Bridging Central and South America, flanked by the Pacific and the Atlantic, Panama is primarily known for its canal but offers so much more. Lush jungles, misty mountains, unspoiled sandy beaches and green rainforests all define this unique Latin American country. The country is also home to diverse wildlife, where you may spot harpy eagles, quetzals, macaws, parrots, toucans, howler monkeys, jaguars, pumas, whales, reef sharks, bottlenose dolphins, sea turtles and many more species. Food lovers won’t be disappointed either with tortillas, empanadas and bollos made of corn or flour leaves stuffed with beef, cheese or marmalade; rice and meat dishes; and the fresh seafood all on offer. Take any of our Spanish Courses Panama in the lush mountains of Boquete or on the archipelago of Bocas del Toro.
If you are wondering, Where can I learn Spanish in Panama? You will have several options to choose from. To learn Spanish in Panama these are the best places to start your journey:
Bocas del Toro: Off the beaten track beach paradise. Lush rainforest, pristine beaches and colourful buildings. A great place to start learning Spanish and discover the Caribbean.
Boquete: Know for it’s beautiful surroundings in the Panama countryside, Boquete is an ideal place if you are looking to learn Spanish while relaxing or exploring the great outdoors.
All of our Spanish courses Panama are delivered by accredited Spanish language schools which offer the highest quality Spanish language teaching and tuition. For more information on any of our Spanish courses Panama or to make a booking, please contact us or call us on 00 44 (0) 1273 830 960.
✅ Soak up the sun all year round
✅ Relax on a sandy beach while watching the Caribbean sunset
✅ Listen to live reggae, jazz and rock
✅ Be an adventurer and explore the lush jungles
✅ Spot native species such as quetzals, jaguars and sea turtles
✅ Indulge in the tasty local cuisine
✅ Download our free Spanish Language Kit before you go
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