Five Star Resort in Belize
- Ka'ana Boutique Resort
- Mile 69 1/4 Benque Viejo Road
- San Ignacio, Cayo
Proximity to the Xunantunich ruins, Caracol, Mountain Pine Ridge and the Caves River Branch make Ka'ana perfect for daily outings. Just 20 minutes from the Guatemala border, a trip to Tikal ruins is also a possibility. Back at the resort, wind down with a muscle-soothing massage before dinner by the pool.
Directions to Hotel
From Philip Goldson International Airport: Leave the airport and take a left unto the Northern Highway into the town of Ladyville. Look for the signs to the Bermudian Landing Bamboo sanctuary or to Burrel Boom Village. Take a left turn off the highway towards Burrel Boom and proceed From Philip Goldson International Airport: Leave the airport and take a left unto the Northern Highway into the town of Ladyville. Look for the signs to the Bermudian Landing Bamboo Sanctuary or to Burrel Boom Village. Take a left turn off the highway towards Burrel Boom and proceed westward on the Burrel Boom road for approximately 10 miles until you exit unto the Western Highway. Take the first right at the roundabout in Hattieville and proceed on the Western Highway towards Belmopan. You will remain on this highway for approximately 60 miles until crossing the bridge into San Ignacio Town. Once across the bridge, take the third right on the roundabout around the Central Park. Proceed up that hill as it exits town. Stay on this, the Benque Viejo Road, for about 2 miles and look for the entrance to Ka’ana Resort on the right hand side of the road.
Banquets & Meetings
Belize Meeting Room available for group of up to 25 people. Room features all modern amenities and equipment including a large drop down screen, LCD projector for use with PC's, flat screen TV, flip charts, DVD, and I-pod with docking station.
Disabled access is available to casitas and to our La Ceiba Restaurant and Frieze Lounge.
Fine Dining on Site
At Ka'ana's La Ceiba Restaurant, we offer elegant indoor and relaxed outdoor seating. Executive chef, Sean Kuylen focuses on taking local cuisine and adding a modern flair to create unique, sumptuous dishes reflective of the multiple regions of Belize and that are able to please the most discerning palates. Fresh ingredients from the resort's organic garden and an extensive wine selection from the private cellar accentuate the distinct flavours and pair well with every dish
High Speed Internet
Available in all rooms and in main buildings.
The infinity pool at Ka'ana is nestled in lush foliage indicative of being on the outskirts of the Belizean rainforest. The pool avoids the harsh chemicals generally used in resort pools by utilizing a salt based filtration system and the serenity of the 'waterfall' infinity edge adds the soothing sound of cascading water. The constant 4 ft ( 1.2 m) depth makes for comfortable swimming as well as just relaxing on a warm day. Guests at Ka'ana have also discovered that poolside can double as a romantic dinner location as well as the best place on property to star gaze on a typically cloudless night.
Your own ability and agility will decide the level of the ride, your guides will ask you a few simple questions at the start and assess your ability to handle the hills and trails ahead. This thrilling and often challenging bike ride traverses the a neighboring nature reserve. This is guaranteed to get your heart pumping and your adrenaline racing.
Multiple ecological tours available and can be arranged through resort including tours to rivers, waterfalls, caves, rainforest excursions, canoeing, kayaking, tubing, horseback riding or mountain biking on nature trails, nature reserves, and national parks.
Fishing - Ocean
A day trip to go fishing out near the cayes (pronounced 'keys') can be arranged in advance.
We are centrally located in a region that has many options for hiking in nature reserves and national parks. We can assist you in personalizing your tour which will highlight this region at it's best.
We offer horseback riding tour that features Green Acres Belize where you will ride among the lanes of Green Acres' orange groves to the beautiful banks of the Sibun River. Here we'll cross the river by horseback and turn into the cocoa fields. The cocoa bean was, and still is, used as the main ingredient for the production of chocolate. The cocoa fruit was highly revered by the Maya who also traded the seeds as currency. Your guide explains how this coveted fruit, dubbed as the "Food of the Gods", as it was known among the Maya, is cultivated and used today. After lunch, splash into the cool waters of the Inland Blue Hole, a natural limestone spring, on the way back. The spring flows from an underground cave into another cave.
Ka'ana boasts the largest wine cellar in Western Belize. We have carefully assembled a selection of wines from around the world in an effort to appease all tastes. In a show of homage to a select few growers we also offer our premium cellar select collection, mostly Napa valleys finest. We would be remiss if we did not feature other great vintners from other countries in this listing as well.