Language study abroadColombia
HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD CONSIDER A LANGUAGE STUDY TRIP TO COLOMBIA WITH BOA LINGUA:
- The best language schools in two Colombian destinations
- A low-price guarantee for your language study trip to Colombia
- Free, comprehensive support in finding the right language course for you in Colombia
- The opportunity to gain a DELE certificate
- Culture and outdoor life in Colombia
During your language study trip to Colombia, you will come across dream beaches, mountains, rainforest, charming colonial towns and friendly people. Variety is guaranteed.
Language study in Colombia:
HOSPITALITY AND FESTIVE SPIRIT
The Spanish left behind a magnificent heritage in Colombia. The capital, Bogotá, Cartagena and many smaller towns boast charming colonial quarters. The pretty, brightly coloured buildings of Cartagena even form part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as being a top travel destination and the location for our language schools in Colombia. Locals are generally very welcoming and willing to help. The country is known for its festivities, in particular its exuberant Carnival celebrations. Throughout the year, traditional folk and music festivals are held all over the country. Expect colourful costumes, fancy dress, dancers, beauty pageants, bull fights, and much more besides.
MOUNTAINS, JUNGLES AND BEACHES
Tall mountains, coffee plantations in the uplands, lush jungle and wonderful sandy beaches promise plenty of variety on your language study trip to Colombia. The country is bordered by both the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. Over 300 beaches, including some of the most beautiful in the world, await water lovers. There are plenty of water sports on offer. The waters surrounding Malpelo Island are a diver's paradise and are known for their swarms of hammerhead sharks. A whole other underwater world can be found in the Amazon Basin. On a canoe trip through the rainforest or a walk through the Amacayacu National Park, you'll come across monkeys, exotic birds, snakes and other members of Colombia's species-rich wildlife.