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Spanish Learning Classes in Cozumel
Vacationing in a foreign land is always exciting and can be a bit scary if English is not the first language of the country you are visiting and you don't know their language!! You could ask some one for a bathroom and get handed a banana instead! The ultimate barrier to remove when trying to learn and understand a different culture is language. Once you can communicate with some one in their homeland and in their language, the final curtain is raised and an entirely different and expanded cultural experience awaits.

When visiting Mexico, most tourist destinations now have a large bi-lingual Spanish/English population and one shouldn't expect to encounter many language barrier problems. However, being willing and able to some extent to communicate in Spanish is very helpful and also alot offun!

If you think you might be interested in learning Spanish before coming to Cozumel, why not visit your local book store and pick up an entry level "Learn the Basics" type of reference book? We also invite you to visit our online comprehensive guide to Basic Spanish Phrases - Cozumel Insider's Spanish Guide. With the bookstore reference text and the Basic Phrases link above as overviews of Spanish language fundementals, you might decide you want to take your learning further while here in Cozumel on vacation.
Learning Basic Spanish in Cozumel
If you are interested in a cursory review of basic Spanish and how to pronounce various words/phrases, there is really no need to pay for a "course or class" to do this! Interestingly enough, because this is a tourist destination, there are many bi-lingual locals who would love to trade time with you and learn too!! They get to practice their English and ask questions while you do the same about Spanish! What a great way to meet new island friends too!! This is the most practical, economical and enjoyable way to see if Spanish is fun for you!

As a day visitor to Cozumel or and extended stay guest....

...just bring your reference book and a printout of the Basic Spanish Phrases guide along with you on your Cozumel vacation. Then visit your hotel lobby, a bar, a restaurant, your dive shop, etc. and ask around to see if there is some one who is interested in sharing this sort of experience with you. Chances are there is some one and the most it might cost you is a couple of tacos or something similar. This gives you the flexibility to spend as little or as much time learning Spanish as you like on your vacation here in Cozumel!

Now.....If you find learning Spanish exciting and challenging and you've tackled the basics and want to move up a notch, then you need a different level of Spanish speaking person to really teach you the fundementals over an extended stay. You need some one trained and skilled not only in speaking Spanish properly but in teaching as well. You will need a Spanish speaking, degreed educator with courses and learning materials designed for those wanting to develop their present knowledge for private, educational or professional reasons.
Spanish Classes
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 Cozumel Spanish Learning Educational Classes
Spanish Learning Educational Sessions - Single or Multiple Day Classes. Starting at $20/hour
 Cozumel Spanish Learning & Accommodations Packages
Spanish Learning Packages consisting of multi-day classes and local neighborhood accomodations. What better way to enhance your learning experience than to be able to practice your new found skills at every corner! Starting $ 385/person
Learning Spanish can be Fun!
Cozumel Spanish Learning & Accommodations Packages
Other Languages are also available! English, French & Italian - Inquire!

Learning Comprehensive Spanish in Cozumel
Why a CozumelInsider Referred Language Instructor?
  • Our screening helps ensure your success...
    Face it. While you may be on vacation, your time in Cozumel is very limited so it's important that you get the most out of any learning experience in the time given. Taking a Spanish Course from a competent, skilled, degreed professional teacher is the only way to ensure the quaility of your Spanish learning experience. Cozumelinsider reviews the credentials of instructors wanting to be on our referral list to ensure you are getting a qualified educator for your course.

  • Recommended Language School teachers...
    Our recommended teachers are drawn from two pools of credentialed instructors. Some are Candadian/USA citizens with University degrees in Spanish while others are native speakers, educated to degree level and qualified to teach. Many of the instructors speak and teach 3 to 4 different languages. They draw on their skills and experience to select the most appropriate approach for each student.

  • Individual Approach...
    In the initial days of the Spanish course the instructors will carry out a skilled assessment of your needs and "where you are" with your Spanish speaking skills. This will enable the teacher determine which course materials are most appropriate to ensure you make the best possible progress along the pathway from beginner to advanced.

  • Quality Results...
    No matter if you elect to take these Spanish courses during a one day island visit, over a weekend, week long or month long Cozumel vacation you will be satisfied with your learning experience. Having professional instructors with educational course materials that facilitate learning will make all the difference in your final results.
Personal Experiences
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Very nice home base for our diving vacation! Nice villa, enjoyed our neighbors, hearing the roosters crow and relaxing in the hammock. Wish we knew more Spanish so we could talk more with lovely Zuri and others in town. Loved being greeted at the airport! Next Time, we'd like to check out the Beach Club! Thank you!!! Bret & Debbi C. ~ Parker, CO

Sherri...thank you again so very much for your fantastic website and for your excellent stories on life in Cozumel. We fellow Texans that are not fortunate enough to actually live there are able to do it through you and we are all extremely grateful...and incredibly envious! Having been an airline employee until retirement I have been lucky to have been down island over 20 times and it NEVER gets old. I thought I knew all about Cozumel, but was delighted to learn of new things and places through you and your website. Your current posting of how you came to Cozumel was so cool. You really need to work on that book! Congrats on this milestone, and continued luck and success in all you do. See you in September for our annual trip down for my birthday and Mexican Independence Day. M. Goodwin ~ Dallas, Texas

Stay (07/15/2012) - We had another wonderful stay here at IslaMar! Extra kudos to Miguel in his help to find Tim’s keys that had been left/dropped in a taxi! The Villas are so quiet with just us here and of course the diving with Dive Paradise was wonderful, as were our meals at San Carlos Pescaderia and El Morro! We hope to be back again to enjoy this bit of paradise. Tim & Karin McD. ~ Portland, OR

Stay (02/09/2011) - I had a wonderful week here in Cozumel. The weather, the people, the beaches and the staff at IslaMar are amazing! I will let my friend and family know about how great it is to visit! Until the next time!!! Jodi T. ~ Ontario, Canada

Stay (02/24/2012) - To the IslaMar Staff: Thank you so much (gracias) for the wonderful service in Cozumel. We have learned to respect and “enjoy” the “pace” of living here. The island and events have been beautiful. Again, gracias for your kindness and service during our stay here. God Bless! Mike C. & Marlyce F. ~ Ettrick, WI


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