Front Row Views of the Whale Migration at Islas Secas, Panama

Front Row Views of the Whale Migration at Islas Secas, Panama

Located off the wild, rugged Pacific Coast of Panama, Islas Secas is an inspired eco-destination befitting the most intrepid traveler. 

Home to seven individually designed Casitas sites accommodating a total of 24 guests on the private 14-island archipelago, Islas Secas combines the wonders of Panama’s incredible natural land and seascape with genuinely sustainable hospitality and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities for adventure. 

With an undisturbed 20 miles between Islas Secas and the coast of mainland Panama, the property offers a unique, front-row viewing of the Humpback whale migration from feeding areas off Antarctica and Chile. Available until September 5th, visitors can expect to see large “pods” of Humpback whales right from the property’s shoreline, with boat trips also available to those interested in getting a closer look at this magnificent species in its natural habitat. Their breaching, spy hopping, tail slapping and lob tailing will leave guests with no doubt as to why Panama’s whale-watching is some of the best in the world. 

This undisturbed region is also home to one of the largest coral reefs in the Pacific, beautiful beaches and two vast, protected marine parks, creating a truly untouched marine and wildlife oasis for guests to revel in during their stay. Whale-watching and more can be arranged with the on-site adventure concierge to help connect travelers with nature in its purest form.

HOW: Islas Secas is offering an exclusive package for whale watching season from July 29 – September 5, 2021. The package includes 3 nights in a tented casita, return flights from Panama City, and all activities (including whale watching). Package prices start at $9,320 based on 2 people sharing a Tented Casita.