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Slickrock Adventures is based at Glovers Atoll, Belize. We specialize in adventure sports such as sea kayaking, windsurfing, scuba diving, surfing, paddleboarding, kayak surfing, snorkeling, kiteboarding. Located on a private island, we feature thatched cabanas, coral reef access, palm shaded sandy beaches, fresh food menu. All inclusive packages.
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1q2w3e4 wrote a review Jun 2022
New York City, New York5 contributions1 helpful vote
Slickrock Adventures has been one of my favorite vacations ever! This package is made for people who want to be active and have fun, but is really ready to serve all ages. All details of the trip are well thought out and everything ran seamlessly. The guides expert knowledge of the local flora and fauna and fantastic teaching skills of all water sports were a true gift, as was the fantastic food cooked by the chefs. The adventure I had with Slickrock was well worth the money and I will be going back! The team turned me into a snorkel junkie!!
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Date of stay: April 2022
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alibrygotta wrote a review May 2022
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One of the best vacations we've ever taken, and that is saying a lot. We both walked around totally euphoric the entire week. Because it's in a protected area it has really healthy fish and coral. Totally off the grid and gloriously isolated. But it's really the whole operation that is so exceptional. They've got incredible staff that love their job and love sharing their special place. There are SO many different water activities available, but you're free to opt out and just read or SUP on your own or whatever. And they make everything so easy and fun - For example, they taught wind surfing one day and broke it down so it was super easy and doable by all ages. One of the best parts was being part of such a nice sized group of other super cool people and super fun guides. We laughed SO much! Slickrock has been at it for a long time and have incredibly good systems in place. Perfectly sized and operated. The only thing that could use improvement is the food. Some things were a 10 out of 10 (local fish), but some were a 2 or a 3. They are really good at baking, but need to work on dishes besides bread/pastries and cheese/butter. I'd also like to see more local foods (we only had plantains once!) Being dairy and grain free usually meant going without, although occasionally they made me a potato or squash pancake, which was great. Fresh coconut water and coconut meat was SO nice! Juice mixers for cocktails have sugar and other additives so I stuck to the coconut water and healthy juice powders I brought with me. Overall, stellar operation. So easy and free and playful and fun filled. Wind only blew strong enough one afternoon for kite surfing (4/16-4/23). A foil would not work with all the coral in shallow water. Launch is tough, but the guides are eager to help. Surfing didn't pan out at all that week either, although kayak surfing was small but fun 2 days. Still loads of other activities to do. They have to burn all their trash (including plastic) so try to not bring any plastic that will end up in the trash, or pack it out with you. Scuba diving with "Off the Wall" (the other resort on the island) was fun. But we mostly like the snorkeling better because you could ask questions of the guides and learn about what you are seeing. The guides were SO knowledgable.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Becky T wrote a review Apr 2022
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It is important to understand that I am not a natural ocean explorer-type person. As such, coming to Slickrock, I had a couple of snorkeling experiences that were cool, but unguided and I did not feel comfortable in the environment. The Slickrock team of guides, cooks, maintenance and management all embraced our group from prior to arriving at the island. Each day was laid out and organized by Luis. Doreth was busy taking temps of everyone and taking care of other administrative duties. Martin was helping with maintenance, cooking, whatever needed to be done. Marcy and Laverne were keeping us fed in a healthy and wonderful cuisine way. The guides - Luis, Nari, German and Wilson divided up the groups of people based on what everyone wanted to participate in. No groups had more than 6 guests unless more guides were assigned. I snorkeled every day for 2+ hours each snorkel and was amazed at how at ease I felt. All I wanted to do was learn more! Truly a wonderful community at Slickrock from the owner, Phil, throughout the entire team. The team is so knowledgeable about the flora and fauna that they can answer any question any time. Seriously! And they want to keep their environment safe while introducing others to its amazing offerings. There were 4 children in our group and the guides made sure that they were engaged and enjoying the experience, too. I will go back if I can as soon as possible. It was absolutely wonderful from beginning to end. My only regret is that I didn't get to say goodbye to Phil - thanks for keeping Slickrock going through the most difficult past two years of COVID pandemic! It was worth you investment and efforts!!! You are an amazing humanitarian. Thanks to all of you for the best vacation post-COVID that anyone could ask for. Becky Trentlage (and Patrick Plumley, Brooke Plumley and Alex Hartney)
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Date of stay: April 2022
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mega831 wrote a review Mar 2022
Santa Cruz, California9 contributions
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There is simply nothing that compares to Slickrock Adventures on Long Caye. If the idea of a composting toilet scares you then please move on. For the rest of you - what are you waiting for?? If you're game for a perfect mix of off-grid adventures with world-class surroundings with the best guides in the business, complemented by amazing support staff that cooks crazy good meals and shows you the traditional art of thatching a cabana, then do some research and book your trip. Look at their reviews. There really just isn't anything else out there that will give you this level of access to a pristine barrier reef with hundreds of snorkeling spots. Going to Slickrock's island in Belize is like adult summer camp but you get to drink a beer with your camp counselors. Every single person with Slickrock is dedicated to making your trip whatever you want out of it - from Phil the owner, to Jose the logistics magician, to Doreth the island manager and one hell of a volleyball player, to Martin the most gentle soul that keeps all the important systems on the island working to the BEST guides in the universe - particularly Luis, German, and Wilson (there aren't enough words to describe how much I love and respect these guys) to Lavern and Marcy the most extraordinary cooks that prepare traditional Belize meals that are NEXT LEVEL... The thatch cabanas are all oceanfront - simple and rustic but clean and comfortable. Both times I've visited, the day I left, leaving my island cabana is always the hardest part. The activities are plentiful - if you choose to learn to surf SUP or surf kayak, windsurf, SUP or normal kayaking, or if you are new to snorkeling - a guide (or 2 or 3!) will help you every step of the way. The are professional, personable, and so keyed into each individual guest and what they need that I'm surprised they don't all hold psychology degrees! My husband and I are fortunate to have snorkeled all over the world - really amazing spots - but nothing comes even close to snorkeling at Glover's Reef. Worldclass snorkeling right from shore or a short kayak ride away. A Slickrock vacation is more like an overall experience that you can't always put into words - it's like being wrapped up in a warm blanket and being in the most magical place with cherished family. It really is that good. And the other guests are fantastic - most people who choose Slickrock Adventures are going to have at least some things in common - just choosing a place completely off-grid creates some common bonds. I just got home and am already planning our trip for next year. I just can't say enough good things about Slickrock Adventures. That's why folks come back year after year. There are always return visitors which says so much about a business and the people who make it so successful.
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Date of stay: March 2022
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Sky wrote a review Feb 2022
Austin, Texas83 contributions10 helpful votes
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We had a wonderful time in Belize on the 7-day island adventure on Long Caye. If you need a maid, air conditioning, hot showers, an ensuite bathroom, or high-speed internet, then please go elsewhere. If you can sweep the sand you tracked in back out of your cabana, and enjoy new experiences, snorkeling or diving, watching the sunrise and sunset and listening to the ocean, then go with Slickrock to the island. Others have talked about how wonderful everything is – the snorkeling, diving, cabanas, island, guides, food – it’s all true. But not many people talk about the nitty gritty of how things work in this eco-resort. Slickrock has a bunch of information on their website but a lot of it is hard to find and some logistical details are not available. If you are planning your first trip to the island, here is some more information. If you have been there, skip this review because you know how things work on the island. Hotel. Someone from Slickrock meets you at the airport and gets people into a van and luggage into a truck for the short ride to the Best Western. The rooms are fine, the landscaping and pool are really nice, there is an exercise room and a small gift shop, and the staff tries to be helpful. There will be a pre-trip meeting the first night then a family style dinner. A grocery store outing is offered in case you need something. After a buffet breakfast, your luggage is loaded into the truck and everybody walks a few blocks to the boat. The return trip is basically the same except for the COVID test done at the hotel if required to travel back home. If you test positive, you stay at the hotel (your expense) until testing negative. It was $75 per test so you might want to bring a couple of your own. That way, you can test yourself until you are negative, then pay for the $75 one to get you back home. Boat ride. They go south on the inside of the barrier reef (calmer water) to near Dangriga, then head out at Tobacco Caye across open water to the atoll. This section will be rough, with much jarring as the boat goes over the swells. I am extremely prone to motion sickness but did ok with a scopolamine patch and a few days of ginger root concentrate. It was pretty loud but conversation was possible. There are places to stand up on the benches and stick your head up to enjoy the wind and the view. They close the hatches and zip up the canvas if it rains but you can still see out. There is a toilet if needed but they recommend you use the bathroom at the boathouse. The island. Long Caye is on the far side of Glover’s Reef Atoll. The north side is the inside of the atoll and is usually calmer water. This is where the sea kayak and surf kayak/windsurfing/SUP palapas and boat docks are located. If the wind is from the north, the lagoon can get rough for snorkeling (but good for windsurfing) and you may end up snorkeling off the ocean side (south) towards The Wall. The east end is Slickrock with a sand beach on the north side but the east and south side is rocky. Slickrock maintains wide trails and open areas under the coconut palms. The middle of the caye is Off The Wall Dive Center and Resort. This is where you go if you want to do scuba diving (additional charge). We did several good dives. They have small dive boats so you do a back roll entry and a ladder exit. Their rental gear is fine but is only available when you are on that dive - you cannot rent a wetsuit or mask/fins/snorkel for your week at Slickrock. The west end of the island is jungle with a periphery trail. A lot of garbage from the ocean washes up there so you might be able to find a sandal if you lose one. Cabanas. All are raised and close to the water. There are cabanas that face east with calmer water, and are in an open beach area near the dining hall. There are ones that face more southeast that are tucked into jungle so are more private but may have less breeze. Under typical conditions, the surf can be quite loud on this side so consider bringing ear plugs. Your cabana assignments are done by Slickrock based on how many guests they are trying to accommodate and are posted in the dining hall on arrival. There are carts to help you tote your luggage. Most cabanas have cohune thatched roofs. These are quite attractive, pretty water tight, and quiet. Some cabanas have metal roofs to collect rainwater which can be loud in a rain storm. The beds consist of a vinyl covered mattress on a wood frame. A fleece mattress cover plus sheets and decent pillows and a blanket makes it comfortable. There is one direct current light and small fan over the bed. There are no electrical outlets in the cabanas. There is a bench and hanging area with hangars. There is a clothesline with clothespins on the side of your deck. The hammock and deck chairs are comfortable but too low for those with mobility issues. You will want to close the “window” covers and maybe the door during a significant rain storm, especially if it is windy. We didn’t have much problem with mosquitoes but it was very windy, until it wasn’t, then the flies were annoying. Water. There are 3 kinds of water – well water, rainwater, and treated rainwater. Well water is the layer of fresh water that kind of floats on the ocean water table. It is rain water that percolates through the sand and soil. If it hasn’t rained much, or if people stir up the water in the well, this layer can be brackish. You use a bucket on a rope to scoop it up from a protected hole (well) near the central laundry sink and hand washing sink area. This water is for rinsing or washing your clothes and is probably is in the sandal/bootie dunk tubs before you walk into the shower. Rainwater is used for showers, handwashing, and soaking underwater cameras and flashlights. Treated rainwater (filtration and UV, no chemicals) is used for drinking and is available in a 5 gallon dispenser in the dining hall. Showers. There is a building with 4 large shower stalls. Pink hand soap is provided and is serviceable as body soap and shampoo. The water was pretty chilly despite solar warming, but it’s good for a quick rinse, then wash without the water on, then another quick rinse. The water pressure is low but adequate. Toilets. There is a 3 stall women’s urinal and a 3 place men’s urinal in the central area, and a single men and single women’s urinal on the east end closer to the beach cabanas and dining hall. There is hand sanitizer to use on the way in and out. For women, toilet paper goes in a trash can, and you chase the urine with a cup of water from a bucket in your stall. For the men, there is a shared bucket and cup. The urine and water go into a raised sand and plant bed for some filtering and natural nitrogen removal. There is very little smell. You can ask for a bucket to put in your cabana or on the deck for use at night. You empty it into a urinal and chase with water. There is a central second-floor building for the composting toilet with 2 rooms, each with a toilet for urine and one for stool. After defecating, that toilet paper goes into the toilet and is chased by 2 scoops of planer shavings. The toilet varied from ok smell to stinky. The toilets and showers are covered by a metal roof but have open tops for circulation, and so you can talk to your neighbor if desired. There are lights available while you are using the toilets. Hand washing and toothbrushing is done in an adjacent area with several sinks, mirrors, lights and the pink hand soap. Power. Most of the electricity comes from solar panels and a wind generator with a robust battery system. If they get low on electricity, they use a diesel generator. There are 4 sockets with car chargers (2 USB A outs) in the dining room where you can charge devices during the day. Bring a USB C car charger if you want. The battery system powers the lights and fans at night, so you don’t want to charge then. Bring your flashlight for getting around outside and for finding stuff in your cabana at night. You may want to bring extra light for reading if you aren’t using a device with light. Cell phone service. One of the resorts on a neighboring caye put up a cell phone tower that got up and running while we were there. We had a good enough signal (T-Mobile) for email and some surfing. I wouldn’t assume that you will have service, but at least it’s possible now. Food/drink. There is a cooler with Belikin beer (the stout is respectable) and a small selection of soda (no diet) all in returnable glass bottles. The empties go back into containers to take back to Belize City. There is a selection of tea bags and sugar (but no non-calorie sweetener). They put out a box of UHT Lala milk in the morning and I think leave it out all day. If you want cream for coffee or tea, you can try asking them to buy some Lala media crema (or bring your own but I don’t think you can put it in their refrigerator after opening). Coffee is made in the morning and kept in a big urn. They will make hot water both in the morning and evening for another urn. There are some fruit-based water flavoring bottles next to the water dispenser. The food is served buffet style and is good and plentiful. There are a couple of totes for guest use if you want to bring snacks or other food, and an area for guest alcohol bottles. You don’t want to encourage critters to come into your cabana by leaving food out. Toys. There is a good selection of enclosed sea kayaks for just paddling or kayaking to snorkel areas. There are some sit on tops for surf kayaking as well as a few river kayaks. Quality and size of surf waves are weather dependent. There are a few skirts that don’t really fit anything very well. They will teach you the basics of windsurfing on a land-bound rotating board – excellent for helping you feel the wind/sail effect. There are big windsurfing boards and small sails for beginners so you fall in less often. For more advanced windsurfers, there are bigger sails and smaller boards. There are SUP boards and nice paddles. They have decent quality PFDs (life vests) with some exposure stress on the older ones. There is some kite surfing equipment but that may or may not be available for use in the future. Snorkeling. Bring your own mask/snorkel and fins. They have baby shampoo for mask defogging. The lagoon is mostly shallow but the ocean side has good depth if you like to freedive. It is close enough to swim out to the practice reef from the beach. If the snorkel is on the ocean side, you will walk there, put your bag on the beach, put on your mask/snorkel but carry your fins into the water. You can walk into the water with booties then put on your open-heel fins. I walk in with sandals then use full-foot fins and attach the sandals to my weight belt. For lagoon snorkels, you kayak to a patch reef so bring a mesh bag or just drop your gear into the cockpit or put under the deck bungees, carabineers for anything you don’t want to lose. Once at the snorkel spot, you put on your gear and slide in, hopefully without flipping your kayak. The guides will bring an anchor and string all the kayaks together. They teach you how to get back into the kayak then take off your fins but will help you reenter if you want or need assistance. If conditions are good, you can go for a night snorkel on the practice reef so bring a flashlight. If you like fluoro, there is plenty to see so bring your blue light and yellow mask filter. Although we don’t like snorkeling in groups, we ended up doing the guided snorkels instead of going out by ourselves. They sent a couple guides out and tended to form both a floating cluster group and a freediving herd of cats so that worked out. I used rashguards only for snorkeling and NRS Hydroskins for scuba diving. If you use sunscreen, get the non-nano, rub on, mineral only products. Just because it says reef safe doesn’t mean it is. Orientations. On arrival, they walk you around and talk about logistics. There is a brief snorkel talk and snorkel the first afternoon. The next morning is a kayak talk and a paddle. After that, the orientations are dependent on weather and interest (SUP, surf kayaking, windsurfing). If you aren’t going to use that toy, you don’t need to attend. If you have experience but want to use that toy, you will do the orientation. They cannot sort out who really knows what they are doing from those who only think they know and there are insurance requirements, so just sit back and watch the ocean and the pelicans. Informational talks/walks. We had afternoon or evening talks available on coconuts, cahune thatching, geology, and infrastructure. There was also a nature walk on the trail with plant and critter identification. These will depend on which guides are on island for your visit. Cameras. There is plenty of power to use your cell phone as a camera but consider charging a power bank during the day so you can have your phone with you, then charge your phone in your cabana at night. Obviously, protect it from water if you choose to kayak or snorkel with it. If you like night photography, bring your gear - moonrise over the surf dock is lovely and the stars are incredible.
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Date of stay: January 2022
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donnamc123 wrote a review Feb 2022
Ottawa, Canada17 contributions2 helpful votes
WoW! Everything was as advertised and then add > over the top. A magical amazing week of snorkel, kayak, snorkel, freshly made meals, snorkel, windsurf, kayak surf, SUP and more snorkel, every day a new reef. Magical. These guys are the real deal. Other reviews here sum it all up so well. HUGE Thank you to Phil, Charlie, Luis, Nari, German, Marcy, Aurora for a week of first class fun. We kayaked past the nearby competitor properties and nothing comes close.
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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TorbyT wrote a review Feb 2022
Corvallis, OR65 contributions26 helpful votes
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We have just returned from a fantastic week with Slickrock Adventures on Glovers Reef Atoll. This was our first destination vacation since onset of Covid, and wow! what a great way to get back out into the world! I would describe Slickrock as a perfect blend of off-grid glamping but with many creature comforts including fabulous homemade meals, fresh water showers, and cold beer/drinks. You will have ample opportunity to experience world-class snorkeling either right off the beach or accessed by a short kayak paddle, and enjoy many different water sports including paddle boarding, wind surfing, surf kayaking, or sea kayaking. All the sporting gear is good quality, well maintained, and friendly for beginners with instruction provided by the fantastic Slickrock guides. The accommodations will seem luxurious to those accustomed to beach camping, as you will have warm fresh water showers, electric lights, comfortable beds, clean beach front cabanas with amazing views, and very clean and well maintained facilities. Our guides were top notch and really went the extra mile to make sure we were having a great time -- we can't thank Luis and Wilson enough for sharing their experience and enthusiasm with us. Overall, Slickrock exceeded our expectations for fantastic snorkeling and also a relaxing beach vacation. We intend to come back, and would highly recommend this trip for any individual, couple, family, or group who loves the tropical outdoors and enjoys a balance of rusticity and comfort. P.S. On a Covid-note, we did also feel very safe as all of the guests for the week are in a bubble, and are required to show proof of being Covid-negative prior to entering Belize. That being said, it was a relief to put Covid out of our mind for a week and unplug from the constant media barrage of gloom.
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Date of stay: January 2022
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Quest699521 wrote a review Feb 2022
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Perfect mix of ocean activities, relaxation and delicious meals. The guides were skillful, encouraging and playful in teaching windsurfing, kayak surfing, sea kayaking, SUP surfing Snorkel opportunities are plentiful right from shore, guides know just where to look for best viewing of lobster, eels, squid, sharks, lion fish and more. Enjoyed playing with friends and meeting like minded, adventure loving people. Sunrise from the cabanas on the water are stunning. A shout out to guides MJ, Narry, Wilson, Charlie and Doreth who set the tone for a rich, soulful experience. Marcy and Melissa in the kitchen served us up a great mix of fresh, mouth watering meals that have inspired my cooking back home. Phil was ever so supportive in assisting us in managing the ins and outs of COVID while traveling. They have put together a winning, memorable vacation experience. It was such a treat to get away and experience island life - so hope to do it again.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Cody W wrote a review Jan 2022
Carmel, California4 contributions
I can't say enough good about this entire experience - we've been twice now. The Island is really as good as it gets with blue warm water and abundant sea life on one of the healthiest remaining reefs in the world. But what really inspires me to write this review is the people. The guides are fun, kind, knowledgeable, and skillful. My family deeply cares for these guys. German, Nari, MJ, Wilson, Luis - the best! Back in Belize City we were cared for by the owner (Phil) and Jose. These guys really have your back. They looked after us up until our return shuttle to the airport - very comforting. This really is a perfect vacation in Covid times.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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mary wrote a review Jan 2022
Fidalgo Island, Washington1 contribution
Wow! What a totally cool and unique experience. First: just to be on that small gorgeous Caye in that sea air all the time. Second: great teaching. “Kayak surfing session at 9:00” and then right out charging the phone waves. Or snorkel, sea kayak, SUP, kite surf. From the start MJ and the guides (some have been there >20yrs) just teach, make sure you’re safe, then encourage and give options to try stuff. Newbie, I kayaked to long snorkel on day two. Third and more: hot fresh local ingredients homemade meals. Sunsets. Eco-friendly. Do whatever you want. I mean, seriously. Volleyball. Sunbathe. Read a book. Avoid your friends and family. Spend time with your friends and family. Be alone. That’s right, we’re better people for having been there. Thank you MJ, Neri, Wilson, German, Luis, Marci, Aurora !
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Bought an aeroskin dive suit — loved for snorkeling. Didn’t scuba but would’ve been great too....
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, airport transportation, and breakfast buffet.
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