One of the most basic, and also one of the most beautiful, island camps in Belize is Glover's Atoll Resort. In truth, staying here is like camping, and to call it a resort is to stretch the definition a long, long way. But the prisine beauty of the atoll is what makes it special. Rates are affordable: Tent camping is BZ$198 per person for six nights, and over-the-water thatch cabañas are around BZ$600 double for six nights. (All rates plus tax.) There's no power and no
running water. You need to bring your own food and water, toilet paper, soap, and other necessities, as prepared meals (for example, breakfast is BZ$24) and supplies on the island are expensive. Diving and snorkeling are great. Free transport to the atoll leaves Sittee River on Sunday and returns on Saturday; if you miss that you'll pay BZ$1,400 round-trip for up to six persons from Sittee, and BZ$3,200 from Belize City.