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Casa Iguana - On Little Corn Island, Nicaragua

Our Rates


We have four "economy" cabanas, nine "deluxe" casitas, and two "grand casitas" with daily housekeeping. They are all nicely spaced apart to offer you more privacy than most other hotels on the island. Our rooms are a great value in and of themselves, but especially given the added benefits of our friendly service-oriented local and foreign staff, spectacular views, in-room safes, free WiFi in the lodge, bottomless organic and fair trade coffee, good tunes all day long, unprecedented ambiance, and 40 acres with private coves. By staying at Casa Iguana you contribute the first promoters of sustainable tourism and agrotourism in Nicaragua and help us implement more programs and promote our practices island-wide.

Economy cabanas are 10' x 11', with a shared bath. They are simple but comfortable and can sleep two per room. Cost is $35 per night, double occupancy.

Deluxe casitas are 12' x 16', with a 7' x 16' veranda. They have a double bed and a futon that makes into a double bed. There's a private bath, plenty of glass windows with screens. Shower is outside but private. They are "cute," quiet, very private very comfortable and can sleep four per casita. Cost is $65 per night, double occupancy, and $5 for each additional person.

The two Grand Casitas are 24' X 16' (twice the size of the regular casita) with a 24 foot veranda. They offer a queen size bed, two futons a solar hot water heater and can sleep six per casita. Cost is $75, double occupancy and $5 for each additional person.

Rates are slightly higher during the dry season (Dec. 15-Jan. 15 & Feb. 15-Apr. 15). Check our promotions page for current offers.

A deposit is due upon confirmation of reservations. In the event of a cancellation, 50% of these monies may be refunded if we are given 30 days notice. Traveler's checks are welcomed. Personal checks are accepted, though we ask that you notify us of this before your arrival.

Make reservations by writing us at: [email protected]. Response time varies due to our travels and # of inquires.

By sending us your deposit, you have read and agreed to our reservation policy.

Check out our newly updated Bar & Restaurant page for details.

Snorkel gear is $12.00 per 24 hours rental. Guided snorkel trips in our boat are $5.00 per person, or $15 with gear. There is great snorkeling from the beaches. Kayaks are $15.00 per day, $6 per hour.

Visit Little Corn Fishing Charters for more info on fishing trips.

Visit Little Corn Fishing Charters for more info on fly fishing.

Be one of the few who have gone kiteboarding or windsurfing on Little Corn Island, Nicaragua. For the truly intrepid, bring your own windsurfing and kiteboarding rig to enjoy some amazing onshore/sideshore windsurfing and kiteboarding right on our beach. Wind speed is average during the windy/dry season for windsurfing or kiteboarding in the Caribbean: 15 knot minimum average from December-April, but we commonly experience days of 40+ knot winds! The outer reef protects our windsurfing and kiteboarding guests from swells, but there is some chop inside for bump and jump.

Though kiting and windsurfing equipment is not available for rent anywhere in Nicaragua, Casa Iguana is equipped to help you safely store your windsurfing and kiteboarding equipment. The onshore winds make Iguana Beach a safe launch and windsurfing and kitesurfing beach, yet we recommend that all sailors be experienced at windsurfing and kiteboarding as Casa Iguana currently does not provide monitoring or rescue service for anyone who is windsurfing or kiteboarding. Read Kitesurf Magazine's article on riding on Little Corn and other good spots in Nicaragua by clicking here. For more details, read Dom Moore's (editor of Kitesurf Magazine UK), comments and suggestions for kiting on Little Corn Island, Nicargua here.


For complete scuba information from the first PADI certified and the only 5 Star dive resort in Nicaragua, go to www.divelittlecorn.com.

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