Habla Ya is the most and best reviewed network of Spanish Schools in Central and South America. Do your research: it's a fact that Habla Ya has been reviewed by more students than any other Spanish school in Latin America. You can find a complete compilation of Habla Ya's reviews on third party sites by clicking here...2. Amazing Destinations
Mountains, Beach and City: experience three of Central America's most exciting destinations without any academic continuity loss. Boquete is Panama's eco-adventure capital, Bocas del Toro is the country's coolest beach destination in the Caribbean, and Panama City is Latin America's trendiest and most cosmopolitan capital.
Modern schools with well equipped and air conditioned classrooms, located in the heart of each destination. Front desks staffed 7 days a week so you'll always have someone there to help you with whatever you need.4. Ample Course & Program Options 5. Loads of Eco-Adventures
Endless list of world class outdoor opportunities: surfing, scuba diving, hiking, rafting, island hopping, ziplining, rock climbing, biking, horseback riding, hot springs, caving, coffee & cacao tours, wildlife expeditions, sailing, historical tours, etc.
Have a blast after class! Besides all the eco-adventures mentioned above, you can have daily yoga classes, and our extra curricular program of cultural & social activities includes weekly Panamanian dinner parties, movie nights in Spanish, night outs to local restaurants, salsa lessons, conversational sessions and we'll party together on the weekends.7. Appropriate Accommodation
Comfortable accommodation is an essential part of your study trip. We will make you feel cozy, secure and right at home. Lodging close to our Spanish Schools will be arranged. Choose from a family home stay, budget hostel, midrange hotel or bed & breakfast, apartments, vacation rentals, luxury resorts or upscale boutique hotels.
Highly experienced, trained and passionate Spanish teachers, all of whom hold university degrees related to languages and view teaching as their vocation. If you're serious about learning Spanish, this is the single most important aspect to consider.9. Recognized Accreditations 10. Volunteer Opportunities
If you're looking to give back, there are plenty of volunteering projects where you can make the difference, working with children, improving the local community, teaching English or in many other ways. If you want to help, we'll make it happen!