June 19th, 2013
Although Belize is known for its beautiful sunshine, from time to time, we do get rain. If by chance you are here and this happens, here are some suggestions for rainy day activities:
1. PRIVATE COCKTAIL CLASS
Hone your cocktail skills with a lesson from one of our own master mixologists. Join for a tasty lesson in creating a unique blend of local cocktails and refreshing versions of classics.
June 7th, 2013
Mango Season is in full bloom right now in Belize, so we’re giving you the recipe for one of our favorite Ka’ana cocktails: the Mango-Jalapeño Margarita! Have a little taste of Belize at home!
June 4th, 2013
Congratulations to ADC member Fah Sakharet – she’s the winner of an all-inclusive getaway to Ka’ana Belize | boutique resort! All she did was attend three ADC Adventure Club trips, and boom! Instant vacation.
May 31st, 2013
You like us, you really like us!
Travelers from Small Luxury Hotels of the World voted us their favorite Country House Hotel in the Americas! What an honor!
We aim to please, thanks all.
May 29th, 2013
With her back turned, never revealing her face to the camera, Osmann’s girlfriend guides us all on a journey across the globe to some of the most beautiful, exotic, and radiant environments. Here are some teasers.
May 14th, 2013
Every culture has their own unusual ‘delicacies’ and Belizeans are no exception. Maybe due to the mix of cultures that settled here; the escaped Africans slaves as well as the German Mennonites, Maya (and more) over the years who brought their own customs and traditions. Mash that into one melting pot and you have a plethora of bizarre!
1. Meet the Gibnut or Paca, also affectionately known as the Royal Rat (since served to Queen Elizabeth II on her Belize visit some years ago). Many Belizeans will tell you its a must-try delicacy. Check out Travel Channel’s Andrew Zimmern gibnut feast here.
May 6th, 2013
The jade head was discovered at in the Belize District’s Mayan site of Altun Ha in 1968 by Dr. David Pendergast of the Royal Ontario Museum of Canada. The head, along with forty other objects, had been placed within a large tomb that was located below the stairblock on the Temple of the Masonry Altars. At the center of the tomb were the remains of an elderly adult male. This elite person was likely an important ruler of the site during his lifetime and may have commissioned an artist to produce the large carved object. We do not know the exact date that the head was carved, but analysis of cultural remains within the tomb suggests that the burial, and accompanying grave goods, were deposited in the structure sometime between 600 and 650 A.D.
April 5th, 2013
- 1oz Lime Juice
- ¼ oz Ginger Juice**
- 3 bar spoon sugar
- 2 oz Soda Water
- Scoop of ice
Blend all ingredients together. Enjoy!!!
** Ginger Juice
- 3 slices of Ginger
- 1 oz water
Blend till Ginger is crushed, then strain
March 21st, 2013
Who doesn’t love the taste of hot corn tortillas? Here’s a forever-something you can take home from Belize – Maya knowledge. We’ll set you up with an authentic Maya cook from a nearby village who will demonstrate how she prepares this local staple while you assist.