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La Escuela Del Sol is proud to be the official Spanish school of the Wild Sun Jungle Resort.  LEDS continues to provide Spanish, yoga and volunteer opportunities.  To read more about surfing and adventure packages as well as special retreats with guest instructors, please visit the Wild Sun Website


 

La Escuela Del Sol is the Spanish school at the Wild Sun Jungle Resort.  In total, it's an adventure for adults who want to learn Spanish, practice yoga or volunteer with wildlife in a tropical paradise. At our school, in Cabuya, Costa Rica, we even offer College Credit for our Spanish curriculum!

As for our location (click for Directions and Transportation Info)…we're a short walk from the beach, the mysterious Isla Cabuya, some great snorkeling spots and the beautiful Cabo Blanco National Park.

Cabuya is far enough off the beaten path that you can be immersed in nature and tranquility, yet only 5 miles from popular tourist destinations Montezuma and Santa Teresa where countless exhilirating tours and wild nights are at your fingertips.  There are buses to Montezuma throughout the day plus our free shuttle service outside of the regular bus schedule upon request, Monday-Saturday.

Our new campus sits on 5 acres of ocean view property, adjacent to a very curious river and a small private waterfall.  We're just one mile from an isolated beach as well as Costa Rica's 1st national park, Cabo Blanco which we are connected to by a biological corridor.  Being surrounded by nature and park land, you'll often walk out of your room to see monkeys and exotic birds all around you, and more amazing, our guests will often spot anteaters, tepizcuintles and kinkajous rummaging through.

As part of your program fee we also provide you with a private chef who will cook 19 meals for you over the course of your week with us. Don't worry about where to eat, what's good, etc. Just sit back and let us deliver home-cooked, delicious and nutritous meals to you three times a day (Saturday lunch/dinner excluded).

 

The following articles and press releases have been used for public relations purposes in the past. Some of the material is no longer up to date. For more useful information about our program, please use the menus on the left and top of this page.

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