Islas Secas Resort

Address: Islas Secas Archipelago, Chiriqui, Panama | Resort
 
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This resort, located on Islas Secas Archipelago, Chiriqui, is near Sarigua National Park and Cerro Hoya National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Chiriqui

      Border Crossing into Panama

      A travel blog entry by aquest on Nov 06, 2014

      34 photos

      ... Panama border and we did not have the exit stamps or permits from Costa Rica so back we have to go. The bikes have to be turned round in between trucks up curbs no easy fully loaded. The fixer from Panama stayed with us and showed us were to pay for our exit stamp. At immigration they wanted us to pay again 30 minutes of arguing finally they give us the stamps. ...

      "Oh, how beautiful is Panama"

      A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on May 07, 2014

      32 photos

      ... dockside meal at Buena Vista Bar & Grill, and a little further to take our clothes to a laundry service. Later we had a fantastic tuna tartare on taco chips at Raw Fusion, also dockside.

      The next day in another decadent move, we spurned our bicycles for a 150cc scooter and explored the island. The main road to Boca del Drago was lovely and would have been strenuous on a bicycle; perched on the scooter we didn’t break a sweat. We stopped off at the bat cave ...

      Boquete Panama Real Estate

      A travel blog entry by jump7napkin on Mar 25, 2014

      Panama Connection Real Estate is a full-service, Boquete Panama Real Estate offering you expertise in the marketing and sale of properties. Whether you wish to buy or sell residential homes, farms, land lots, commercial or investment properties, such as hotels and land developments, we can ...

      Detox time

      A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Sep 25, 2013

      3 photos

      ... the property, run the wrong way. After living in the national park of Guayabo with it's own national archaeological site and the care and expense that's taken to preserve it, it seems like madness that the many artefacts here are stored in an unlocked outhouse and the local hydroelectrical damn work unearthed (and destroyed) many more. Amazing though too, that sites like this may exist the world over - there's still more to explore! So a week after I arrived ...

      Never want to leave

      A travel blog entry by thespeck on Mar 12, 2013

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      ... which steals much of the profit margin. She did say that there is low employee turnover and the locals take a great deal of pride in their beach and mostly welcome the influx of visitors. Another issue is keeping people from over running the property and this is made into a money making venture by charging $10.70 for resort access for non guests. GM Lisa talked to us for an hour or so and then it was time to load up and head out. There was a ...