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2012 Panama Carnival Trip to the Azuero Peninsula

Posted by | February 9th, 2012

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It has been said that there is only one thing that people in Panama really take serious: party time! And with the mother of all parties in Panama just around the corner, we want to invite you to experience what Carnivals in Panama are all about!

Carnivals are Panama's craziest and wildest party!
Carnivals are Panama's craziest and wildest party!

Brazil is not the only Latin American country were Carnivals are legendary. People in Panama literally save money for and dream about Carnivals all year long. The traditions that take place during these 4 days (this year from Saturday February 18th until Tuesday February 21st) date back from hundreds of years, when the Spaniards first came to the isthmus, and have been influenced by local customs and beliefs. There are parades, traditional dances, the famous "culecos" or "mojadera" and lots of partying: all day and all night, during 4 days in a row!

The very best Carnivals in Panama take place in the Azuero Península, considered the heartland of Panama, in the provinces of Herrera and Los Santos. This is where our cultural heritage and traditions are most alive. And this is exactly why we have organized a trip to Azuero during Carnivals! And we'll not only party Panamanian style during these days, but we'll also enjoy plenty of beach time!

Each town has its own and unique traditions and typical dance presentations during Carnivals
Each town has its own and unique traditions and typical dance presentations during Carnivals

Students from both of our Spanish schools are more than welcome to join us (and if you're not a student, you can join us too!). If you're studying at our Spanish school in Bocas del Toro, you'll also have a chance to experience the Carnivals in Bocas, which have more of a Caribbean flavor, if you decide not to travel to Boquete, from where we depart on Saturday February 18th. But if you're taking a Spanish course at our Spanish school in Boquete, and you stay there during Carnivals, then you really won't get to live the Carnival experience as Carnivals aren't celebrated up high in the mountains... so if you want to experience the craziest and wildest 4 days in Panama, come and join us for Carnivals!

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Accommodation in the Azuero Peninsula is very difficult to come around during Carnivals. Hotels are even booked with a year in advance! And as every year our Spanish students always ask us to take them to the Azuero Peninsula we've rented a house in Pedasí which will be our base to experience Carnivals in the Azuero Penínsla.

For Habla Ya Spanish students this 3 night / 4 day Carnival trip will cost $195 per person. For non students the price will be $250 per person.

People take the streets and dance all day long, while getting soaked by huge trucks throwing water
People take the streets and dance all day long, while getting soaked by huge trucks throwing water

As follows is the itinerary for our Carnival Trip to the Azuero Península:

Church at the Central Plaza in the town of Pedasi

Saturday February 18th

  • 6:00 a.m. - Meet at Habla Ya and leave Boquete
  • 9:00 a.m. - Arrival to Santiago
  • 11:00 a.m. - Arrival to Chitré and join the Carnival celebrations
  • 12:30 p.m. - Lunch
  • 4:00 p.m. - Depart to Pedasí
  • 5:00 p.m. - Arrival to house in Pedasí, settle in
  • 7:00 p.m. - Dinner out and join the evening celebrations in Pedasí



Video that gives you an idea about what Carnivals are like during the day

Playa El Arenal, 10 minutes away from Pedasi

Sunday February 19th

  • 7:00 a.m. - Breakfast
  • 8:00 a.m. - Leave to local beach, El Arenal or El Toro
  • 12:00 p.m. - Lunch at local restaurant
  • 1:00 p.m. - Depart to Parita for Carnivals
  • 5:00 p.m. - Return to Pedasí
  • 7:00 p.m. - Dinner out and join the evening celebrations in Pedasí

Playa Venao, about 45 minutes away from Pedasi

Monday February 20th

  • 7:00 a.m. - Breakfast
  • 8:00 a.m. - Leave to Playa Venao
  • 12:00 p.m. - Lunch at Local Restaurant
  • 1:00 p.m. - Return to Pedasi
  • 2:00 p.m. - Carnivals in Pedasi
  • 7:00 p.m. - Dinner out and join the evening celebrations in Pedasí

Carnivals in Azuero, Panama

Tuesday February 21st

  • 8:00 a.m. - Breakfast
  • 9:00 a.m. - Leave to Boquete
  • 12:00 p.m. - Stop in Santiago
  • 3:30 p.m. - Arrive to Boquete

Price includes ($195 for HY students, $250 for non students):

  • Roundtrip transportation Boquete – Pedasi
  • 3 nights of accommodation in Pedasi
  • Transportation within the Azuero Peninsula (Chitre, Parita, Pedasi, Playa Venao and local Beaches)

What to bring? Various changes of cloths, beach ware, towels, sun-block, mosquito repellent, passport or copy of it, camera and a desire to party and have fun!!!

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Bocas del Toro Weekend Trips Departing from Boquete, Panama

Posted by | January 19th, 2012

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For those who decide to study Spanish in Boquete's mountains, a weekend trip to the beaches of Bocas del Toro is a must. The paradisaical islands with white sand beaches lined up with idyllic coconuts and verdant palm trees are one of those places in Panama that you just can't miss to visit.

And our Spanish students in Bocas del Toro are more than welcome to join the day trips and night outings as well! Specific information will be provided on site at our Spanish school in Bocas del Toro...

Hanging out by the beach in Bocas del Toro, Panama
Hanging out by the beach in Bocas del Toro, Panama

We'll leave Boquete on Saturday morning and come back for Spanish classes by Monday afternoon. During the day we'll spend our time snorkeling turquoise clear waters with abundant marine life, tropical fishes and colorful coral... searching for dolphins, exploring the mangroves or just hanging out by a beach full of stunning starfish. And during the evenings we'll let our hair loose, party Bocas stlye and indulge our senses with scrumptious banquets at Bocas del Toro restaurants.

Weekend Trips to Bocas del Toro departing from Boquete will take place during the following dates:

  • Saturday January 28th - Monday January 30th
  • Saturday March 10th - Monday March 12th
  • Saturday June 9th - Monday June 11th
  • Saturday July 7th - Monday July 9th
  • Saturday August 4th - Monday August 6th

For Habla Ya Spanish students this trip will only cost $195 per person (and $225 per person for non students).

Dolphins at Dolphin Bay in Bocas del Toro, Panama
Dolphins at Dolphin Bay in Bocas del Toro, Panama

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So, as promised, here is the itinerary for our Weekend Trips to Bocas del Toro, Panama:

Saturday

Fishes and Sea life in Bocas del Toro, Panama

  • 6 a.m. - Meet at Habla Ya and depart to Almirante
  • 9:30 a.m. - Arrive to Almirante and take boat to Isla Colón
  • 10:00 a.m. - Arrival to Isla Colón
  • 11:00 a.m. - Arrival to Hotel and Check-In
  • 12:00 p.m. - Lunch
  • 1:30 p.m. - Take Boat to Bird Island and afterwards to Boca del Drago
  • 2:30 p.m. - Arrive to Boca del Drago and Starfish Beach
  • 5:30 p.m. - Return to townk
  • 7:30 p.m. - Dinner
  • 8:30 p.m. - Walk around town and bar hopping


Lots of the video footage from the above video is from Bocas del Toro, Panama

Sunday

Waiting for lunch at restaurant in Crawl Cay, Bocas del Toro

  • 7:00 a.m. - Breakfast
  • 8:30 a.m. - Depart to Dolphin Bay by Boat
  • 9:00 a.m. - Arrival to Dolphin Bay, and observe the dolphins in their natural habitat
  • 10:00 a.m. - Depart to Zapatillas Cay
  • 12:00 p.m. - Depart to Crawl Cay
  • 3:30 p.m. - Arrive to Isla Colón and visit Qué Xopá Cocktail Bar
  • 7:00 p.m. - Dinner
  • 8:30 p.m. - Party Time!

Price includes ($195 for HY students, $225 for non students):

  • Roundtrip transportation Boquete – Almirante
  • Watertaxi to Isla Colon
  • 2 boat trips between islands where we will be able to see dolphins, starfish, white sand beaches, sea life (itinerary could change depending on weather/sea conditions)
  • Accommodation at a local hotel in Bocas del Toro for two nights with breakfast included.

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What to bring? A beach towel, a couple of changes of cloths, swim-wear, sun-block, mosquito repellent, passport or copy of it, camera and a desire to explore and have fun!!!

If you're looking for a Spanish school in Panama where you can also have the vacation of your lifetime, you've just found it!

At Starfish Beach in Bocas del Toro, Panama
At Starfish Beach in Bocas del Toro, Panama

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NEW Habla Ya Spanish School in Bocas del Toro!

Posted by | September 26th, 2011

When we opened our first Spanish School in Panama we never imagined how many lives would be touched by our small venture in the quaint mountain town of Boquete. Six years ago, our Spanish School in Boquete only had 3 classrooms and a team of 3 Spanish teachers. Nowadays, more than 30 Panamanians are members of the Habla Ya Family and literally thousands of visitors from all over the world have chosen Boquete as their destination within Central America to learn or improve their Spanish.

Thinking about those 30+ staff members, and their families is definitively the most rewarding aspect about being an entrepreneur. But it's also amazing to think about all those people from the USA, Canada, Europe, Japan, South Korea, China and Australia, that because of Habla Ya Spanish Schools, have chosen Panama as their destination to learn Spanish instead of going to Mexico, Costa Rica or Argentina to learn Spanish. Not only has this allowed Habla Ya to keep growing year after year but we're also very proud about how many of our customers fill Boquete's hotels, eat at Boquete's restaurants, experience Boquete's eco-adventure tours, and some even decide to make Boquete their new home.

Habla Ya students come from all over the world

I am deeply convinced that everything has been possible because of the people that are part of Habla Ya. Each and everyone of our Spanish teachers and staff members is truly inspired about providing their students with the most amazing Spanish learning experience, and I know that they truly believe that one day Habla Ya will be considered and widely recognized as the most prestigious Spanish school in Latin America.

Year after year the Habla Ya family keeps growing and growing

Today that I have the fortune and the honor to officially share the news about our new Spanish School in Bocas del Toro, I can't help myself but to wildly dream about where we'll be in 6 years from now. We truly hope that our Spanish school in Bocas del Toro will have at least the same effect that our Spanish school in Boquete has had.

Today I would also like to formally invite every resident and business owner of Bocas del Toro to Habla Ya's grand inauguration on Saturday October 15th at 3 p.m. It will take place at Habla Ya Spanish School Campus Bocas del Toro which is located on the corner of 9th Street with G Avenue, across from the "Vive y Deja Vivir Restaurant", just a block before the public hospital. Hopefully we'll be able to get all the invites out in time, but if you don't receive it, consider yourself invited. And if you have what it takes to join our team, feel free to send your CV to info@hablayapanama.com

We are currently working very hard to get our Spanish School in Bocas del Toro ready for October 15th

Originally I came to Bocas del Toro to just get away from it all and be able to more effectively promote our Spanish School in Boquete. The plan was to just be here for 6 months, but more than a year later I have fallen in love with Bocas del Toro and I am very happy to call Bocas del Toro my new home. Coming to Bocas del Toro has proven to be one of the most wonderful adventures of my life. I now surf everyday I can, I have a wonderful new group of friends and my wife Rachel and my kids Rafael, William and Isabella have never been happier! Being here it's so easy to see how Bocas del Toro is the "natural choice" for Habla Ya's second campus. For several years we have been thinking about a beach destination to complement our Spanish school in Panama's western mountains and Bocas del Toro is simply the perfect match.

With my son Rafael at Bluff Beach on Isla Colon, Bocas del Toro

If you would like to know more about Bocas del Toro and about why its the perfect beach town to learn Spanish, or just for a Panama vacation, you can find more information here.

And finally I would really like to take advantage of the occasion and thank all of those who have made Habla Ya possible:

  • all of Habla Ya's staff, but specially Lorena Pitti, our School Director, and Ericka Tapia, our Academic Coordinator who have been with us from the beginning. Also a special thank you to Janeth Martinez, our Academic Director who continually leads our teachers to aspire for excellence and is the main responsible for Habla Ya Campus Boquete recently becoming an Official DELE Examination Center and obtaining accreditation from the Instituto Cervantes, the worldwide authority for Spanish teaching as a foreign language. I would also like to thank the "second generation" of Habla Ya's teachers who have continued to raise the quality of our school: Swan, Arelis, Ismenia, Mónica, Minerva, Aráliz and Malkidia. And even though it's too early to mention names, there are several "rising stars" within the Habla Ya family and we are looking forward to enable and witness their development and just see where they take Habla Ya to
  • all of Habla Ya's more than 70 host families, that provide our students with an amazing Spanish immersion experience: without all of you, it really wouldn't be the same for our students
  • all of the local hostels and hotels who have hosted our students throughout the years: specially Miguel from Mamallena, Axel from Pension Topas, Eva and Sabine from Isla Verde, Jason and Susan from the Boquete Garden Inn, Analia, Thalia and Sam (who may RIP and taught me just by being himself so many things) from Valle Escondido, and David, Charlie and Sandra from the Panamonte Inn & Spa, and Sonia and Howard from the Haven Spa & Hotel
  • all of the crew from Explora Ya Eco-Tours & Adventure Travel, Habla Ya's official tour providers: without you our students wouldn't be able to have a blast after class! Also would like to thank Manolo from Rain Forest Tours for taking really good care of our students upon arrival and when leaving Panama City. To Jorge Tovar from Boquete Tree Trek for always being a consistent ally and always working hard to promote Boquete
  • to our landlords from Los Establos Boutique Hotel, Rob and Irina, for always having the time to listen to our needs, to provide us with simply the best location in Boquete, to encourage us and making us a bit wiser by sharing their experience in life
  • to Manolo Ruiz, the Mayor of Boquete for his continual support and enthusiasm, and for being the ONLY politician to not only listen to our needs, but to actually REALLY help us and not be an obstacle in this bureaucratic non-entrepreneurship friendly country called Panama
  • to all of our Spanish students worldwide who have chosen to study Spanish at our school, and to all of Boquete's new residents who have decided to learn Spanish and really become part of our community: thanks to you, we can survive our low season and keep all of our teachers hired full time. And a special mention to Marc Ngui from Bumblenut and Magda Wojtyra from RNA Studio, who during their trip to Boquete when Habla Ya was only several months old, unselfishly shared their knowledge and enlightened us with how to actually get the word out to the world about Habla Ya Spanish School. And another special mention to Lee Zeltzer from Boqueteguide.com for providing our community with very effective platforms to communicate and for always sending a word out when we have special promo going on
  • to both sets of my grandparents, Abuelo Julio and Abuela Tuty for providing me with a roof and warm meals during my first year in Boquete when I was totally broke, and to Abuela Betty for lending me some cash when I was totally broke and to Abuelo Moyo for taking me to work at his farm when I was a little boy
  • to my Mom and Dad, Julio and Eva for guiding me to become who I am , providing me with unconditional love and with all the tools I needed to deal with life (and for investing in our idea although we were only 23 years old and had no idea at all about what we were getting into)
  • to Carlos Raúl, the best business partner and my best friend since we were teenagers, for working with me side by side, day and night, to make this happen, and to his wife and my wonderful friend, Evelyne, for taking over our Language Travel Consultants' department and opening the doors to new markets (and for finally getting Carlos to settle down!)
  • and last but not least, to my very best friend, life partner and the love of my life, Rachel, for always challenging and inspiring me, to be the best man I can be for you and our family, for giving me the most amazing family, making me the happiest man on Earth, and for choosing to share this adventure and pursuit of happiness with me that we call life

I'm sorry for not being able to mention everybody I should: I AM AND WILL ETERNALLY BE GRATEFUL!

And hopefully in 3 years time when the Metro System is finished in Panama City, and living over there is not as painful as it is right now because of the traffic, we can be celebrating the opening of our Spanish School in Panama City... but for now, lets enjoy learning Spanish in Bocas del Toro!

Bocas del Toro is the ideal place for a Spanish learning vacation!

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Chiriqui Gulf Marine National Park Camping Trip

Posted by | June 15th, 2011

Our Spanish school is full with students so this weekend we're heading out on a camping trip to the Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park!

Weather wise, Boquete has been really nice during the last couple of weeks (nice fresh temperatures with lots of sunshine) and we're hoping that the "veranito de San Juan" that we've been enjoying keeps doing its thing so that we can continue to enjoy all of the wonderful weekend activities that we've planned for our students' Spanish learning summer holiday...

The Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park has become one of the most popular destinations for our Spanish students during the weekends and it's easy to see why: pristine beaches, uninhabited islands (with very few or no tourists at all), abundant wildlife (coral, fishes, dolphins, turtles, whales, crocodiles, birds...) and plenty of opportunities to enjoy the outdoors (sport fishing, sea kayaking, snorkeling, surfing or just lying in the sun...)

Every visitor falls in love with the Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park
Every visitor falls in love with the Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park

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The plan is to camp either at Bolaños Island or Gámez. Both islands are simply stunning. Wherever we camp you'll get to visit both because if we camp at Isla Bolaños on the next day we'll spend the morning at Gámez Island and hopefully on our way there, we'll get to see some dolphins! Isla Gámez is smaller but the water surrounding it tends to be clearer and the white sand beach is longer. Bolaños is a larger island with more opportunities to hike and explore. Both have decent snorkeling spots with plenty of coral and fish to enjoy. When visibility is good you can easily spend hours under the water... just be careful with the currents!

Spanish student with our Customer Experience Director, Swan Bozzi, in front of Isla Gámez
Spanish student with our Customer Experience Director, Swan Bozzi, in front of Isla Gámez

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So, as promised, here is the itinerary for this weekend's Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park Island Trip:

Saturday June 18th

Howler Monkey with baby at Isla Palenque in the Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park in Panama

  • 6 a.m. - Depart from Boquete to Boca Chica
  • 8:30 a.m. - Arrive to Boca Chica and breakfast at local restaurant
  • 9:30 a.m. - Take the boat to Isla Palenque for a short jungle hike
  • 11:00 a.m. - After hiking and taking photos of some howler monkeys head towards Gámez or Bolaños Island (keep your fingers crossed for some dolphin action)
  • 11:30 a.m. - Arrival to island. Beach time: cold beers or snorkeling!
  • 1:00 p.m. - Lunch
  • 2:00 p.m. - More beach time!
  • 4:00 p.m. - Afternoon snack
  • 5:00 p.m. - Setup camp
  • 6:00 p.m. - Dinner time
  • 7:00 p.m. - Camp-fire, wine, stories and wild island party!


Dolphins spotted during one of our trips to the Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park

Sunday June 19th

Volleyball session in the Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park

  • 7:00 a.m. - Breakfast
  • 8:00 a.m. - Volleyball tournament
  • 9:30 a.m. - Depart to next island for more snorkeling, beach time and another chance to spot dolphins
  • 10:30 a.m. - Snacks, fruit and cold drinks
  • 1:00 p.m. - Depart back to main land
  • 1:30 p.m. - Lunch at Boca Chica (fresh fish or upgrade to lobster for $5 more!)
  • 3:00 p.m. - Head back to Boquete
  • 5:00 p.m. - Arrival to Boquete

For Habla Ya Spanish students this trip will cost only $135 per person (and $150 per person for non students). Price includes:

  • Roundtrip transportation Boquete to Boca Chica and all of the boat trips (to Isla Palenque, Bolaños and Gámez)
  • Meals (2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 1 dinner), snacks, cold beer, soft drinks and fruit
  • Comfortable Camping gear: tent, sleeping bag, mat, flashlight, first aid kit, tarp

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What to bring? A towel, a couple of changes of cloth, swim-wear, sun-block, mosquito repellent, passport or copy of it, camera, extra water and a back-pack.

If you're in Panama at the moment, join us and don't miss it! The Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park is the highlight of many visitors' Panama vacation.

Couple at Bolaños Island in the Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park
Couple at Bolaños Island in the Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park

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2011 Summer Spanish Learning Vacation | Calendar of Events

Posted by | May 2nd, 2011

When choosing a Spanish School in Central America you want to make sure to not only select a Spanish school with great reviews, but you also want a Spanish school with a vast curriculum of extra activities. After all, if you're making such a long journey, why just learn Spanish? Go to a place where you can learn the Spanish language and also LIVE an amazing vacation!

Our mission statement here at Habla Ya Spanish School is quite simple: provide the most amazing Spanish learning experience! And to be up to that, we have to make sure that each and every Spanish student not only really learns Spanish and enjoys the learning process inside of the classroom, but we also have to make sure that each student literally has a blast after class!

Upon arrival to our Spanish school, one of the first things that you will encounter is a white board with the weekly schedule of activities:

Activities for the Week of May 2nd 2011. Artwork by our Customer Experience Director, Swan Bozzi
Activities for the Week of May 9th 2011. Artwork by Swan Bozzi, our Customer Experience Director

To sign up for any of these really great activities you just have to write your name down on the lists that you will find all around the school or in front of Swan's (our Customer Experience Director) desk.

Besides all the extra activities from Monday to Friday, we put special care into organizing really amazing school trips during the weekends.

The summer months of June and July are very popular times of the year for us and many students are looking to take advantage of our Panama road trips during the weekends of their Spanish learning vacation. With this in mind, we have organized a calendar of events for all the weekends during June and July so that our students can make the most of their precious time during the weekends, experience many different places in Panama and do it at the lowest cost possible. When you organize a road trip with a lot of people, certain costs, such as transportation are shared amongst everybody and you can have access to better deals for many tours. On the other hand, traveling and doing stuff with a nice group of beautiful people is always better than doing it by yourself!

Now, if you've already signed up to study Spanish at our school, and there is something that you would really like to do, just let us know and we'll try to include it in our calendar. Feel free to leave a comment on this post...

In the following weeks, we will start publishing specific itineraries for each weekend, but as of now, this is how the summer calendar looks at Habla Ya Spanish School!

  • Sunday June 5th: Whitewater River Rafting on the Chiriqui Viejo, $75 per person
  • Saturday June 11th to Sunday June 12th: Camping Trip at the Chorcha Monkey Reserve, $155 per person and $175 per person non students
  • Saturday June 18th to Sunday June 19th: Island Weekend Trip to the Chiriqui Gulf Marine National Park, $135 for students and $150 per person for non students
  • Saturday June 25th to Sunday June 26th: Camping Excursion to the Top of Volcan Baru, $135 per person and $150 per person non students
  • Saturday July 2nd to Sunday July 3rd: Las Lajas Beach Trip, $95 per person and $125 per person non students
  • Saturday July 9th to Sunday July 10th: Bocas del Toro Weekend Trip
  • Friday July 15th to Sunday July 17th: Cerro Punta Overnight Trip
  • Saturday July 23rd to Sunday July 24th: Soloy Overnight
  • Saturday July 30th to Sunday July 31st: La Barqueta Beach Trip, $125 per person and $150 per person non students

We've made sure to include mountains, rivers, beach, culture and ecotourism... something for everybody to enjoy. So if you want to learn Spanish and discover Panama, what are you waiting for to Sign Up & Register? You can find more information about our lodging options, Spanish courses and Spanish programs by exploring our website.

So what do you think? Are you ready for an intense summer full of Spanish learning and Panama exploration? Feel free to leave a comment!

Habla Ya Spanish students at Isla Parida, Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park
Habla Ya Spanish students at Isla Parida, Chiriqui Gulf National Marine Park


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