In Costa Rica, nature rules all! Over 60% of Costa Rican territory is protected as natural parks, where diverse flora and fauna thrive. And it’s well protected for a good reason! Costa Rica boasts beautiful, long sandy beaches, green, dense jungle, volcanoes, underwater life thriving with bright coral and fish, and spectacular, out-of-this-world landscapes. For a relatively small Central American country, Costa Rica boasts a surprisingly spectacular natural diversity. Sometimes referred to as ‘the Switzerland of Latin America’ due to its stability, Costa Rica prioritises sustainable development, health and education. The country even went as far as removing its own army in a demonstration of its neutrality and peace. Costa Rica is also a great country in which to meet new people; locals are both friendly and very welcoming. There’s a pretty good chance that once you step foot in Costa Rica, you’ll have a very tough time leaving this awesome country!

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  • Academia Tica Jaco Building
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    Tica, Jaco

    Close to the beach

    The language school is situated in the residential neighbourhood of Calle Naciones Unidas, only a 15-minute walk to the beach and close to shops and restaurants.Academia Tica is housed in a beautiful building, surrounded by a magnificent garden with a swimming pool.

  • Academia Tica Coronado Class in Garden
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    Tica Coronado

    Close to centre city

    The school is made up of 10 classrooms, a multimedia centre with 6 computers that have Internet access, a Wi-Fi connection, a cafeteria and a tropical garden.Academia Tica also provides students with access to a library, local newspapers, board games and films.