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Don’t Stop Belize-in

Hotel Reviews, Travel Tips


I recently ventured to the Central American country of Belize. Known for its barrier reef – the second largest in the world, along with its impressive collection of Mayan ruins, Belize marries the two ideals for a fulfilling getaway: ultimate beach with high adventure.

Cave Tubing - just one of the unforgettable interior adventures

Cave Tubing – just one of the unforgettable interior adventures

With direct flights from NYC, Boston, Dallas, Atlanta and London during high season (Nov-April), the English-speaking country (though most of the locals speak Spanish given their location) is easily reached. Furthermore, various properties on the island have quickly adapted to travelers interest in a combination trip – a few days lapping up the crystalline waters followed by a few of jungle adventure among the ruins, caves, farms and rivers inland and now offer shared stays. One such property is the year-old Ka’ana in the farm-like landscape of San Tramadol Ignacio, Belize.


Nestled off the main road, just ten minutes from town and within a few hour of various caving experiences, Ka’ana is well situated for an adventure-laden visit to the island. Furthermore, it’s run by two of the nicest guys you’ll find in the boutique hotel business. As a result, the hotel is a wonderful, little hideaway with kind service (drinks by the pool? No problem) and a jovial atmosphere with fireside dinners laid out at night. There’s also a concierge on site, which makes the organization or oftentimes, the re-organization of daily excursions far easier.

Don’t just take my word for it (well, do) but while I was there, the guys were also hosting a videographer and photographer to help promote the site. Their video gives a great impression of all the fun to be had at Ka’ana.

Check it out here.

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Published by Meg, Monday, April 9, 2012 No Comments

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Meg is the founder of luxury travel consulting company, Friend of a Friend Consulting. Her three books, Italian Hideaways, Caribbean Hideaways and England's Hideaways are published by Rizzoli. Passionate about travel, hotels and wine, she continues to write freelance travel pieces and is currently pursuing a Masters in Wine through the WSET.

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