Belizean culture, history, and adventure all converge at the luxurious Ka’ana Resort & Spa. 


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  • Organic Herb Garden on Property

    Organic Herb Garden on Property

    organic garden providing fresh ingredients to the kitchen

  • Fruit Trees On Property

    Fruit Trees On Property

  • Farm-to-Table Program

    Farm-to-Table Program

  • Massage Services

    Massage Services

  • In-room Yoga Mats

    In-room Yoga Mats

  • Non-Smoking Hotel

    Non-Smoking Hotel

  • Hiking Trails

    Hiking Trails

  • Vegetarian Food Options

    Vegetarian Food Options

  • Vegan Food Options

    Vegan Food Options

  • Spa On Property

    Spa On Property

  • Fitness Programs

    Fitness Programs

  • In-room Healthy Snacks

    In-room Healthy Snacks


  • Eco-Friendly Bath Products

  • Composting

  • Recycle Program

  • Green Sustainability Team

  • LED Lighting

  • Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products

Community Impact

  • Local Farmers Program

  • Community Charity

  • Locally Sourced Furnishings

  • Employee Volunteer Hours

    allow for employees to volunteer during work hours

  • New Jobs Created

  • Local Community Mentorship

    High School mentor program with local youth to learn about the hospitality industry


The Setting

Located deep within the tropical jungle of Western Belize, Ka’ana is the ultimate nature lover’s retreat in Central America, nestled on the edge of an ancient Maya city and with easy access to Maya archeological sites and national parks. Lose yourself in this jungle paradise where on any given day you can include unwinding at the spa, resetting on the yoga deck, soaking in the pool, and strolling the two-acre organic garden.

Sleep and Sanctuary

Ka’ana strives to create a comfortable yet stylish living space specifically designed for travelers with amenities like a minibar, complimentary Wi-Fi, twice daily housekeeping, complimentary ironing, and local eco-friendly cleaning products. Totalling 17 suites and villas on property, each is appointed with a private entrance and outdoor sitting area adjacent to peaceful views of tropical greenery. Consider yourself treated.

Eat. Pray. Eat.

Food is given a sacred honor amidst the thousand-year-old Maya culture of Ka’ana, evidenced by the many ingredients picked from the resort’s organic garden. Furthermore, the relationship with the environment is heavily emphasized at Ka’ana, as plant-based dining options are offered throughout the property.



  • Complimentary Parking

  • Complimentary Breakfast

  • Pool

  • Spa

  • Airport Transportation

  • Yoga Programs

  • Restaurant

  • Room Service

  • Fire Pits on Property

  • Minibar

  • Bath Robes

  • Family Friendly

  • Flat Screen TV

  • Mini Fridge

  • Local Car Service

  • Baby Sitting Program

  • Baby Crib Service

  • Entertainment

  • Pet Friendly

  • Complimentary WiFi

  • Bar Lounge

  • Happy Hour

  • Weddings


Check-in: 3 PM | Must be 18 years old to check-in | Late check-in upon availability
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Special check-in instructions

Front desk staff will greet guests on arrival

Access methods

Staffed front desk


Pets not allowed

Children and extra beds
  • Children are welcome
  • Rollaway/extra beds are available for BZD 100.0 per night
  • Cribs (infant beds) are not available



Kind Eats and Drinks
  • Enjoy Caribbean cuisine at Ko-Ox Han Nah, including several vegan items like vegetarian soups and breakfast fry jacks. (5, Burns Ave, San Ignacio, Belize)
  • Feeling a little homesick? Dig into comfort foods like gluten-free lasagna, vegan dumplings and pasta at Food 4 U. (Savannah St, San Ignacio, Belize)
Conscious Culture
  • Ka’ana offers Maya cooking classes on site featuring a traditional Maya stove called fogon. Sign up to learn about ancient cooking techniques and natural flavor profiles used in authentic Maya dishes.
Mindful Adventures
  • Located just 45 minutes away from Ka’ana, the Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave (ATM) is a must-visit in Belize. The famous spot is where sacrificial ceremonies once took place, and where guests can now tap into their inner Indiana Jones to witness the skeletal remains and artifacts of Maya ancestors.
  • Located at the largest UNESCO World Heritage Site in Guatemala, Tikal is the largest remaining city from the thousand-year-old Maya civilization known today. You might even witness wildlife exclusive to the tropical jungle in Central America like howler monkeys.
Do Good for the Day
  • Guests can partake in Pack for a Purpose, in which extra luggage space is used to pack supplies needed by local schools in Western Belize.
  • Stop by a local school to donate school supplies to youth in need.
  • Volunteer at local senior home, Octavia Waight Centre, where you can take actions to express your gratitude towards those who have contributed to the community for years.
Be Kind to Yourself

Sign up for a chocolate-making tour and class, where you’ll get a first-hand experience in the making of fine candy amidst the birthplace of the finest cocoa beans in the world.


Western Highway, Belize


By plane

Belize is accessible by several ports of entry in the United States including Miami, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago. Direct flights from Los Angeles and New York are available, too.

  • Domestic flights are usually handled by Belize City Airport (TZA).
  • International traffic is handled by Philip Goldson International Airport (BZE/PGIA).
By automobile

Self-parking is available free of charge