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A fleet of immaculately maintained all-terrain vehicles, both single and two-person, awaits Isla Simca’s guests.
There are long beaches and 40 miles of steep mountain tracks for the thrill-seeker. The choice is yours.
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By itself, jet skiing creates a rush. In the virgin waters around Isla Simca, with nothing but uninhabited islands
and islets in sight, a more apt description for the feeling is indescribably exhilarating.
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Our ATV’s like the beach as well as they do our mountain trails.
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Local gauchos will guide guests, both experienced and beginners, on trail rides.
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Diving is world-class: there’s an excellent local dive-master with state of the art equipment,
available for beginners instruction and experienced divers.
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One and two-person sea kayaks are available not only for the short ride between Isla Simca and Panama’s Pacific coastline,
but also for exploring the surrounding islands, their caves, and the mangroves.
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One island has a fascinating blow-hole, delightfully surprising kayakers who stop to explore.
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Kayaking and jet-skiing adventurers find miles of virgin coastline.
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Fishing in the waters around Isla Simca has attracted world-class fishers
(for Yellow Fin Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Snapper, Sail Fish, African Pompano, Amber Jack).
This may be the most important difference between Isla Simca and other private island experiences: the wildness of its nature and the options for adventure.

After owner Jean Pigozzi selected this island for his dream house on the sea, he saw to its total privacy by acquiring 10,000 acres of untouched coastline just across the narrow channel. All of this is a playground, now, for Isla Simca’s guests: empty seas and mangroves for kayaking, world-class fishing, SCUBA diving and jet skiing, 40 miles of mountain tracks for ATV riding and horseback riding, long trails for guided jungle walks.