WELCOME To the ADVENTURE!

Ecotourism, canyoning, rappeling and more  in San Carlos, Colombia.

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What we offer?

Nice and chill hosting, tradicional, Delicious and healthy food, all while you know the wonders of Colombia

We adventure and explore in the Breath-taking Nature of surrounding San Carlos, Antioquia.  Including swimming in rivers, jumping off waterfalls, hiking, trekking  and canyoning. However, we also can offer Incredible adventures in Colombia, close to Medellin, paragliding, climbing and more. Learn more about our Adventures.

Culture, Art and History is  in the streets of San Carlos.  We chose San Carlos to be the base for Spanish Adventure to allow for immersion in small town Colombia.  San Carlos is known as the town of the murals,  also for its many waterfalls and for being example of peace & reconciliation after the war.  San Carlos is a hidden gem close to Medellin , and has yet to see international tourism.  Learn more about San Carlos.

Yoga and Meditation is better when you are surrounded by nature, Feel how the fresh air fill you lungs for a truly connection    Learn more about Yoga packages.

Flora and Fauna  You can watch some of the thousand different birds species in Colombia, or learn how the coffee, sugar cane and other food is process in local farms before being on the table!

 

 

 


Student Testimonials

  • More than anything I liked the practical courses in the afternoon. Learning Spanish while jumping off rocks has never been more exciting."
    — Matthew from Belgium | 29 | "Building Spanish"
  • "I loved that the people of San Carlos were so open and curious of us foreigners and happily conversed with us even though our Spanish was at a basic level, making it easy to practice what we learned in class."
    — Mac from Ireland | 35 | "Traveling Spanish"
  • I've taken Spanish classes in my university, at Spanish schools in Medellin, and here. Spanish Adventure has been the best—and most fun—learning experience yet. Hands down.
    — Skylar from USA | 22 | "Building Spanish"
  • Camilo, Daniel, and Joan weren't my teachers; they were (and still are!) my friends. They warmly welcomed me, and I felt right at home from the start. My week with them was my most memorable and enjoyable in Colombia!
    — Lily from USA | 20 | "Building Spanish"