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QUICK FACTS ABOUT COSTA RICA

122nd
most populated country
4
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
800+
miles of coastline (1,200+ KM)
CRC
Official currency
8 PM
Dinner time
4.8+
million inhabitants

Where would you like to learn?

PLAYA JACO

If you’re a lover of nature and outdoor sports and activities looking to learn Spanish in a beautiful environment – look no further. Playa Jaco is without a doubt an adventurer’s paradise. Immerse yourself in Costa Rica’s laid-back pura vida lifestyle, have a cultural immersion experience and learn Spanish, all while being surrounded by a wide variety of lush green tropical plants and exotic creatures. Learn Spanish in Playa Jaco and have the adventure of a lifetime.

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SANTO DOMINGO DE HEREDIA

Santo Domingo de Heredia is perfect for those looking to learn Spanish in a quaint, small-town environment. Get to know friendly local ticos and live the pura vida lifestyle Costa Ricans are so proud of.
Visit Santo Domingo's famous Basílica Santo Domingo de Guzmán, relax in its charming plazas and take in the area's natural beauty. Learning Spanish in Santo Domingo de Heredia is a rich and intimate cultural immersion experience.

Learn Spanish in SANTO DOMINGO DE HEREDIA

DISCOVER COSTA RICA WITH DON QUIJOTE

Costa Rica certainly lives up to the literal translation of its name, "Rich Coast", with almost 300 beaches and warm waters all year long. Costa Rica is an idyllic destination with some of the best beaches in the world, from calm shores with pristine turquoise water to crashing waves and coarse black sand. It is home to some of the region's best surfing, and its warm year-round climate is perfect for those seeking to learn Spanish while soaking up some sun. 
 
This Central American country is also renowned for its rich variety of plants and animals which inhabit their large network of national parks. In fact, over 25% of Costa Rica's land mass is under the protection of a system of national parks and reserves. They are the ideal places for those interested getting close to nature and engaging in activities ranging from watching nesting turtles on the beaches to going on stunning jungle canopy tours.

Even with the beaches and parks, it has been said the local people, known as ticos, are the nation's greatest asset. With an unparalleled friendliness and spontaneity, it reflects their unofficial national motto: pura vida (pure life), an expression of eternal optimism. The bustling towns and cities in Costa Rica are brimming with vibrant and friendly energy all the way from San Jose, the buzzing capital city and cultural center, to Limon, a colorful city bursting with Caribbean flavor. Let Costa Rica immerse you in Spanish language and local culture.

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