Leave a Mark: Plant a Tree in Belize with Ka’ana


Here at Ka’ana we take a special pride in our resort grounds. In addition to providing a warm and welcome paradise for your time in Belize, it’s also a vital piece of the local landscape. From the organic garden that provides food for our guests and staff to the trees that give us and the wildlife shade.

As part of our ongoing commitment to sustainability, we recently introduced a “Plant a Fruit Tree” program that allows our guests to personally contribute to the reforestation of the natural environment surrounding Ka’ana Resort.

Imagine leaving a special mark on our beautiful grounds after your vacation, one that not only fosters a love and respect for nature, but ensures that the wild jungles of Belize remain as alive and vibrant for every future adventurer.

Plant a Tree in Belize with Ka'ana Resort

Meet Chris and Erica. Not only did these lovely newlyweds choose Ka’ana for their dream honeymoon, but they became our very first guests to take part in the program. Before they finished their stay at Ka’ana to return to their home in Texas, they planted their very own young mango tree on the grounds.

Plant a Tree in Belize with Ka'ana Resort

By planting fruit trees unique to Belize, you can help provide for the continued growth and protection of the rainforests in our home of San Ignacio. But you won’t be doing it alone. Accompanied by our General Manager and Head Gardener, we’ll help you carefully plant a young sapling tree in a specially prepared area to guarantee it grows and thrives.

In the years that follow, you and your family can always return to find your tree and check on its progress, and see how it contributes to keeping our piece of paradise healthy and green.

Grounds at Ka'ana Belize

If you’re ready to make a difference and sample all the wonders Belize has to offer, get in touch with our team today and we’ll help you plan everything for a perfect eco-conscious getaway. And don’t forget to let us know if you prefer mangoes or bananas!

See all of Ka’ana’s sustainability initiatives right here.