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School Activities

Cooking classes

Our cooking classes are our most famous and popular school activity. The reason?
We are the only language school that offers Peruvian cooking classes where students cook a full meal by themselves with only the chef’s instructions (as opposed
to just helping the chef cook the meal).
Depending on the number attending, students are divided into small groups of 3-4 people and are provided with a small cooking station that includes a rice cooker, blender, mixer, and all necessary utensils.

The school is proud to hire a trained chef to lead
each class and supervise all logistics. However, meal
ingredient costs are covered by students, normally about
35 soles/person, which includes a main dish, a dessert or
an appetizer, and one or more traditional
Peruvian cocktail).

City tours

Our school organizes regular guided visits and tours after
school (normally at 6pm) to several landmarks, attractions,
historic sites and neighborhoods.
Afterward, those who would like can join us to
share dinner at a traditional Peruvian restaurant near
the area to be visited. Our tours normally visit:

  • The Plaza Mayor of Lima
  • The San Francisco Catacombs
  • The San Martin Plaza
  • The Reserve Park
  • The Magical Water Circuit Park
  • The convent of Santo Domingo
  • Barranco area & Bridge of Sighs

Weekend excursions

We arrange several fun and entertaining excursions during
weekends so students can make the most of their time in
Lima and Peru,
Tours and visits are arranged through experienced partner
tour agencies that offer exclusive discounted rates to our
school (students can save up to 40-60% versus doing the
same trip on their own).

Full day excursions are normally arranged to:

  • The Paracas Peninsula and the Islas
    Ballestas Nature Reserve
  • The Lunahuana Valley for river rafting, horse riding, a
    visit to a winery, and more
  • The Dunes of Huacachina-Ica for sandboarding and
    sand buggies

Peruvian high culture

In order to show our students more about our culture,
traditions, dances and more, we happily arrange
several fun and entertaining Peruvian culture related
activities, some examples are:

  • Peruvian traditional dancing shows at the Grand
    National Theater (such as the very
    popular “Retablo” show held a few times each year)
  • The National Museum of Peru
  • The Larco Museum of Peruvian archeology
  • The Museum of Modern Art of Lima (MALI)
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Lima
  • The Pedro de Osma Museum in Barranco
  • Theater performances at Larcomar or the Municipal Theater of Lima

Other free activities

In order to maximize the use our Spanish outside the
class and to keep our students highly motivated, our
School organizes one or more of the following FREE
activities every week:

  • Salsa dance classes (90 minutes per class)
    taught by a national salsa champion
  • Spanish film projection night
  • Karaoke nights
  • Weekend soccer/football matches
  • Volunteering activities

PLEASE NOTE: We welcome any of our students’
friends and family who are in town to participate in both
our free activities and our low-cost activities (paying the
same rate that our students would normally pay).




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Please note: Because we have a limited number or teachers and classrooms, some schedules may be subject to
availability based on your desired classes frequency and duration. However, if you can't find your ideal schedule,
please feel free to contact us anytime and we will happily reach out to you in order to work on alternative solutions.
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