Boquete, Bocas and Panama City: the Ideal Places for a Spanish Immersion
What make Boquete (mountain town), Panama City and Bocas del Toro (beach village) ideal places in Latin America for a Total Spanish Immersion Program? The answer is simple: their people and their natural beauty.
Both Bocas del Toro and Boquete, besides being intimate, quaint and safe rural towns, are blessed with natural beauty and a combination of elements that make its inhabitants happy people. And learning a language with the help of happy people is such an enjoyable experience. Panama City on the other hand, is one of the most dynamic urban centers of Latin America, and our Spanish school's neighborhood is very cosmopolitan allowing you to experience cultures from all over the world.
What makes Boquete's people happy? Boquete enjoys a fresh mountain climate, is full of eco-adventure opportunities, and is blessed with stunning natural beauty. Boquete's land is fertile (famous producer of the best coffee in the world!) and due to its stress free environment people live longer. Many of Boquete's citizens surpass the 100 year mark: no city stress, healthy food, gorgeous weather. On the other hand Boquete has a very low unemployment rate (people have the opportunity to provide for their family), and the list goes on and on. Click here if you would like to know even more about Boquete, Panama (maps, weather charts, activities) and about why it's the perfect mountain town in Latin America to learn Spanish.
Bocas del Toro's islands on the other hand have that laid back Caribbean vibe that characterizes many beach towns in Central America. In Bocas del Toro people lead a simple way of life and don't have that much to worry about as the jungle and the ocean provides them with what their families need. Being able to practice your Spanish with friendly people that are not rushed by life and learning the language in a stress free environment certainly helps. And besides your daily Spanish lessons, Bocas del Toro provides its visitors with so many things to do that it's no wonder that visitors just keep extending the length of their stay. Please click here if you would like to know even more about Bocas del Toro, Panama (maps, weather charts, things to do, its islands, history, people) and about why it's an amazing beach location in Central America to learn Spanish.
And if you're looking for a vibrant city with an eclectic nightlife, abundant cultural attractions and a cosmopolitan vibe, then Panama City is for you. Our school in the city is right on the border of El Cangrejo and El Carmen neighborhoods, only a block away from Via Espa˝a (the heart of Panama City) and the Via Argentina Metro (subway) Station, allowing you to easily commute to other parts of the city, close to restaurants, bars, shops, hotels, host families, parks, casinos, gyms, etc. Panama City has always been a great melting pot of people and cultures from all over the world, and in this part of the city that is exactly what you get. You can easily walk everywhere and there are plenty of bars, casual shops and restaurants where you can interact with the locals and meet people from very different walks of life. Please click here if you would like to know even more about Panama City, Panama (maps, weather charts, things to do, its neighborhood, history, people) and about why it's the best city to learn Spanish.