Day beds in the pool at Islas Secas resort allow guests to cool down while enjoying a spectacular view of the ocean | Islas Secas
A guest enjoys the magnificent sights on offer during the nature tours of the tropical wilderness of Islas Secas resort | Islas Secas
Two large birds fly over the horizon as the sun sets at Islas Secas resort | Islas Secas
A woman treads the shallows of the ocean on the beautiful islands of the Islas Secas resort | Islas Secas
Guests enjoy a spectacular diving experience at the Islas Secas resort | Islas Secas

What kind of adventure-seeker are you…?

What kind of adventure-seeker are you…?
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A  private island vacation on Islas Secas offers adventures like nowhere else on earth. So tell us: what kind of adventure-seeker are you?

Are you… an adrenaline junkie?

Let’s get things going with extreme kayaking around our extraordinary archipelago, followed by an afternoon of zooming over the reef with a seabob or flying over the surface by e-foil. Next, it’s surfing our fantastic waves, followed by hiking on deserted Pargo Island, or a thrilling fishing trip. And that’s not all. From scuba diving in Coiba National Park to adventurous wildlife cruises, this really is the experience of a lifetime.

Are you…a bird and wildlife obsessive?

You’re in for a treat. Our protected collection of 14 islands is home to 97 species of bird, as well as lush, endemic flora. We’ll show you the lay of the land with a nature cruise around the islands, led by our wildlife expert extraordinaire, Beny. Next day, we’ll introduce you to birdwatching on Islas Secas, followed by an exhilarating hike to spot as many as we can. Other highlights include looking for turtles, heading to Coiba National Park for some very special scuba diving, and a boat trip to see our vital colony of magnificent frigatebirds, or, in season, spotting humpback whales.

Are you… a fishing aficionado?

No matter what time of year you visit, we have some of the world’s finest fishing here at Islas Secas. We’ll kick things off with a nature cruise to familiarize you with the islands, followed on day two by a boat ride out into the big blue – to deep-sea fish Panama’s famous Hannibal Bank and Montuosa Island. We’re the closest resort to these remarkable waters, while scuba diving or snorkeling in Coiba National Park reveals myriad species. From transforming your catch into the freshest ceviche to having a private island escape on Pargo, you’ll have boasting rights for life.

Are you… an adventure-loving family?

Oh! The places you’ll go…Little adventurers won’t believe their eyes when we head out on an adventure cruise around the islands. From frigatebirds to dolphins, it’s the perfect introduction to Islas Secas. Next day, you’ll all have an introduction to birding, followed by a session of ‘nature bingo’ and coral-necklace making, while the grownups relax. From bespoke treasure hunts and beach games, to learning how to scuba dive and fish, this is all about having fun and making memories together.

Are you… a traveling foodie?

We don’t want to blow our own trumpet, but Terraza, led by Saul, is widely regarded as the finest restaurant in Panama. Our team will cook you up a feast of experiences, from five-course fine dining beneath the stars, to paella on the beach, to catching your own fish and learning how to transform it into the freshest ceviche – plus hugely fun mixology classes. Your foodie notebook will be fit to burst.

Are you… a scuba fan?

The Gulf of Chiriquí is one of the least explored and richest marine ecosystems on the planet, and scuba divers are literally spoilt for choice. You might spend the morning floating around underwater pinnacles spotting manta rays and turtles, or discovering caves home to green morays, and afternoons on a drift dive, passing colorful coral and parrot fish. Or head to the celebrated Coiba National Park, where the waters have been protected for centuries. Add to that wildlife kayaking, swooping over coral with a seabob, and fascinating talks on marine conservation, and you’ll know you just have to come back.


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