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Lerne Spanisch und Stand Up Paddling in Sámara Beach

Stand Up Paddle Boarding and Surfing in Samara Beach Costa Rica

Kennst du schon die neue Abkürzung SUP? Es steht nicht etwa für Standford University Press oder Strategische Umweltprüfung? Nein, völlig falsch! Es ist eine großartige neue Alternative Sámara und Nachbarstrände zu erkunden sowie gleichzeitig in Form zu bleiben.
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Triathlon Festival in Samara Beach

Samara Sport Fest Costa Rica


Any excuse for a party

Culture with Intercultura Samara Spanish School, Costa Rica

Costa Rica loves its national holidays, and everything from banks to schools shut down for these days so that everyone can get in on the party... Weiterlesen »

Meet local Samara Artists

Costa Rica Language School

While you're in Samara, take some time to explore the local art galleries, all owned by local artists.  You may even find the perfect souvenir to take home!  To read about the featured artists and the locations of galleries, please click here.  Para leerlo en español, haga un clic aqui.

Cultural Week in Nicoya

Cultural Week Nicoya Costa Rica

Regional Event

Missed the Sámara fiestas? Don’t worry.  This coming week initiates the "semana cultural" in Nicoya including the crowing of a new “Queen of Nicoya” this Saturday the 26th. If you want to see who wins the crown this year, head over to the “Iglesia Colonial”at 7pm. Weiterlesen »

Princeton Lacrosse team visits Samara

Spanish School Costa Rica

Lacrosse players from Princeton University in New Jersey are in Costa Rica to play exhibition games, hold clinics, promote the sport, and also perform a variety of non-lacrosse charitable service activities through Fields of Growth, an organization that uses lacrosse as an educational and economic tool in Africa. Weiterlesen »


currency costa rica, Intercultura Samara Spanish School

Costa Rica, like many other locations these days, does accept US dollars in most places. It is not necessary to get ahold of any Costa Rican “colones” before you arrive in the country. Have on hand some US dollars (especially in smaller denominations like $10s, $5s and $1s), your debit card and your passport. Both international airports have ATMs that dispense colones and it’s a good idea to take out some local money once you get here. Weiterlesen »

Costa Rica in the Top 5 "Green" Countries

Spanish School Costa Rica

The universities of Yale and Columbia have recently named Costa Rica in the Top 5 Greenest Countries in the world.  Costa Rica is the only country outside of Europe to make the Top 10.  For more information, please see the complete article at the Tico Times.

All shook up! After the earthquake in Sámara

Costa Rica earthquake

A 7.6 earthquake shook the Spanish School in Samara Beach yesterday morning.  Immediately all students were evacuated and taken to a high location 5 miles outside of Samara.  Thankfully, all students, teachers and staff are safe and back at work today.  In spite of some significant aftershocks, everything is getting back to normal. Weiterlesen »

New York Times features 50+ Spanish program at Intercultura

50+ Spanish program in Costa Rica

Are you fifty or over?  Interested in learning another language?  The New York Times recently featured our program especially designed for students aged 50 and over. Weiterlesen »

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