Eco-conscious travel is at the top of this year’s agenda, so we’re thrilled to hear that the world’s luxury resorts are getting in on the act – and we’re talking more than banning single-use plastics and marketing-driven attempts at sustainability. Designed to run 100% self-sufficiently on solar energy, the newly opened Islas Secas is an archipelago of 14 Panamanian islands targeted specifically at the intrepid luxe traveller. Here, relaxed in the knowledge that they’re holidaying with a provider that’s raising the bar in sustainable experiential travel, visitors can explore the country’s unique ocean wilderness – think rugged Pacific coastlines, humpback whales, marine safaris and lush flora and fauna. Tire of all of that and they can chill on the property’s private beach or be pampered at its tented spa set deep in the tropical jungle.
Photography courtesy of Islas Secas