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Costa Rica: Spanish Language in Nature's Playground

Program Number: 16394RJ
Start and End Dates:
10/7/2015 - 10/16/2015; 11/4/2015 - 11/13/2015; 1/27/2016 - 2/5/2016; 2/10/2016 - 2/19/2016; 4/13/2016 - 4/22/2016; 5/4/2016 - 5/13/2016; 10/5/2016 - 10/14/2016;
Duration: 9 nights
Location: Costa Rica
Price starting at: $2,295.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Language Study
Meals: 24; 9 Breakfasts, 8 Lunches, 7 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian; Low Salt; Low Fat; Gluten Free    

Fully immerse yourself in Costa Rica’s language and culture and learn what the Ticos mean when they say, "Pura Vida." Engage in sessions at the certified Costa Rica Learning Academy in San José, structured to incorporate all language levels. In Arenal, learn about the region's famous volcano and meet residents in local communities for an intimate experience of this peaceful nation. Continue to Sarapiqui in the northeastern lowlands, where interactive excursions enhance your vocabulary on the natural history of Costa Rica.




Highlights

• Join the alumni ranks at one of the top Spanish language schools in Costa Rica.
• Combine language lessons with natural history at a private cloud forest reserve.
• Practice what you learn with local residents in San Jose and rural Costa Rica.



Activity Particulars

Minimal walking over mostly flat terrain in city environments and on well-maintained paths and forest trails.



Program is open to all language levels.




Date Specific Information

10-7-2015, 11-4-2015

Participants will depart at 6:00am from Selva Verde Lodge on Day 10. Please do not book flights earlier than noon for departure day. There will also be another transfer at 9:00am for those with later flights.For participants who need or have departure flights earlier than noon, please contact your provider, Holbrook Travel 800-866-7111, for assistance
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1-27-2016, 2-10-2016, 4-13-2016, 5-4-2016

Participants will depart at 6:00am from Selva Verde Lodge on Day 10. Please do not book flights earlier than noon for departure day. There will also be another transfer at 9:00am for those with later flights.For participants who need or have departure flights earlier than noon, please contact your provider, Holbrook Travel 800-866-7111, for assistance
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10-5-2016

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Itinerary Summary

Arrival San José, 3 nights; coach to Arenal, 3 nights; coach to Sarapiqui, 3 nights; coach to San José; departure.



Flight from the U.S.A.
Arrival San Jose
3 nights

Situated in the quiet neighborhood of Barrio Dent, the Costa Rica Learning Academy has an international reputation and caters to all language levels. Cultural activities, such as cooking classes, Latin dance and song, and a visit to the Gold Museum enhance daily lessons with the academy’s certified instructors. Excursions in the community provide opportunities to practice your speaking skills.



Coach to Arenal Volcano
3 nights

Lectures and activities reveal the powerful geothermal forces at work at Arenal Volcano and their impact on local communities. Dine with local families in the town of La Fortuna for a chance to experience the infamous Tico hospitality and some regional cuisine.



Coach to Sarapiqui
3 nights
Coach to San Jose
Departure

Travel to Sarapiqui, in the verdant Caribbean lowlands of Costa Rica. Learn about daily life in Puerto Viejo and practice conversational Spanish during interactions with members of the community. Lessons incorporate the natural history of the area through a visit to a rainforest center and a boat ride on the Sarapiqui River. An evening of Spanish music and song complements the learning experience. In San José, explore the downtown shops and visit a Costa Rican supermarket.




Costa Rica

Hugged by two bodies of water and sandwiched between Nicaragua and Panama, Costa Rica’s topography, climate and geographical position are more than mere facts: they define this tiny country. Cloud rainforests, valleys of coffee and volcanic mountain peaks fill the land between Caribbean and Pacific beaches. This ecological Eden protects its natural treasures in acres of preserved land, and is the only country in the world without a standing army.



Accommodations
San Jose: Comfortable hotel with pool. Arenal Volcano: Comfortable hotel with volcano views. Sarapiqui: Eco-lodge located in the rainforest.
Meals and Lodgings
   Hotel Boutique Jade
  San José, Costa Rica 3 nights
   Arenal Paraiso Hotel Resort & Spa
  Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica 3 nights
   Selva Verde Lodge
  Sarapiqui, Costa Rica 3 nights
 Hotel Boutique Jade
Type: Hotel
  Description: This charming hotel has 30 cozy rooms built around a tropical, peaceful indoor courtyard. Tico culture and their world-famous hospitality can be seen and felt at the Boutique Jade, from its warm and inviting rooms to its friendly staff.
  Contact info: 250 mts. North of Autos Subarú, Barrio Dent Los Yoses, San Pedro,
San José,  00000 Costa Rica
phone: +506-22242455
web: www.hotelboutiquejade.com/
  Room amenities: Air-conditioning, wireless Internet, mini-bar, safety deposit box, hair dryer, cable TV, spacious bathrooms, desk, and telephone. **For family or intergenerational programs: This property is able to provide a cot or rollaway to accommodate a third person in a double-occupancy room.
  Facility amenities: Restaurant, currency exchange, wireless Internet, meeting rooms, laundry service, coffee station, room service, swimming pool, and private transportation services.
  Smoking allowed: Yes
  Additional nights prior: Subject to availability. Additional nights are subject to availability.

 Arenal Paraiso Hotel Resort & Spa
Type: Hotel
  Description: The Arenal Paraiso Hotel is located just a few minutes from La Fortuna town and near the Arenal Volcano National Park. Accommodations are provided in small casitas--all with views of the famous volcano. Landscaped grounds feature lush tropical vegetation that provides both privacy and visual interest.
  Contact info: From the Catholic Church in town of La Fortuna 7 km road to the volcano
Arenal,  000000 Costa Rica
phone: +506-24791100
web: www.arenalparaiso.com
  Room amenities: Hair dryer, mini refrigerator, porch, cable TV, safety deposit box, coffee maker, and air conditioning.
  Facility amenities: Restaurant, 3 pools, bar, zip line, conference room, laundry services, and spa.
  Smoking allowed: Yes

 Selva Verde Lodge
Type: Lodge
  Description: Nature Lodge built along the banks of the Sarapiqui River. Room modules are built on elevated platforms, surrounded by tropical vegetation. A large tract of private primary and secondary rainforest is accessible via a hanging bridge.
  Contact info: Chilamate
Sarapiqui,  00000 Costa Rica
phone: +506-2-27611800
web: www.selvaverde.com
  Room amenities: Safety box, ceiling fan, phone, screened windows, grab bar in the shower, and hair dryer. **For family or intergenerational programs: This property is able to provide a cot or rollaway to accommodate a third person in a double-occupancy room.
  Facility amenities: Meeting rooms, restaurant, bar, and private rainforest reserve with trails.
  Smoking allowed: No


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
All-day arrivals at the Juan Santamaria International Airport in San José, Costa Rica. Hotel check-in starts at 3 p.m. You will be staying at Hotel Boutique Jade that night.
  End of Program:
Departures from the Juan Santamaria International Airport in San José, Costa Rica. Hotel check-out by 11 a.m. You will be staying at Selva Verde Lodge the night before.
  Required documents:
The Participant Information Form is required. Proof of vaccination is required from travelers arriving from a country where yellow fever is endemic. It is always best to renew your passport before it reaches the six month validity date—especially if you plan on doing future travel. For more information about entry requirements please contact the Embassy of Costa Rica in Washington, DC at tel: (202) 234-2945/46 or visit www.costarica-embassy.org.
  Parking availability:
Parking is not available for this international program.
Transportation (For Independent Travelers)
To Start of Program
  Location:  San José
  Nearest airport:  San José International Airport (Juan Santamaria)
  Transportation to site: Taxi services are available at the Juan Santamaria International Airport. There are taxi and car rental booths in the baggage claim/customs area of the airport where one can reserve and prepay for these services. Additionally, San José's standard red colored taxis can be found parked outside the airport exit. Services can be paid in U.S. dollars.
  From End of Program
  Location:  Sarapiqui
  Nearest city or town:  Puerto Viejo de Sarapiqui
  Transportation from site: Participants will depart at 6:00 a.m. from Selva Verde Lodge on Day 10 for a 2 to 2 1/2 hr transfer to San José. There will also be a 9:00 a.m. transfer to accommodate later flights. Please do not book your flights to depart from San José any earlier than noon. If you have questions or require an earlier flight, please contact your program coordinator at 800-866-7111 or roadscholarprograms@holbrooktravel.com for assistance.
Elevation Note: San José 3,021 ft. Arenal 3,281ft - 5,435 ft.

Equipment Requirements: Although not required, previous participants have found it useful to bring a small notebook and pen/pencil to use for notetaking during Spanish classes.
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Arrive San José, Orientation, Welcome Dinner
(Wednesday, October 7)
   
 Arrive To: Arrive in San José's Juan Santamaria International Airport.

Proceed through Immigrations, Baggage Claim and Customs before exiting the secured area of the airport. Please use the exit door on the right. The Road Scholar representative will be waiting outside the exit door with a Road Scholar sign (only applies to Road Scholar group flights).

Transfer to the hotel and check-in, followed by time at leisure.

Please note that this is an international travel day; no meals or program activities are scheduled on this day. Hotel check-in usually begins at 3PM.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Boutique Jade

Day 2: Introduction to the Costa Rican Language Academy
(Thursday, October 8)

Note: Please be aware that program activities and scheduled times could change due to local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel.
 Morning: Overview and orientation to the program.

Meet your group leader and fellow Road Scholar participants during a welcome and introduction session at the hotel. We will review the up-to-date daily schedule and any changes, discuss responsibilities, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer any questions you may have.

The CRLA is a privately owned language school with over 19 years of experience teaching Spanish to students from around the globe. The language academy has 35 classrooms, 2 computer rooms with internet access, 2 classrooms for Latin dance classes, a kitchen for cooking classes, a cafeteria, terraces, and gardens with sitting areas. The teaching staff at CRLA is accredited with the Costa Rican Department of Education and all hold degrees either from the University of Costa Rica or the Universidad Nacional.

Begin your first language sessions.
 Lunch: Lunch at the CRLA.
 Afternoon: Continue with Spanish classes.

Costa Rican cooking class.

Walk back to the hotel.
 Dinner: Dinner at hotel.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Boutique Jade
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Spanish Language Instruction, Gold Museum
(Friday, October 9)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at hotel.
 Morning: Walk to the CRLA for morning language classes.
 Lunch: Lunch at the CRLA.
 Afternoon: Continue with Spanish language lessons.
Field trip to the Gold Museum. 
This unique underground museum showcases a collection of Pre-Colombian gold. The 2,000-piece collection weighs over 20,000 troy ounces, making this one of the wealthiest spots in the nation! Stamp collectors should consider the on-site philatelic museum, while those with an interest in ancient coins should venture into the adjoining numismatic museum.
 Dinner: Dinner at a local restaurant.
   
Accommodations: Hotel Boutique Jade
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Spanish Class, Introduction to the Arenal Volcano
(Saturday, October 10)

Note: Driving time from San José to Arenal takes approximately 3-3.5 hours. The elevation of Arenal is approximately 5,480 ft.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Walk to CRLA for morning language classes.
 Lunch: Lunch at the CRLA.
 Afternoon: Depart for La Fortuna/Arenal.

The community of La Fortuna, in the province of Alajuela, is nearest to the Arenal Volcano. La Fortuna offers the perfect vantage point from which to admire Arenal's perfect cone. The fertile soil in this area produces a variety of crops for local consumption and for export, which are an important source of income for the community. Although increased revenue from tourism has led to improvements in la Fortuna's infrastructure and the emergence of hotels, it has managed to retain its local flavor and overall small town feel.

Late afternoon arrival at the hotel and check-in.
Lecture: The Many Moods of the Arenal Volcano.

Arenal was once Costa Rica's most active volcano and a main draw to the town of La Fortuna and the Arenal Volcano National Park. The volcano lords over the countryside with its perfectly conical shape and occasional smoke and gas emissions. While minor activity excites visitors, they are rarely acknowledged by the locals who have learnt to accept the antics of the volcano as part of their daily lives. The thermal waters emanating from the volcano, the clean air and the energy associated with Arenal, makes this a favorite destination for health spa enthusiasts and nature lovers.
 Dinner: Dinner at the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Arenal Paraiso Hotel Resort & Spa
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Spanish Class, Free Time in La Fortuna, Dining with Locals
(Sunday, October 11)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Morning Spanish classes at the hotel.
 Lunch: Lunch at hotel
 Afternoon: Enjoy some free time to rest before your afternoon activities or enjoy the hot springs at your hotel. Depart for the town of La Fortuna to visit with some of the local families at their home.
 Dinner: Dinner at the home of local families.
   
Accommodations: Arenal Paraiso Hotel Resort & Spa
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6: Spanish Class, Arenal Observatory Lodge, La Fortuna
(Monday, October 12)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Full morning of Spanish classes at the hotel.
 Lunch: Lunch at the hotel.
 Afternoon: This afternoon visit Arenal Observatory Lodge for a close-up view of the volcano. The lodge has facilitated a small research center that plays an important role in obtaining data about the volcano in an effort to predict its potential for activity. The gardens of the lodge are alive with butterflies and hummingbirds .

Return to the hotel.
 Dinner: Dinner on your own.

Transportation will be provided for those who wish to select a restaurant in the town of La Fortuna to satisfy a more adventurous palate. Teachers will be available to accompany participants. Tranport will be available to return participants to the hotel.
   
Accommodations: Arenal Paraiso Hotel Resort & Spa
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 7: Spanish Class, Transfer to Sarapiqui, Free Time
(Tuesday, October 13)

Note: Bus drive from Arenal to Sarapiqui takes approximately 2.5 to 3 hours. The elevation in Sarapiqui is approximately 115 ft.



   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the hotel.
 Morning: Morning Spanish lessons at the hotel.
 Lunch: Lunch at the hotel.
 Afternoon: After lunch, drive to Sarapiqui (approx. 2.5 hours), in the country's Caribbean lowlands.

Sarapiqui is an area known for its natural beauty and biological diversity, nestled in the lush Caribbean lowlands of northeastern Costa Rica. Nature reserves such as those at La Selva Biological Station, Braulio Carrillo, Tirimbina, and Selva Verde have greatly contributed to the preservation of the region's rich plant and animal life by safeguarding large tracts of primary forest.

Arrive at the lodge and check-in.

Orientation to Selva Verde with a brief history of the lodge.

Time at leisure to enjoy the pool, explore the lodge's gardens or relax in your hammock, surrounded by the sounds of the rainforest.

Celebrate the end of a busy day with a get-together on the lodge's patio with your CRLA instructors. Enjoy some casual conversation in Spanish before heading to dinner.
 Dinner: Dinner at the lodge.
   
Accommodations: Selva Verde Lodge
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8: Spanish Class, Chocolate Visit, Selva Verde, Karaoke
(Wednesday, October 14)
   
 Breakfast: Optional birdwatching around the lodge.

Breakfast at the lodge.
 Morning: Full morning of Spanish classes at the lodge.
 Lunch: Lunch at the lodge.
 Afternoon: Field trip to Tirimbina Rainforest Center to learn about traditional methods for cultivating and harvesting cacao and the process of turning it into chocolate. The 2.5 hour tour will include a site lecture on the pre- and post-colonial history of chocolate.

Tirimbina is a nature center located in the La Tirimbina community, in the northeastern lowlands of Costa Rica. Their primary mission is to provide environmental education and promote research opportunities that will eventually lead to conservation. The organization works closely with schools in the region (4th and 6th grades), offering inquiry-based learning activities that help to raise environmental awareness and appreciation within the local communities.

Return to the lodge.

Presentation: Selva Verde and the Biological Corridor Project.

Before dinner, meet on the lodge's patio with your CRLA instructors, for some casual conversation in Spanish.
 Dinner: Dinner at the lodge.
 Evening: Depart for a local bar/restaurant for an evening of Spanish karaoke with members of the community. Drinks are not included.
   
Accommodations: Selva Verde Lodge
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9: Spanish Class, Boat Ride, Puerto Viejo, Free Time
(Thursday, October 15)
   
 Breakfast: Breakfast at the lodge.
 Morning: After breakfast, embark on a nature boat ride on the Sarapiqui River to learn about this ecosystem and its resident wildlife. There will also be an opportunity to interact with a local family that lives on the banks of the river. Learn how the river plays a significant role in their daily lives.

Visit the frontier town of Puerto Viejo accompanied by a group of residents from the town. Learn about their favorite shops, cafés, and restaurants and discover what type of medical facilities and social services are available in this small community.

Return to the lodge.
 Lunch: Lunch at the lodge.
 Afternoon: After lunch, enjoy some free time to rest and prepare for your final lessons with CRLA instructors.

Spanish classes at the lodge.

This concludes the program. We hope you enjoyed your Road Scholar adventure! When you get home, remember to stay in touch via the Road Scholar Social Network; share memories, pictures, and comments about your recent travels.
 Dinner: Farewell Dinner at the lodge.
   
Accommodations: Selva Verde Lodge
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10: Transfer to San José, Program Concludes
(Friday, October 16)

Note: Note: Participants will depart at 6:00 a.m. from the Selva Verde Lodge in order to arrive at the international airport in San José by approximately 9:00 a.m. Please do not book return flights that leave San José earlier than noon.

Participants who need to schedule flights that leave earlier than noon should contact the program provider, Holbrook Travel 800-866-7111/ roadscholarprograms@holbrooktravel.com, for assistance.



   
 Depart From: 6:00 a.m. transfer from Sarapiqui to the Juan Santamaria International Airport in San José (approximately 2.5 hours driving time) for flights to U.S.

Note: Participants booked on later flights will be able to take the second transfer that is scheduled to leave Selva Verde Lodge at 9:00 a.m. (arriving at the international airport by noon).

Except for breakfast, all other meals are on your own on this day.

This concludes the program. We hope you enjoyed your Road Scholar adventure! When you get home, remember to stay in touch via the Road Scholar Social Network; share memories, pictures, and comments about your recent travels.
 Breakfast: Box breakfast en route for participants taking the 6:00 a.m. transfer. Breakfast will be served at the lodge restaurant for later transfers.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

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Costa Rica Reader: History, Culture, Politics


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Costa Rica, A Journey Through Nature


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Costa Rica, A Traveler's Literary Companion


Author: Barbara Ras


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Costa Rica, The Complete Guide


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Costa Rican Spanish


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Costa Rican Wildlife


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Culture Smart! Costa Rica


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Description: History, religion, daily life, food, health and safety are all covered in this accessible pocket guide to Costa Rican customs, etiquette and culture.



Essential Spanish


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National Geographic Costa Rica


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Description: This stylish and informative travel resource features 200 photographs, many maps and good information on the country's history, nature and culture.



Nature of the Rainforest, Costa Rica and Beyond


Author: Adrian Forsyth, E.O. Wilson (Introduction), Michael Fogden (Photographer)


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Neotropical Rainforest Mammals, A Field Guide


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The Birds of Costa Rica


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The Monkey's Bridge, Mysteries of Evolution in Central America


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Description: Opening this absorbing account of the history and biogeography of the Central American isthmus with the tale of Columbus, Wallace often weaves his own travels in the region with a crisp overview of exploration, nature and evolution. Natural history buffs and ecologically minded travelers will appreciate this valuable resource.



The Ticos


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The Wildlife of Costa Rica, A Field Guide


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Tropical Nature


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Volcanoes, Crucibles of Change


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Wild Costa Rica


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