or sail around a pristine lagoon, snorkel coral reefs, fly fish or bone fish on saltwater flats and at sea, explore mysterious Mayan caves, hike or float downriver through lush rain forests and even take a nocturnal visit to the Belize Zoo.

Your base of operation? A luxury camp on Southwest Caye, the 13-acre island that’s big enough to explore but small enough to enjoy lots of privacy. Primitive? Hardly! Sleep in beautifully-appointed tent/cabanas and dine on the freshest seafood in the Caribbean.

Of course, all of this is based on their wisdom, experience and the feedback they get from travelers like you. They want you to know that you get the final say on where you’ll go, because their specialty is customizing tours so they meet your needs, wishes and desires.

Because Island Expeditions packs so much into your 7-day visit, you won’t have to make other arrangements, which gives you no choice but to relax, wind down and leave the work of your adventure in your host’s hands. This can be difficult for control freaks, but they have it on good authority that travelers return from this particular expedition so relaxed and tranquil, afterglow has been known to prevail for days after returning home.

Don’t believe them? We urge you to read reviews others have written: http://www.islandexpeditions.com/our-trips/belize-vacations/glovers-reef-and-river-of-caves/trip-reviews. Some travelers started out as skeptics. Others became so enamored of their comprehensive list of services, they wouldn’t think letting anyone else handle future Belize trips. And since airfares to Belize have hit all-time lows thanks to increased travel, you can easily afford to come back any time you like to experience their other fabulous adventures.

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