Book an $18 night at Belize resort and send a child to school

Spend three nights and get a fourth night for $18, which pays for a child to go to school in Belize 
Photo: Ka'ana Boutique Resort

SAN IGNACIO, Belize, September 21, 2011—Spend three nights at the Ka’ana Boutique Resort in Belize and get a fourth night for just $18.  That $18 will be donated directly to the unique Adopt-A-School summer program when you book a stay.

The fourth night’s fee of $18 pays for an entire year of a child’s school tuition when you stay at Ka’ana from now through November 15, 2011, with rates beginning at $786. The four-night stay includes accommodations in the resort’s luxury villas.

Ka’ana Boutique Resort is located 70 miles outside of Belize City.  The luxury resort is the country’s first Small Leading Hotels of the World.  The spa taps local botanicals for treatments and consults with a local Mayan Shaman for wellness programs.   La Ceiba, the resort’s primary restaurant, relies on its own garden of organic produce for much of its menu.

Ka’ana is known for its commitment to the community, particularly to local children.  In addition to supporting educational scholarship programs, it also helps fund renovation projects, as well as sports and nutrition programs of the nearby Succotz Primary School.  Ka’ana can also arrange opportunities for guests interested in spending some of their vacation assisting in efforts to improve the lives of local children.

For complete package details, call 1-877-KAANA-21 and use promotional code KAASO.

 

An inveterate traveler, Andrea Poe writes frequently about travel for national and international publications. You can email Andrea at andcpoe at gmail dot com or follow her travel notes as andpoe on Twitter. She is also editor of Food & Travel at The Washington Times Communities.

 


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Andrea Poe is a veteran journalist, whose work has appeared in thousands of publications, including Town & Country, Marie Claire and Entrepreneur.  She is the author of several books and her work has appeared in many others, including anthologies and college textbooks. 

Andrea serves as editor of the Travel & Food section at The Washington Times Communities.  Her love of travel has led her to cover everything from remote villages in the Andes to her hometown of New York, from Paris to Pittsburgh, from Beijing to the Bahamas.  No matter where she travels, she likes to uncover the unusual and share with readers those often-overlooked aspects of a place and its people.  She dubs her column Raven’s Eye as a nod to her illustrious (and, yes, infamous) relative, Edgar Allan Poe, a writer who knew more than a little something about the quirky and unique.  

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