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            June 17, 2006

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Victoria Peak at 3,675 feet (second tallest point in Belize), located on the remote northern boundary of the 150 sq. mile Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary
Photo by Gustavo Giron of Astrum Helicopters

Glover's Atoll is a World Heritage Site and Marine Reserve. Glovers Atoll Island Lodge is located on our privately owned 9 acre; 5 hectare Northeast Cay in the Glovers Marine Reserve, white sand, coral, & coconut trees, left in their natural state on top of the pristine reef.

GLOVER'S ATOLL was named after pirate brothers, John and Rodger Glover, in the1750's. Before pirates the Mayans sailed here, pieces of Mayan pottery have been found on the islands and beaches. In 1996 the Atoll was designated as Marine Reserve.

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The Bell 206 B Jet Ranger is a 5 place helicopter with an average cruise speed of 100 mph, range of 330 miles and an endurance of 3 hours and 15 minutes.

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