Plaza de Armas, Cuzco
Improve your Spanish comprehension - get speaking and talking to locals.
Experience and learn about local life and cultures by staying with a family in a homestay.
Courses start from a week-long to many months.
Armed with new language skills, explore the rest of Peru and have an in-depth immersion into the culture.
The Cusco Spanish school was great. The Spanish language teachers there are really welcoming.
K. Radoll, Cusco Spanish school
Arrive Cusco airport (Sunday), transfer in to homestay (D)
Classes and homestay (Monday-Friday) (5 x B,D)
Cusco city tour (Saturday), final night in homestay (B,D)
Tour ends (B)
Tuition of 20 lessons per week, home stay accommodation half board, shared bathroom, transfer and meals as listed
Cusco city tour, entry ticket, alcoholic or soft drinks, personal items and expenses, international or domestic flights, travel to Cusco, insurance.
Prices From $465 / £375 per person
2019 prices, per person, homestay with 2 meals a day
Hotel option available
Spanish classes at a level to suit you
Social activities available
Available all year round, combine with Inca Trail or
What's a group trip?
Join a small group of like-minded travellers on a guided trip.
Prices From $1,487 / £1,199 per person
Duration: 13 days
Capacity: 16 people
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K Radoll, uk 2010
» Learn Spanish & Trek The Inca Trail
The volunteer work was lovely. Of course we wish we had known more Spanish as it was challenging to adequately communicate with Marlene, the kids and other staff, BUT, it went OK anyway. Marlene was so kind to us and we only hope that we weren't an imposition to the teachers. We wanted to "help" and not create a burden for them, and we hope that was the case. We bought art supplies and used them with young kids in the morning for 4 days. Then the girls taught dance/movement in the afternoon. Even Steven and I did some dance and the kids thought this was pretty funny. We LOVED the kids and the staff was open and helpful. Their program is very good and seems like a true contribution to the community. We want to send them some money in the future as we think their program provides a much needed service in the community. Thank you SO MUCH for arranging this opportunity for us! The bus ride and walk to the program twice a day was good exposure for our kids and training for our high trek in the Andes.
The food was very good, the staff was good-natured and upbeat, people were there to pick us up when needed, etc. We were very happy with how it went. Ending the trek and camping at LARES hot springs was very, very cool!
K. Lindsey, USA, 2012
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