Immerse yourself in Cusco life and get to know Peruvians with new language skills by staying with a local family.
Trek the famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.
Classes for all levels, from beginners to those wanting to improve their skills.
Choose from a week-long stay up to a year.
We learnt a huge amount in the time we were there. Miguel and his family were really welcoming. The food was also great -- they made us all kinds of peruvian specialities (lomos saltado, papas rellonas, chicha morado), and took us out to a couple of their favorite restaurants.
The Inca Trail was incredible! We really enjoyed the hiking, the incredible scenery and the sites. The guides were friendly, and seemed very knowledgable about the inca sites, and we chatted to them in Spanish when possible.
A. Heinekie, Learn Spanish, trek Inca Trail
Arrive Cusco, transfer to homestay (D)
Spanish Classes, extra activities, homestay (5 x B,D)
Cusco tour, homestay (B,D)
Transfer Cusco, trek to Huayllabamba. Camp (B,L,D)
Trek Huayllabamba to Pacamayo. Camp (B,L,D)
Trek Pacamayo to Wiñay Wayna. Camp (B,L,D)
Sunrise at Sun Gate. Guided tour, Machu Picchu. Return to Cusco by train or overnight Aguas Calientes. Hotel (B)
Free day Cusco, hotel (B)
Transfer out, ends (B)
Language school: 20 hrs Spanish lessons on group basis with half board home stay, accommodation as listed, meals and transfers mentioned.
Inca Trail: Personal porter and porters for all group kit. Collection from Cusco hotel on the first morning, bus to the start of the trek, Inca Trail & Machu Picchu site entrance fees, English speaking guide (guide and assistant for groups of more than 10 people), tents – 2 person, thermarest sleeping mat, cooking equipment, a cook, meals (whilst on trek), dining tent, accommodation for the porters and cooks, first aid kit, bus from Machu Picchu ruins down to Aguas Calientes, tourist train & bus tickets from Aguas Calientes to Cusco.
Language school: International flights, meals not mentioned, optional activities (cooking lessons, rafting, biking), tips, Cusco ruins entry fee, alcoholic or soft drinks.
Inca Trail: Breakfast on the first morning, lunch and dinner on day 4, meals on day 5 (if this option is taken) entrance ticket to the hot springs in Aguas Calientes, second day entrance tickets and second day bus tickets to Machu Picchu site (if you are staying on an extra day), entrance fee to climb Huayna Picchu and Machu Picchu mountains.
Prices From $1,480 / £1,193 per person
2018 price, per person
Hotel upgrades available
Single supplement applies
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Dates: From March 2019 to January 2020
Duration: 4 days
Capacity: 16 people
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» Learn Spanish & Trek The Inca Trail
Thank you! We had an absolutely wonderful trip, thank you so much for organizing it! We really felt like it couldn't have been much better -- and you really did an amazing job of making that happen. The language school: It was great. We got to do loads of conversation and really learned a lot in the time. Yessica is a sweetie. She took good care of us, and was a lot of fun to talk to. She made sure to take us to the places we needed to find -- like the salsa school and the meeting with Jesus about the Inca Trail trek. The school is very small and cosy. The other teacher, Genara was a very good teacher -- she explained lots of concepts clearly. We learnt a huge amount in the time we were there. The home stay: Miguel and his family were really welcoming. The room was actually a whole apartment on the top floor of their house -- bedroom, bath and living room/kitchen with cool views over the city and plenty of space for the two of us. We spoke Spanish with them almost exclusively. Miguel is an English language teacher so could switch over to help us out if we were too confused, but also wanted to help us learn. The food was also great -- they made us all kinds of Peruvian specialities (lomo saltado, papas rellonas, chicha morada), and took us out to a couple of their favourite restaurants and on a trip they took out to the neighbouring town of Pisac. The Inca Trail: It was incredible! We felt good the whole trip, and were lucky not to struggle with the altitude. We really enjoyed the hiking, the incredible scenery and the sites. The guides were friendly, and seemed very knowledgeable about the Inca sites, and we chatted to them in Spanish when possible. The group was - 12 - and we enjoyed meeting them too. Thanks for the warning to bring an extra thermarest to sleep on - that was great advice. The equipment and food was otherwise all great.
A. Heinekie, USA, 2012
» Learn Spanish & Trek The Inca Trail
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