Between July and September 2017, over 400 schools of whales were spotted in the waters around Islas Secas by Panecetacea, a non-profit marine research organization that Islas Secas supports.
During whale watching season, whales can be seen from the property, and boat trips can be made to get closer to these majestic species. The show the whales put on – breaching, spy hopping, tail slapping and lob tailing – will leave you with no doubt as to why Panama whale watching is some of the best. And no matter where it’s viewed from, it’s sure to be a highlight of your Panama island vacation.
Our sustainable whale-watching program follows best practices established by the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and allows guests to witness these majestic annual visitors along their journey.