PANAMA

OFF-GRID PACIFIC LUXURY AND AN ABUNDANCE OF NATURE

Best Time to Go
November – May

Currency
Balboa / USD

Language
Spanish

Our Panama luxury holidays begin in some of the country’s most remote regions. Travel to Panama’s little known Pacific Coast, and you will discover unimaginable treasures. Here private luxury villas flanked by deserted golden sand and emerald tropical forest are Panama’s best-kept secret. Explore a new world of uninhabited volcanic islands, secret beaches and pristine marine reserves that have remained untouched for centuries. A short hop from Panama City, Panama beach holidays can deliver the ultimate combination of electric city life and blissful island escapism.

Available Properties

Isla Secas
Isla Secas, Panama
Isla Secas, Panama A remote, luxury private island and eco-resort situated 20 miles off Panama’s Pacific coast where responsible wildlife-watching opportunities abound.
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Isla Palenque, Panama
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Isla Palenque is a luxury boutique beach resort like no other, a place to forget about the world. Embraced by the utmost luxury, discover an island steeped in natural beauty, all your very own.
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Interesting to Know

From Sunrise to Sunset

The sun rises on the Pacific and sets on the Atlantic

Seven Wonders

The Panama Canal is one of the wonders of the modern world

Nature in numbers

10,000 different plant species are native to Panama

City Rainforest

Panama City is the only capital with a rainforest within city limits

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PANAMA CITY

Panama City is the gateway for most of our luxury holidays in Panama, and it is worth spending a day or two here. Have lunch overlooking the Panama Canal and watch giant ships inch down one of the world’s most impressive waterways that links the Atlantic and Pacific. In contrast to the city’s bustling urban metropolis, visit Casco Viejo, the bohemian old quarter paved by cobbled streets, rooftop bars playing live music and charming boutique hotels. There are excellent galleries and museums to discover alongside a local expert.

BOQUETE AND THE CHIRIQUE VALLEY

These spring-like mountain highlands and volcanic valleys were once a strategic gateway for gold miners making their way to the coast. The local town of Boquete has a lively art and music scene, and there are some charming colonial boutique hotels on the outskirts of town. Hike to the top of the Volcan Baru, the highest peak in Panama, explore ancient walking trails beside the Caldera River and immerse yourself in fresh mountain air surrounded by nature.