Learn Spanish on the Galapagos IslandsGalapagos Islands Photo Gallery
The most famous residents of the Galapagos Islands will be your neighbors while you study Spanish on the Galapagos Islands. Of course, the renowned elephant tortoise meanders about, but they’re just one of the unique species on this magical part of our planet. Some of the animals you may see while learning Spanish on the Galapagos Islands include the Blue-Footed Booby, several species of iguanas, the Black-Browed Albatross, sea lions, and a variety of other sea life, from dolphins to hammer-head sharks. Studying Spanish on the Galapagos Islands lets you live in a place where human life is secondary to the wildlife.
An Oasis in the SeaGalapagos Islands Photo Gallery
Made up of 15 larger islands and 3 smaller islands the Galapagos Islands break from the ocean’s surface like a rising oasis. When you study Spanish on the Galapagos, you enjoy a variety of atmospheric pleasures. From warm temperatures and shining sun, to misty days with an ocean breeze, the islands will keep you guessing.
Environmental stimuli, unlike any in the world, will provide new words and ideas to explore through your Spanish language course on the Galapagos Islands – Ideas that have engaged the world through time, thanks to Charles Darwin, and continue today with honors like being a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a frequent visitor by National Geographic. Learning Spanish on the Galapagos Islands lets you live and learn in the midst of the planets greatness.
Although the animal world dominates this little part of the planet, you can’t learn Spanish on the Galapagos Islands without learning more about the human chapters in this great story.Galapagos Islands Photo Gallery
Famously, Charles Darwin changed our view of the world with his publications of island discoveries. But there are other stories to know while attending our Spanish language school on the Galapagos Islands. There are intriguing stories of marooned sailors, pirates, early settlements in a harsh land, or “The Baroness” who arrived to the islands with a whip and pistol, only to cause havoc and the mysterious disappearance of several residents. Spanish Learning on the Galapagos Islands is like stepping into a fairy tale of adventure, mystery, and wild animals.