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Panama Private Islands

Panama Private Islands

Coming soon to Odyssey Travel…Panama

Marc Harris, the MD of Odyssey Travels, will continue his quest to find the perfect beach retreat in January as he flies over to Panama. Marc’s mission is to explore a country where a couple of very promising luxurious boutique properties have opened.

Panama is often overlooked by the increasingly popular Costa Rica that has established itself as one of our favourite wildlife destinations in Latin America. Panama offers a different flavour and we think the following hotels could just fill a gap in the market.

Isla Palenque is managed by an extremely professional group that works with the absolute best eco-lodges and hotels of Costa Rica. Isla Palenque looks set to be another first class eco resort located in a haven for wildlife. This 400 acre desert island in Panama’s Chiriqui Gulf offers a mixture of accommodation options ranging from chic suites to tented rooms. The style is contemporary Panamanian with the use of local raw materials to create bespoke furniture. Everything is finished to a very high standard and for those seeking barefoot luxury with first class service then we anticipate this hotel to be perfect.

Whether you are looking to enjoy the days listening to birdsong whilst swinging on hammock or perhaps you prefer to take to the trail or venture out to the water for a spot of snorkeling. The lodge caters for all interests led by their inhouse expert guides.

Islas Secas is the second luxurious eco-lodge that we are really excited about. The collection of a 14 islands that is around 20 miles from the mainland promises luxury, exclusivity and an assortment of activities to explore the archipelago. Reaching the island is a 45 boat ride over calm waters as you escape civilisation and reach a Panama paradise. This luxury eco-lodge is 100% solar powered with sustainability at the forefront of all the design and ethos behind the property.

Whilst here fishing, snorkelling, stand up paddle boarding, whale watching and swimming in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Coba National Park are all available. Alternatively, kick back, relax and enjoy Panama as it should be.

 

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