Seeking barefoot luxury? Islas Secas is a 14-island archipelago on Panama's Pacific coast, 13 of which have been left pristine and undeveloped. The other houses this spectacular, but approachable, stay. Wildlife (including dolphins and humpback whales) greatly outnumbers humans - with only 18 guests welcomed at a time. The hotel has an outdoor-indoor vibe, pairing relaxation (think al fresco tubs, sprawling decks and soul-stirring Pacific views) with a little bit of adventure - the reason mother Felicia (@_felicia_) recommends it as family-friendly winter sun destination. "When planning a family trip, I tend to seek out beautiful and unique properties in new destinations that are a bit off the beaten path. Islas Secas checks off all of these boxes, and remains one of our most memorable experiences," she says.