Puerto Rico


An Unforgettable Spanish Immersion Program in Puerto Rico


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Are you ready to take your Spanish to the next level? Our Travel Spanish Immersion retreat in Puerto Rico will help you do just that. Everyone knows that when it comes to learning Spanish, nothing beats immersion.

Join an exclusive group of up to 10 participants for a unique Spanish Immersion program in one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean – Puerto Rico.

If you’re a traveler who struggles communicating with the locals, ordering food, asking for directions, and understanding the culture, this program is for you.

Over the course of seven days, you will practice and develop the skills to become a confident traveler, all with the teaching and guidance of certified language instructors and the help of the locals along the way.

This incredible experience will allow you to explore one of the most beautiful and charming cities in Latin America in a way most never will. Not only will you learn Spanish, but you’ll also learn about the history of of the places we visit, taste the food, chat with the locals, make friends, and improve your confidence.

Each day you’ll get practical, situation-focused lessons, and apply what you’re learning during the trip. With our teams help, you’ll get real-time feedback and encouragement throughout the retreat.


Our Unique Spanish Immersion Program

The week-long immersion with our teachers combines group sessions and real world activities where you’ll use what you’ve learned immediately. All with real time feedback. You’ll also have time to recover after the scheduled itinerary with time to shop, sample the local food, and get to know about the history and culture of Puerto Rico.

An Authentic Culinary and Cultural Tour

We combine course material with history and culture by taking you on a delicious and informative tour of the local food offerings. You’ll learn about and get a chance to try real Puerto Rican food made fresh. There will be mofongo, tostones, and more.

You’ll also get to experience cultural staples like the Ruta de Lechon Pork Highway, and have a resfreshing Piña Colada where the beverage was invented!

Supercharge Your Confidence and Your Spanish

Your private driver will pick you up at the airport and we’ll take it from there. One week later, you won’t believe your transformation. The fastest way to Spanish fluency starts right here.


“My Spanish has improved a lot in just a week. It’s really noticeable! You won’t regret your decision…”

— Madison Rowland-Davis


We want you to be comfortable during your trip. That’s why we choose a spacious hotel in one of Puerto Rico’s coastal town of Salinas as our retreat home base.

Fees and Payments

The Spanish and Go Immersion program has a one-time payment option and a multi-payment option for your convenience.

Fees include:

  • All coaching, workbooks, and class materials throughout the week.
  • Private driver pick-up and drop-off at the San Juan (SJU) airport. The driver will be right outside customs.
  • Seven nights accommodation in a private room.
  • All breakfasts and lunches (vegetarian, and pescatarian options available).
  • Dinner (two nights).
  • A series of informal immersion events to practice Spanish throughout the week.
  • All scheduled activities, tours, and entrance fees.
  • Local guides.
  • A certificate of completion.

What’s not included:

  • Flights to/from Puerto Rico
  • Meals and activities not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Travel insurance
  • Passport/visa fees
  • Optional activities
  • Gratuities/tips

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Day 1: Arrival & Getting Settled

Day one will be a relaxed day as we get settled in. We’ll introduce ourselves and get everything in place for a busy week of lessons and activities in the city.

We’ll enjoy a welcome dinner where we’ll have time to get to know each other more and talk about the plans for the week.

Day 2: Greetings and Goodbyes & Casual Sightseeing

We’ll start the week off right with a lesson on Greetings and Goodbyes in Spanish. Then we’ll break into smaller groups according to everyone’s Spanish level for extra practice and more personalized attention. After lunch there’ll be time for some casual sightseeing in the area.

In the afternoon we’ll visit the main square of Mexico City; El Zócalo. Here you’ll get a chance to visit the Main Temple and the Metropolitan Cathedral as you learn about the foundations of the country. This is the perfect place to start discovering and exploring Mexico City.

Throughout the day there’ll be plenty of opportunities for you to practice in real life what you learned in today’s lesson. The rest of the day is free for you to enjoy the city on your own or rest.

Day 3: Bike Ride Chapultepec Tour & Self Introductions

Day three starts with a casual bike tour that will take you through the world-renowned Chapultepec Forest. On the tour we’ll pass iconic monuments such as El Ángel de la Independencia and the Monumento a los Niños Héroes. Chapultepec Park is massive with plenty to explore. It’s two times bigger than Central Park in New York!

We’ll go back home for a short siesta break, followed by a lesson on Self Introductions and Talking about Yourself.

After the lesson, we’ll break into smaller groups for extra practice. The rest of the day is free for you to enjoy the city on your own or rest. We have an optional activity planned at home where we’ll make “palomitas de maíz” and other snacks, get comfortable and watch a Mexican movie related to one of the places we talked about during the bike ride earlier in the morning. The perfect way to end a day full of exploring and learning.

Day 4: Food and History Tour, Ancient Drinks, & Game Night

Day four starts with a delicious Mexican Street Food and History Tour. Learn how Mexico City came to be and enjoy the local cuisine. 

After the food tour, you’ll have some free time in the Centro Histórico for you to explore the area on your own. If all the walking left you tired and thirsty, we have an optional activity planned where you’ll get to try some of the most ancient cacao and corn-based drinks in the country like “Xocoatl,” “Tejate,” “Nissiaba Bupu,” among others as we enjoy an amazing view on the city.

Once we get back home, get ready to learn about Mexican table etiquette and some of the most traditional dishes of the country in our group lesson. We’ll have our second lesson in smaller groups followed by a fun game night at the retreat house where you’ll learn lots of vocabulary and much more about Mexican culture.

Day 5: Directions in Spanish & Lucha Libre

Day five starts with a lesson on How to Ask for and Give Directions in Spanish. We’ll have our smaller group lesson followed by a creative activity where you’ll get to make your own superhero máscara while you learn a bit about Mexican Lucha Libre.

Then you’ll get to put what you’ve learned to use at the top of the Torre Latinoamericana and where we’ll practice asking for directions in Spanish.

After lunch, we’ll have some free time where you’ll be able to explore on your own or rest and recharge energy for a fun night out of luchas. Don’t forget to bring your mask!

Day 6: Shopping in Spanish, Practice at the Market, & Cooking

After breakfast, we’ll get together for a lesson about How to Go Shopping in Spanish followed by our smaller group lessons to reinforce what you learned. You’ll have some free time after class to explore the city on your own or rest at home.

Think of anything you need to buy because after lunch we’re going shopping in one of the most important markets in the Roma neighborhood where you’ll practice what you learned in class this morning. While we’re in the market, we’ll buy all the ingredients we need for a night of Mexican cooking.

We’ll finish the day learning how to make hand-made tortillas, gorditas, salsa, and even some traditional guisados. And of course, you’ll get to enjoy the fruits of our labor.

Day 7: Review & Xochimilco

Day seven starts with a lesson where we’ll review the topics we covered during the week.

Your last full day in Mexico City will be a celebration of your progress, so we’ll take you to Xochimilco (aka “Mexico’s Venice”) where you’ll relax as we cruise the canals of the city on a “trajinera”, a type of boat used in the area for centuries.

We’ll eat, have some drinks, and have fun as you learn all the reasons why Xochimilco has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 1987.

We’ll get back to the house where you’ll have some time to rest and freshen up before our farewell dinner where we’ll say goodbye and talk about your experience during the retreat.

Day 8: Departure

This is the end of the adventure. We’ll have to pack our bags and say our goodbyes.

Our private driver will pick you up and take you to the airport.

¡Hasta la próxima!

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