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Learn Spanish & Explore| Five unique locations across Costa Rica & Panama

Don’t want to commit to one location to study Spanish? Get quality instruction without sacrificing your rambling desires as you visit the most beautiful spots across Costa Rica & Panama.  We’ve got your schools and accommodations covered in both countries.

Or better yet, join our Travelling Spanish Classroom and get lodging, breakfasts, transportation, activities, excursions, like-minded ambitious classmates, and private Spanish instruction all in an organized and hassle-free package.

  • Spanish Group Lessons in Panama City
  • Students observing sloths in natural habitat
  • Relaxed study atmosphere - Bocas
  • Catamaran Tour - Islas Zapatillas
  • San Blas raises the roof
  • This isn´t your Standard Spanish School!
  • Under the sea tour - Zapatilla - Bocas
  • Rock climb Boquete!
  • Class is in session - Boquete
  • Climb Volcan Baru!
  • Relax and Study with Spanish at Locations
  • River Rafting on the Pejivalle River in Turrialba, Costa Rica
  • Graduation Day in Turrialba!
  • Welcome to Spanish by the Sea - Bocas
Students having fun rafting in Turrialba


Nestled amongst world-renowned rivers and misty mountain tops, the small and welcoming town of Turrialba is an ideal location to study Spanish.

But don’t let the quaintness of the town fool you; the amount of daily activities and events both indoors and out are numerous. Raft the Pacuare, attend a Swing Criollo dance class and catch a live band all in the same day! Furthermore, this super friendly, non-touristy and non-English speaking community encourages a true language immersion in a place that feels more like home than living abroad.


Student learning how to surf in Puerto Viejo

Puerto Viejo

Puerto Viejo de Talamanca is a small laidback beach town on the Caribbean Coast near the Panamanian border. Puerto Viejo is still non-commercialized and unspoiled.

The natural jungle-beauty of Puerto Viejo and its internationally recognized surf breaks are just a couple of reasons why backpackers and travelers from all over the world can be seen hanging out on this stretch of Caribbean Coast. The attractive feature to this region is the lack of high rise hotels and all-inclusive resorts.


Students going out in Panama City night life

Panama City

The vibrant contrast between the high-rising modern skyline, the rich historical architecture of the city and the tropical rainforest that surrounds it, make for a fascinating exploration through Panama City.

In this metropolitan mecca, visitors can bear witness to the country’s diverse history within just minutes of walking. Casco Viejo, the historic gem of Panama City, with its rooftop bars, contemporary art galleries and chic restaurants, is a perfect example of the city’s distinct fascination.

Student in hammock in Bluff Beach

Bocas del Toro

Bocas del Toro, the archipelago off the northern Caribbean coast of Panama, is known for its unparalleled beauty and vibrant nightlife.

The crystal clear waters, white sand beaches, world-famous waves, colorful coral reefs, the abundance of marine life make Bocas del Toro a tropical paradise. The laid back vibes of this surfer town and the constant flow of world travelers make for a very active and healthy nightlife. This unique atmosphere makes Bocas without a doubt the most popular destination to learn Spanish.

Students on a tree trek tour in Boquete


Boquete, with its alluring Caldera river flowing through its center, is an idyllic small town nestled in the Chiriqui highlands with a tropical but cooler climate.

Boquete is famous for high quality coffee production. In the surrounding area you find immense tropical forests, waterfalls,  running rivers, hotsprings and natural rock formations. The Baru volcano, with an elevation of almost 3.500 meters, is the highest point in the country. A true paradise for active eco-tourists that also want to learn Spanish!


Especially for students that want to travel, learn Spanish ánd visit 4 of our amazing locations!

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