250 USD / week
Learn Spanish in Samara which is located in the Guanacaste region on the northern Pacific coast. It is 5 km long, lined with palm trees, and enjoys a calm, clear water ocean in a protected coral reef bay. You can swim, dive, snorkel, kayak and surf or boogie board. Off shore, an island with a deserted beach is accessible by kayak or boat.
While learning Spanish in Samara, folkloric dance, music and local “fiestas” abound, as do opportunities for outdoor activities and ecological exploration.
The area is home to the indigenous Chorotega population, famous for their ceramic artwork, whose once powerful chieftains and their families gave their names to most of the towns in the area. Sámara, for example, is named for a legendary Chorotega princess. There are a wealth of National Parks and protected areas, such as Ostional Turtle Refuge, the Barra Honda Caves and Palo Verde National Park, a bird-watchers paradise.
Samara's local community offers a variety of activities, such as sunset football games on the beach, a disco, card games, horse-riding, and more. It has a typical Tico character, with a local art gallery on the beach, several ocean-side cafe/restaurants and bars, small supermarket, post office, medical clinic, gym, internet cafés, etc.
Samara also holds Costa Rica's prestigious 'Blue Flag' award, given only to the beaches and communities with the cleanest waters and proven environmentally sound practices.
250 USD / week
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