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Casa Iguana consists of a series of simple but charming bungalows nestled into a small hill on the southeast side of the island. It's the first of the beach bungalow-and-hut establishments you reach as you make your way from the more populated west side of...More
Little Corn is changing, if slowly inexorably. A "luxury" resort (for Little Corn) is under construction. A seaplane allows visitors to bypass the pounding trip from Big Corn by panga. And Casa Iguana now allows guest to flush waste. (Don't ask.)
Accommodations range from plywood...More
My wife & I just returned from Little Corn. We stayed at Casa Iguana and had a very relaxing time. The Grand Casita # 12 had a fantastic view, the food was outstanding and accommodations, while basic, were comfortable & private. If you are looking...More
My boyfriend and I went to Little Corn Island for a much needed vacation, and stayed 7 nights at Casa Iguana. We rented a Gran Casita, and it was absolutely perfect- 2 futons, our bed, and enough room to stay inside and read, an area...More
We began our stay on Little Corn and Casa Iguana (for a week-long scuba diving vacation) with one of the renowned dinners at the Lodge. We sat with a lovely Aussie couple who reported to us that they had spent the past five days on...More
Thanks Daniel! Someone else I talked to said they just showed up once they got to the island and booked there. Seems risky to me, but hey, all in the spirit of travel I suppose! I'll let you know if I hear anything as well!
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"We did not actually visit Casa Iguana in July 2017. That is when we discovered it was closed."