SAFARI IN ISLAS SECAS
Begin off Panama’s Pacific Coast, where you’ll gain exclusive access to the little-known Islas Secas archipelago. While staying in this pristine wilderness scattered across 14 gorgeous atolls, you’ll see its wondrous natural bounty both above and below the waterline.
A naturalist will guide you on a trans-island hike for glimpses of rarely seen species and endemic vegetation.
Dive among its turtles and rays, with one eye out for humpback whales, and take a paddleboard to reach its empty beaches and unseen caves. Try out wakeboarding or surfing on its uncrowded waves. When the sun sinks into the ocean, enjoy cocktails with your toes dug into the sand of a private beach.
PANAMA CITY & CANAL
An island of history amid the skyscrapers and old-world charm of Panama City is Casco Viejo. Formerly its own 17th-century walled city, this gorgeous neighborhood is full of colonial and neoclassical monuments and buildings.
With a guide alongside to unlock the local history, you’ll wander the cobbled streets of Casco Viejo, see the views from Cerro Ancon, and taste delicious fresh ceviche at a renowned fish market.
You’ll also gain exclusive access to the historic Panama Canal, seeing what are usually restricted areas. With your guide, discover the remarkable history and engineering secrets of this 48-mile man-made waterway connecting two oceans.