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Our stay at Glover’s with Becky, Warren and the team was just perfect.
We researched the island before going and were aware that it would be a “rustic” experience (cold showers, composting toilets, no power). We knew we would need to bring just about everything...More
I thought I would leave an update based on our recent stay and discussions with other travelers last week Nov 26 – Dec 2, 2017 as I feel there are past mixed reviews and confusion. I can also share a few tips and tricks to...More
We stayed during low season and as the dorm wasn't working we got to stay in the water huts for the same price as they had lots of availability. The island is a gem and our stay was amazing. We brought all our food for...More
This place is a gem. It is not a five star hotel resort, and the price shows it. You can order the meal or cook yourself. Cooking yourself is like cooking during camping, and it is not suited for everyone, but if you can handle...More
Don't let these people earn anymore money in toerism. They simply don't diserve it. Like the review from a week ago said, they overbook huts even when they know it. Ones you are there you can complain but there is no way to get back....More
Response from 88paulr2016 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the key to an enjoyable time at this place would be to be as self sufficient as possible. Bring your mosquito net, and if you don't need it, then it's not a big problem. I'd also bring a good pair of reef boots and a... More
Yes, the key to an enjoyable time at this place would be to be as self sufficient as possible. Bring your mosquito net, and if you don't need it, then it's not a big problem. I'd also bring a good pair of reef boots and a machete for getting into coconuts. Pick one up in belize city.
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"We preferred the North facing huts over the water as they sit over deeper water."