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Casa Iguana

Listed under Luxury Hotels in Nicaragua.

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Little Corn Island is a tropical island paradise, far off the beaten path, unspoiled and completely unaffected by tourism.

Located in the Caribbean 45 miles off the eastern shore of Nicaragua, Little Corn Island is inhabited by 750 or so, English speaking people who earn their living from lobster fishing.

Situated on a high cliff at the ocean's edge, Casa Iguana's 8 acres are located on the remote and breezy southeastern shore of the island.

There are thirteen private, individual cabins, right on the water. Each has a wide veranda, a hammock and a spectacular view of the ocean.

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