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Your clients can enjoy the privacy and luxury of staying at the Islas Secas Reserve & Lodge, a private archipelago of 14 volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean that will have its grand opening January 2019, but which is currently in its soft-opening preview phase through May 2018.

Islas Secas Reserve & Lodge is located 15 miles off the coast of Panama, offering an off-the-grid setting in Central America. The property, which can host up to 18 guests at once, offers guests access to one of the world’s most diverse marine ecosystems. The property is made up of four “casita” sites with nine luxury guestrooms within a verdant landscape overlooking the Pacific Ocean, and offers guests sea-to-table cuisine at the Terraza, which offers a fusion of international and traditional Panamanian flavors prepped with locally-sourced ingredients. Additional facilities include a dive center, and a field station, where guest scientists and researchers will be welcomed for in-residency programs to monitor the archipelago’s rich and diverse wildlife. There’s also an Adventure Concierge who can arrange excursions for guests such as exploring the 14 private islands of the archipelago and the UNESCO World Heritage site Coiba National Park, or to go snorkeling, scuba diving, hiking the island’s trails, or enjoying the beach with a picnic lunch. In 2019, a wellness pavilion will be added, and in 2020, they’ll be adding a cliff-facing 4-bedroom, 10,000-sq.-ft. Villa Residence with a private pool.

Islas Secas Reserve & Lodge has pre-opening availability for guests looking to stay now through May 2018. Agents can take advantage of a special offer of 20 percent off standard rates and 15 percent commission. For buyouts of at least nine rooms, agents earn 20 percent commission.

Pre-season rates start at $800 pp per night January-May 2018; rate for a full buyout is $18,000. Rates after the grand opening in January 2019 will bump to $1,000 pp per night and $20,000 per day for a buyout.

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