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Casa Rosada at Isla Isabela

Posted by Susanna On October - 18 - 2010

Around 2:00pm I left Santa Cruz with a the small ferry “Gaby” to Isla Isabela. I had herd so many beautiful things about this place so I needed to see it. And I needed a break and time to relax. Through the internet I had met Claudia while researching information about Galapagos. She is the previous owner of Casa Rosada, the pink house directly on the beach with own marine iguana colony. I previously had ask the new owner Felipe how far the Casa might be from the marina. Since he had told me its close I didn’t take a taxi what was a mistake because the place is the last house on the beach. Eventually I made it. And immediately I met Tyson the maybe biggest iguana I’ve seen… He looked massive especially when lying in between all these small iguanas. The Casa is nice and  my room had even ocean view.

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2 Responses to “Casa Rosada at Isla Isabela”

  1. Hi Susanna,
    This is Claudia owner of Casa Rosada since 1998. Felipe only rented the magical Pink House from 2010-2015. You will be glad to hear that Tyson is still alive and living on the veranda. We have over 400+ Marine Iguanas living in the Lava Rock Garden with average 100+ hatchlings each of past three years.

    Your photos are fantastic. I will share some when promoting the world’s only Private Natural Habitat Marine Iguana Breeding Center on Isabela island, Galápagos.

    Come back to visit!


    • Susanna says:

      Just found your message Claudia. That is great that you are back at your beautiful place 🙂 I wished I could visit one day again… Have such graet and fond memories of the beautiful islands of Galapagos 🙂

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