Escape from civilisation and unearth the unspoiled islands of Isla Secas. Savour a private island retreat from the modern comfort of this eco-resort and gain unrivalled access to one of the world’s most vibrant underwater worlds where giant manta rays, bottle-nose dolphins, and sea turtles reside.
Four wooden cásitas (range from one-bedroom to four-bedroom)
Library with games
Restaurant and bar
Venture to a private casita, nestled amongst tropical trees and wonderfully equipped with a plunge pool, day bed, and thatched cabana for outdoor dining. After daily explorations, immerse into an intimate sanctuary, marvel at glorious ocean views from a four-poster Indian teakwood bed, and relish the luxurious chance to shower under the stars. Taste the flavour of Panama through fine, local ingredients served from the ocean-facing Terraza restaurant. Its high bamboo structure can be found at the heart of the resort – a communal space to socialise and share stories around beautiful marble tables. Wander barefoot across wooden decking to discover charming floor cushions, beanbags on the sand, and a calming ocean breeze to accompany. Delight in varying lunch locations during a stay at Isla Secas. Whether it’s a barbeque on neighbouring Isla Pargo or a fresh picnic on board a boat, you will be blessed with delectable dishes carefully curated by the talented culinary team. Appreciate the fabulously attentive staff who are on-hand 24/7 to meet your every desire. A member of the team will create an exciting day plan after gauging your thoughts and ideas the previous evening. Delight in a daily yoga session before commencing a refreshing day exploring the wondrous archipelago or unwinding by the swimming pool.
The resort is powered using solar-generated energy
All food waste is 100% recycled and wastewater is used for irrigation
The resort was constructed mindfully to avoid damaging its natural surroundings and endemic plant life
Why we love it
From your base on Islas Secas, personally create your own unforgettable marine safari to uncover the endless ocean wilderness. Boasting 750 species of tropical fish, two different populations of humpback whales also greet the Gulf of Chiriqui each year and are a thrill to see. Venture to the UNESCO-designated protected marine area of Coiba National Marine Park to learn about this vital ecosystem, home to numerous threatened species.
Planning your experience
Contact our Private Adventures team to find out more about our great accommodation partners and to start planning your own bespoke experience.
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