Our next program will be in QUINDÍO from February 25th to March 3rd 2024
Sign up before February 6th, 2024
Immersion travel dates 2024
What is an immersion trip?
A language and cultural immersion program allows you to interact with native speakers of the language you are learning. You will experience real life situations and learn not to be afraid when trying to communicate. Practically, you will be forced to interact in the language but in a fun way.
Why travel and learn with us?
We will take care of everything to make your trip unforgettable and hassle free. Inaddition, the most valuable part of the program is that you will have the opportunity to make connections with people in the community who will also benefit from your trip. We want our programs to be a channel of prosperity for all the people we work with.
Our group trips open to the public have a duration of 7 nights (Sunday to Sunday)
and private group trips can be customized from 7 to 21 nights.
We accept groups from 6 to 12 people with similar levels of Spanish and who are conscious travelers or with the intention of learning more about sustainability.
Our immersion programs include the following (depending on the destination
and dates, there might be small changes):
Cali: Salsa culture and diversity.
We are really excited to introduce you to our Spanish Immersion Programs in Cali, a city with the perfect environment to learn and practice your Spanish skills. Cali is the third biggest city in Colombia after Bogota and Medellin. It is located in the southwest of the country in the Valle del Cauca department. The city is well-known as the World’s capital of salsa and it has its own style of dancing and more than 2000 professional dancers. Cali is a privileged city, where the culture of the Pacific coast and the Andean mountains come together, creating a very special authentic mix, not only cultural, but also biodiverse.
Quindío: Coffee culture and nature.
We are located in a beautiful part of the Colombian coffee axis in Calarca, Quindío. Quindío is the smallest department in continental Colombia, but it has a wide range off attractive spots, thanks to the beauty of its landscapes, weather, friendly people and the road connectivity withother regions of Colombia. The area is well known for its coffee, banana, and flower crops, as well as its colorful architecture.
Visiting these plantations and getting to know the agricultural processes alongside locals, make the experience in Quindio unforgettable. Some people call this area “El Eden”, as we are surrounded by evergreen mountains, waterfalls, rivers and the perfect weather all year round.
Santa Marta: See, jungle and montains.
This city is located on the shores of the Caribbean Sea and at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, where the highest peak in Colombia is located. It is also known as “The Pearl of America” and for its quiet beaches located in the Tayrona National Natural Park.
It is also the old est city in the country and the second oldest in South America, so it is full of history. On your trip to Santa Marta you can enjoy both the sea and the mountains. If you would like to feel like traveling back in time and enjoy nature, this destination is for you. The highest peak in Colombia is located. It is also known as “The Pearl of America” and for its quiet beaches located in the Tayrona National Natural Park.
It is also the oldest city in the country and the second oldest in South America, so it is full of history. On your trip to Santa Marta you can enjoy both the sea and the mountains. If you would like to feel like traveling back in time and enjoy nature, this destination is for you.
Boyacá: the highlands and the Independence.
Immerse yourself in the colonial charm of Villa de Leyva, a picturesque town renowned for its well-preserved architecture and cobblestone streets. Here, you can practice your Spanish while exploring historic sites, attending cultural events, and engaging with friendly locals.
Rincón del Mar: community and tranquility in front of the crystal sea
Escape to the idyllic coastal village of Rincón del Mar, where you can fully immerse yourself in a serene and relaxed atmosphere. With its pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and tranquil surroundings, this hidden gem offers an ideal setting to practice Spanish while embracing the coastal way of life.
Barrranquilla: life is a carnival.
Experience the vibrant Caribbean spirit in Barranquilla, a lively city known for its colorful festivals, such as the famous Carnaval de Barranquilla. By immersing yourself in the local culture, you’ll have ample opportunities to practice Spanish while enjoying the music, dance, and warm hospitality of the coastal region.
Antioquia: innovation and tradition.
Discover the captivating region of Antioquia, home to Medellín, a city that has undergone a remarkable transformation and offers a blend of modernity and tradition. With its welcoming locals, innovative urban projects, and breathtaking landscapes, Antioquia provides an immersive environment for practicing Spanish while delving into the culture and history of the area.
Santander: adventure in the mountains.
Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Santander, a region renowned for its stunning landscapes, including the majestic Chicamocha Canyon. From the picturesque colonial towns like Barichara to adventurous outdoor activities like paragliding, Santander provides a unique Spanish immersion experience amidst breathtaking scenery.