Spanish School FAQs, click on any of the questions below to see the response:

Bolivia is known for its unparalleled natural beauty and resources, its unique and vibrant indigenous cultures, its range of climates and terrain, and its secluded position in the heart of South America. What a lot of people do not know is that the Spanish spoken in Bolivia is considered to be one of the clearest forms of Spanish in Latin America.
We provide free internet access and use of a phone to make international calls during our operating hours. Additionally, there is the opportunity for sponsored social activities in the evening and on the weekends.
Our intensive Spanish program consists of 4 hours per day of one-to-one instruction. Upon request, we can also provide group lessons of between 2 and 4 students. We offer several customized options for individuals who desire a bit more (or less) than our basic Spanish program. We attempt to be as flexible as possible, tailoring our offerings to the needs of each individual student.
Our classes not only include traditional textbook grammar instruction but involve practice through examples based on current social/political events, history, personal stories, or whatever else might be happening in Riberalta. It is our belief that this is the most effective and interesting way to learn a foreign language.
Of course this is a difficult question and varies according to each student, but normally students can learn basic Spanish communication skills in three to four weeks.
Our normal class schedule is from 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM.
You can pay in cash or with credit card. We prefer cash for smaller payments.
No. Unlike other language schools, we do not require a registration fee.
We do not charge anything for cancellation as long we are given 24 hours prior notice.
You can pay anytime before your first day of class. Payment must be made before each week of classes taken.
Yes, in addition to Spanish language classes we offer classes with native speakers of the some of the indigenous languages in Bolivia very well spread in the Northern Amazon: Cavineño, Chacaobo and Esse Ejja.