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Sustainability with Itz’ana Resort and Residences Placencia Stann Creek
Sustainability

A Belize Resort Committed to Sustainability

Itz'ana brings eco-luxury to life. Located in the emerald waters of the Caribbean Sea on 17 pristine acres of peaceful Mayan jungle in western Belize, Itz'ana is committed to protecting our beautiful country and community.
Green Globe by Itz’ana Resort and Residences in Placencia, Stann Creek

Green Globe

There is no luxury quite like a sustainable luxury. Itz'ana Resort and Residences is proud of the eco-friendly initiatives and conservation programs our team has set in place to make eco-luxury a possibility. With a determination to do the very best for our community, country, and planet, we are now Green Globe Certified.

The Green Globe Standard represents the highest level of sustainability, and our team looks forward to soon receiving their seal of approval on our operations and programs at Itz'ana.

Cayo Animal Welfare Society from Itz’ana Resort and Residences Placencia Stann Creek

Cayo Animal Welfare Society

We are a proud supporter of the Cayo Animal Welfare Society (CAWS). We've fostered pets from CAWS until they have found a home and have also assisted CAWS in visiting local schools to help educate children about the importance of caring for animals.
save the manatee of Itz’ana Resort and Residences Placencia Stann Creek
save the manatee of Itz’ana Resort and Residences Placencia Stann Creek

Save The Manatee

Help us protect the Manatees in our Placencia Peninsula. We support and work together with Jamal Galves from The Real Manatee Man to help protect this beautiful specie. 
Belize Wildlife Clinic from Itz’ana Resort and Residences Placencia Stann Creek

Belize Wildlife Clinic

The Belize Wildlife Clinic is an organization that we are passionate about. Our resort is located in the jungle surrounded by the beautiful wildlife of Belize so it's importance to us that our native creatures be cared for. Early on in 2018, we rescued an injured howler monkey that had been hit by a car in front of the resort. We rushed her to the Belize Wildlife Clinic where she was cared for in the primate rehabilitation program and is now doing  well.  Along with donations we send, we also ask for regular updates on our little howler monkey, we lovingly call Valiente, meaning "Brave" in Spanish.

To learn more about this incredible clinic, visit their website here.