Private Island Buyouts at Islas Secas
A Tropical Private Island, All to Your Own
Be transported to your own tropical island, step foot onto the soft sand of a blissfully remote archipelago that’s all yours – and kick off your wedding, reunion, celebration, or precious time with loved ones. That’s what renting the private island resort of Islas Secas means: extraordinary surroundings, laid-back luxury, and endless possibilities to make memories to last a lifetime.
Renting a private island for a family or group vacation
Take over Islas Secas and allow us to create your perfect family reunion or group vacation. With different Casitas perfectly suited to different groupings – from couples and parents with children, to larger families – you can be sure that everyone will be in their ideal accommodation. Our team, meanwhile, will make sure each day is as adventure-filled or as relaxing as you wish.
Celebrating special occasions: A private island experience
Special anniversary? Milestone birthday? Family reunion? Bachelorette party? Mark the occasion with a private island buyout and let us do the rest. From whale-watching (seasonal) trips and epic to watersports, nature hikes, and rejuvenating days in our rainforest Secascent Spa, your group will be entertained, enthralled, and brought together.
Renting a private island for a wedding
A private island buyout at Islas Secas means you can craft the intimate wedding of your dreams. Take over our beautiful selection of Casitas and let your guests spread out and relax, while the festivities get underway at a variety of breathtaking locations. From delicious tailor-made menus inspired by local, Panamanian cuisine, to beach BBQs, poolside lunches, and surprise picnics, our expert team can cater to any wedding or romantic occasion. Add to that magical celebrations at Terraza, dancing beneath the stars on the beach, and a huge range of exciting daytime activities, and you’ve got your perfect tropical paradise wedding.
Renting a private island for an event
Islas Secas provides the ultimate backdrop for retreats, events, and summits. From its inspirational conservation and sustainability to its breezily chic accommodation and delicious gastronomy, these pristine islands are an incredible setting for thought leaders, like-minded souls, and innovative groups to come together and make a difference.
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● Daily made-to-order breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including beach picnics and BBQs
● Most beverages including soft drinks, beers, house wines, and spirits
● Fully stocked minibar replenished once daily
● All recreational and educational activities on the island, including guided nature hikes
● Scuba diving and snorkeling trips within the Islas Secas archipelago (one trip per day)
● Non-motorized water sports activities including stand-up paddle-boarding and kayaking
● One half-day fishing trip within the Islas Secas archipelago per stay
● One 60-minute spa treatment per guest (18 years and above) per stay, plus daily yoga classes
● Laundry (please note that dry cleaning is not available at the resort).
Tucked away in a tranquil corner of the private Islas Secas archipelago, this small, secluded resort has seven casitas accommodating up to 24 guests:
● Three Tented Casitas (one bedroom each)
● Casita Mirador (one bedroom)
● Casita Tres Palmas (two bedrooms)
● Casita Sombras (two bedrooms)
● Casita Grande (four bedrooms).
Most of our private islands are accessible, but they do not all have facilities. Cavada is the main island, featuring the Casitas, Secasent Spa and Terraza restaurant. Most beach activities take place on Cavada, Pargo, and Canales islands. Pargo has a sandy beach and private island picnics, while Canales has a beautiful sandy beach and a short hiking trail. For fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, diving, whale-watching, and other nautical activities, we use the whole archipelago.
It is not viable or sustainable to visit some islands, due to their terrain or ecological value. This includes Cocos Island (home to an important colony of Magnificent Frigatebirds) and Barracuda Island (Brown Boobies can be seen here), but it's easier to appreciate both the birds and the beautiful volcanic cliffs and formations from the sea.