The Spanish School in Manuel Antonio is located in the heart of Manuel Antonio National Park among white sandy beaches and rain forests. The school has an incredible view of a beach that is only 2 miles away. It has 10 classrooms and 6 computers with internet access. There's also a phone to receive international phone calls.
Public transport will get you to the school. It's recommended to spend the first night in San José and then travel to Manuel Antonio in the morning.
- 10 spacious classrooms;
- Audio and video room;
- Teacher's room;
- Student's meeting room;
- Equipped kitchen;
- Terraces and Balconies;
- First day welcome package;
- Weekly tours and recreational activities calendar;
- Internet access - Wi-Fi (low cost);
- Free access to kitchenette;
- Free coffee, tea, milk, and refrigerated water;
- 24/7 Emergency phone;
- Local tutorship
- Classic Spanish course
- Super intensive
The city of Manuel Antonio is located on the Central Pacific Coastal Zone of Costa Rica. It is a small town, but very close to other major cities of the country. Manuel Antonio also features a national park, beautiful beaches, wild jungles, and stunning mountain ranges. Manuel Antonio is coined as a tropical paradise for natural sceneries with its sandy beaches, clear blue water, mountainous hills, and tropical rain forests. Manuel Antonio is also home to one of Costa Rica’s most amazing national parks, and it's filled with all sorts of outdoor pursuits. The town is a natural haven for adventurous nature lovers.
Manuel Antonio’s National Park is small and counts with three major trails. Still, its biodiversity and ecological wildlife is endless, and you’ll need some hours to explore it in depth. The park is renowned mainly for its lush rainforests, pristine secluded beaches, and coral reefs. Some of the most popular beaches are Playa Hermosa beach, Quepos Beach, Esterillos Este and Esterillos Oeste, Dominical Beach, Puerto Escondido Beach, among many others. All these beaches are perfect spots for surfing, and some of them are the paradise of fishers. For more adventure experiencing rafting in Costa Rican rivers, the Savegre and Naranjo rivers are the best options, since they are quite near Manuel Antonio and a great challenge to your rafting abilities. Quepos is a small town quite nearby, it offers many options for day-time activities, such as horseriding and mountain biking, and it has a great nightlife since the town is packed with tiny bars and pubs.
- Distance from the Capital City: 132 km.
- It's easy to get to the park by bus, which is quite inexpensive and you can get almost everywhere.
- The aim of this park is to preserve, for future generations, one of the most beautiful and bio-diverse areas in the world.
- ainforest and beaches are part of the spectacular environment.