Located in the southeastern Andes Mountains, this city is the historic capital of the Inca Empire and is the gateway to the Machu Picchu Sanctuary. Today, Cusco is not the small mountain town it used to be; today it counts with a population of 400,000 people. Despite this modernization process the city has been able to retain its cultural identity and unique features which is proudly demonstrated by its inhabitants.
Costa Rica is a modern country that enjoys the most developed economy and infrastructure in Central America. Visit cathedrals, museums, bars, discos and shops. Not to mention that, it is also the gateway to the Costa Rican Caribbean and Rainforest. Acquiring your certification here allows you to slow down and relax while you enjoy the colors of nature and teach English to warm and friendly students. As they say in Costa Rica “Pura Vida”.
La Antigua, Guatemala is situated at 1,500 meters (5,000 feet) above sea level in the central highlands of Guatemala in the department of Sacatepéquez. It is the most popular destination in the country for both tourists and Guatemalans alike, and is famous for its well preserved colonial architecture and spectacular ruins—so much so that the entire city has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Acquiring your certificate in this location presents an opportunity to immerse yourself in a warm and colorful culture.
Samara Beach is located in the province of Guanacaste, one of the largest provinces in Costa Rica. Guanacaste’s lush countryside, beaches and rich culture make it an exceptional region for travel and study. The school has a beautiful campus and offers fully equipped air-conditioned rooms. On the weekends trainees can enjoy local surf contests, music concerts, bonfires and a variety of delicious international restaurants. Trainees can also snorkel, take surf lessons, swim or boat to Isla (Island) Chora, go horseback riding, bike ride and bask in the sun on the white sandy shores of Samara, and other local beaches.
Buenos Aires is Argentina's largest metropolitan area with a population of roughly 13 million, mostly of European heritage.
Argentina has a rich historical memory of a past era of wealth and some turbulent times. Buenos Aires has many
monuments, museums, opera houses, and of course, the graves of their beloved Eva Peron (Evita) and the most famous
tango singer Carlos Gardel. If you visit Buenos Aires you must watch a live tango show! Buenos Aires is a stunning city filled
with French Colonial architecture and giant sycamore trees.