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🚨 In 2020 we declared a CLIMATE AND ECOLOGICAL EMERGENCY because 🌎 🌍 🌏 It's CODE RED FOR HUMANITY!!! ❌ ❌ ❌

We need a Safe Landing, or even better: to Stay Grounded!

🌀 In 2022 Habla Ya transitions to 100% Online Spanish Lessons so it's your last chance to learn Spanish in Panama with us: get 25% - 50% OFF when you book by SUNDAY June 5, World Environment Day 2022:

25% OFF ONSITE GROUP CLASSES and PRIVATE LESSONS...
40% - 50% OFF ONLINE LESSONS...

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Search our blog about all things Panama! From must dos, where to party or eat, to which beaches and hiking trails you shouldn't miss, in our blog you'll find great insider info about Bocas del Toro, Panama City and Boquete, as well as Panamanian culture, customs and traditions, and certainly tips and advice for learning Spanish! We've been writing about all things Panama for over 15 years and nothing beats local knowledge from the locals themselves.


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🚨 In 2020 we declared a CLIMATE AND ECOLOGICAL EMERGENCY because 🌎 🌍 🌏 It's CODE RED FOR HUMANITY!!! ❌ ❌ ❌

We need a Safe Landing, or even better: to Stay Grounded!

🌀 In 2022 Habla Ya transitions to 100% Online Spanish Lessons so it's your last chance to learn Spanish in Panama with us: get 25% - 50% OFF when you book by SUNDAY June 5, World Environment Day 2022:

25% OFF ONSITE GROUP CLASSES and PRIVATE LESSONS...
40% - 50% OFF ONLINE LESSONS...

👉 CLAIM DISCOUNT HERE!

🦠 Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic we're currently only offering ✅ Online Spanish Lessons and ✅ Spanish classes in a TRAVELING CLASSROOM instead of at the school, delivering a teacher directly to you in a COVID safe way wherever you are, be it your hotel, home, park, on tour, at the beach or in any other place where social distancing is comfortably and safely possible. CONTACT US TODAY!

🌎 FOR THE LOVE OF OUR BLUE PLANET AND ALL LIVING THINGS:
🙏 PLEASE 🛑 DON'T ✈ FLY TO LEARN SPANISH...

💻 LEARN SPANISH ONLINE!


🚨 On October 7th 2020 we declared a CLIMATE AND ECOLOGICAL EMERGENCY because we're facing an 😱 existential threat as Planet Earth is on track for a 🌡4°C increase in average global temperatures by the end of this century, which means 💀 BILLIONS OF HUMANS DYING along the way if we don't CHANGE COURSE NOW!

🌱 LEARN WHY HERE...

🤔 So instead of 🛫 flying to learn Spanish 🛬 — it's not really essential travel, specially in the midst of the ongoing 😷 COVID-19 PANDEMIC — pumping even more C02 into the atmosphere that will end up crashing our common home, impacting countries in the tropics first, 🎧 LEARN SPANISH ONLINE 💻 from the comfort, convenience and safety of your office or home!

📍 If you do find yourself in the vicinity of any of our locations — 🌄 Boquete, ⛱ Bocas del Toro and 🌇 Panama City — we'd love to have your as our student. CONTACT US AND MAKE IT HAPPEN...
Travel to us in eco-friendly ways and get automatic access to a 👯 50% DISCOUNT!!!

🚦 Now... do you want to do something about the Climate and Ecological Crisis?
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🙏 And finally one last plea to help us ensure a just transition for our staff and Spanish teachers: please don't fly to learn Spanish because you can do it online without destroying our future as there's no Planet B regardless of what Elon Musk wants you to believe; besides dreaming of Mars, he also wants you to buy electrical cars as if that's the solution to this Planetary Crisis... spoiler alert: it's not!

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Archive for the ‘Panama City' Category

Taboga Island: Panama City’s Favorite Beach Getaway

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Taboga's beach with tourists under umbrellas and sunbathing

Every time someone in Panama City mentioned Taboga to me, I thought they were mispronouncing the popular island of the coast of Trinidad. When I found out that Taboga actually referred to a small island 45 minutes from Panama City, I was excited to check it out for myself and escape the hot and bustling…

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Falling in Love With Panama City… Again!

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Black tourist posing at the Ruins of Panama La Vieja in Panama City

After months of being a beach bum in Bocas del Toro followed by a week “roughing it” in the mountains of Boquete, I landed in the airport in Panama City for a week-long visit with my unkept hair wrapped in a scarf and dirty sweats on. I soon realized that I was grossly underdressed for…

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3 Spots for 2016 Spring Break in Panama… the Smart Way!

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Habla Ya Spanish students hanging out in Bocas del Toro, Panama

Guys get moving: it’s almost that time of the year for the monumental rite of passage known as SPRING BREAK where college students and young adults from all over the world descend to the tropics for some serious beach time and P-A-R-T-Y! If you’re among the smarter ones, take advantage of the opportunity to experience…

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Walks to Parks in the Cangrejo and El Carmen Areas of Panama City

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For more things to do in Panama City check out this blog post… Although I enjoy the hustle-bustle of big cities, I always seem to scope out areas near parks to get my fill of nature and community. Thankfully our Panama City School is located within 20 minutes walking distance to two lovely parks (and…

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Things to Do In and Around Panama City | PTY Travel Guide

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I myself never claimed to be a city girl when I first came to Panama almost six years ago. With it’s pristine beaches and jungles filled with howler monkeys and colorful frogs (read Bocas), the Panamanian interior was my Indiana Jones childhood dream come true! I’ll admit, it took me awhile to embrace the ever…

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