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The Green Season Package is here - Intercultura´s 2013 highlight!

Are you planning to come down to Costa Rica during the months of September, October or November? But you are worried because of the rain? Dont´ be! Intercultura Language School has a great Green Season Deal for people in like-minded company and we have some good reasons why you shouldn't miss it:

Enlarge and deepen your knowledge about the Spanish Language. Read a narrative and poetic masterpiece of one of Costa Ricas most well known authors Carlos Salazar Herrera.

Have you ever wanted to travel with friends, but want to take the hassle out of the planning? Are you a college, university or high school Spanish teacher who wants to bring students to Costa Rica for a full Spanish immersion experience? If you have a group of 6 or more people, Intercultura Spanish Language School customizes your ideal Costa Rica Spanish Immersion vacation.

Learn Spanish with us at Intercultura Language School in Heredia - enjoy the green side of Costa Rica. 

One of Costa Rica’s interesting facts is that it has semi-climates along the country.  The Climate Change has definitely created a diverse weather in our country through the years which we cannot follow up easily now. 

Ramona, 22 years old and from Germany, was a student with us for 4 weeks. She is now doing some volunteering before she is going to return to Germany in order to continue her apprenticeship at Bosch.  As a little thank you for the whole Intercultura Team, she performed a dance together with our dance teacher Enrique during graduation. All the rehearsals really paid off! Besides improving her Spanish skills, she definitely will take home some amazing Salsa skills. Congratulations Ramona!

Wir wissen, dass Costa Rica voller Abeunteuer steckt, über wunderschöne Strände, atemberaubende Landschaften, herzliche Menschen, Gallo Pinto und eine vielfältige Tierwelt verfügt. Aber was wissen wir denn über die Regierung und die politische Situation des Landes?

John, Athena, Mani and Lien (University of North Carolina) preparing 35 goody bags and 2 "piñatas" for 30 little girls at an orphanage in Alajuela, Costa Rica.

Every year two different groups come from the University of North Carolina to Costa Rica to study Spanish. One group comes for 10 days in March and the other group visits us for 3 weeks in May. The main objective is to learn the language and the culture.

So you are here in Heredia studying Spanish like crazy with your “pareja” or romantic partner. You think to yourself, we both deserve a break to relax and let all of the conjugations and tenses sink in. What better excuse could there be than the celebration of "Dia de Los Enamorados" - Día de San Valentín, February 14 - among the many celebrations that European and American ex-pats have brought to Costa Rica.