Located in the historic town of Nicoya, the cultural capital of Guanacaste province, our institute is just steps from the town square with outdoor cafes and its colonial church built in 1644. A country setting away from the congestion of the big city and away from the tourist crowds. There isn't a better place to study. Guanacaste province is hemmed in by the mountains to the east and the Pacific to the west. A place of dry tropical forests (found nowhere else ) mountains, beaches, rivers, and rural towns.
Guanacaste has more than ten National Parks and reserves including the nesting site of the leatherback turtle, the largest reptile in the world. An abundance of wildlife, including the easily seen howler monkey live here, as do many species of colorful birds. Secluded and pristine beaches are as close as an hour away. The center of the ancient pre-Columbian Chorotega people is the nearby town of Guaitil. Guanacastans are always friendly, helpful, and a delight to know. While studying we hope you'll take some time to enjoy our people and province as we say: "Orgullosos de ser Guanacastecos" (Proud to be Guanacastans)