Spanish Immersion & Luxury Vacation In Puerto Vallarta

A beautiful backdrop with blue skies and seas, a rich history, wonderful restaurants and nighttime entertainment.
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Learn to Speak Spanish in Puerto Vallarta

Are you looking for a language immersion program that can also serve as a luxury vacation? Learn to speak a new language in style with your private one-on-one language instructor at some of the greatest destinations and finest luxury locations.

About Puerto Vallarta

What makes Puerto Vallarta so special? Actually, it’s a stunning combination of many things: the scenic location, tucked up against the mountains where luscious jungles, rivers and cascades meet the deep, rich, blue waters of the huge Banderas Bay, its beaches, and the Pacific Ocean; sights and activities, such as the famous “Malecon” with spectacular ocean views, sculptures, and local Huichol art; plus the neoclassic Parrish of Our Lady of Guadalupe, which can be seen from the cobblestone streets throughout the town center; and other sites like the Botanical Gardens, Los Arcos, and a multitude of water activities.

A Romantic History

Or perhaps it’s the romantic history, such as the filming of “The Night of the Iguana” in 1963, shot in and around Puerto Vallarta and welcoming Richard Burton, Ava Gardner, Deborah Kerr, Tennessee Williams, and Elizabeth Taylor. The off-screen antics of Burton and Taylor were reported in the tabloids, and after filming was completed, the two bought a house in Puerto Vallarta and visited the city on a regular basis. Director John Huston built a home in the area and his children, Anjelica and Danny, are founders and supporters of the annual Puerto Vallarta Film Festival. The “Predator,” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, was also filmed here in 1987 with the many jungle scenes shot in the hills behind Mismaloya Beach.

Incredible Resorts

But what sets Puerto Vallarta apart from most resorts is the fact that it is and has been for centuries a real working city and active port. Spanish missionaries documented skirmishes between the Spanish conquistadors and the local peoples dating back to 1524, when there was a large battle between Hernan Cortes and 10,000 to 20,000 indigenous warriors that resulted in the Spanish and Cortés taking control of much of the region. The area also appears on maps and in sailing logs as a bay of refuge for the Spanish Galleons during their trade with the Philippines and other Pacific destinations as well as for other coastal seafarers. It also figured in some accounts of pirate operations and smuggling, avoiding taxes that would have had to be paid in the official, nearby port of San Blas.

A beautiful backdrop with blue skies and seas, a rich history, wonderful restaurants and nighttime entertainment, myriad activities, plus a level of authenticity, charm, and welcoming local spirit sets Puerto Vallarta above the rest. The weather is extremely sunny and dry from November through May, while the rainy season, with higher temperatures and mostly afternoon showers, stretches from June on into October. Accommodations on the beaches and close to the sites as well as villas on the mountain slopes abound, making “Vallarta” the optimum paradise in which to live and learn Spanish!

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This trip was out of this world. Puerto Vallarta is gorgeous and my language instructor really helped me learn Spanish quickly.

Joy Creese – Toronto, Canada

Frequently Asked Questions

Every Language & Luxury experience is a hand-tailored private journey to learn a foreign language, with a Personal Language Instructor, one on one, in some of the world’s most beautiful cities and towns. If you ever have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

Is this a group classroom language learning experience?
No, this is not a group or classroom of strangers; we focus on providing a language immersion instructor just for you and your exclusive small group of friends or family.
How can I prepare in advance for my Luxury Language Learning Experience?
The truth is that you don’t have to do anything other than bringing an open mind and a positive attitude, and our experienced language instructors, cultural immersion activities, and time will do the rest!  But if you would like to get a jump on things we suggest the following:

1. Practice your listening skills using one or both of the following methods:
a. If your TV service provider has any programming in the language that you plan to learn, watch and listen to those programs! News programs are best because they identify a theme and stick to it for a while, compared to movies or sitcoms that have more complex themes and dialogue.  But any exposure is good.

b. There are mobile applications that allow you to listen to radio stations from all over the world. One example is an iPhone app called “TuneIn”.  Thus, if you’re learning Italian, for example, you can listen to Radio Rai or another Italian station.  Sometimes it’s news, other times it may be a soccer match, but plug in your headphones and go for a walk and let your mind do the rest! In both cases it’s not a problem if you don’t understand, just pay close attention and your mind will start to decipher repetitive sounds.  Pick out a word and look it up if you can; be interactive.

2. Read up on your destination and become familiar with the sites and customs. The more interest you take in the culture the more natural it will feel to begin learning and practicing the language.
Every individual’s language level is different and we also each learn differently. How can language instructors possibly sort this all out?
Having a personal one-on-one language instructor solves a lot of issues as that’s exactly what they are trained to do, namely, evaluate the student’s level and understand how they learn (and what are their interests).  Our language instructors are each unique but share certain traits such as:

They are handpicked and very experienced in teaching adults. There will be an evaluation, either prior to departure or once on site, to establish the language learning level. They focus heavily on conversation, and cover grammar as is needed to address practical needs and uses throughout the day; the curriculum and activities are designed for practical use. And they will adapt to every individual’s way of learning and interests as they get to know them over time.
What is the recommended length of stay in a destination?
In language learning, the more the better because it’s cumulative, that is, you will progress faster and retain more as time goes on!  Three weeks or more would be ideal, and you would most likely learn more the third week than the first two combined.  But since this is a customized experience, you select the dates and duration from one week to a month or more!
Do you book flights?
We do not so flights should be booked through your travel agent, travel website, or directly with the airlines.
Do you book train tickets?
We do not book train tickets, though we can advise on trains when that is your choice for in-country travel.  You may also get help through the dedicated concierge once onsite.
How can I pay?
You may pay by credit card or bank/electronic wire transfer.
Do I need travel insurance?
Travel insurance is for your protection, in case of unforeseen events causing trip cancellation/interruption, or any medical expenses during your trip. We strongly recommend that you purchase comprehensive travel insurance, which may include coverage options from basic trip cancellation insurance to full coverage with emergency medical assistance. Travel Insurance gives you peace of mind and safeguards your investment in the event of a cancellation prior to or during your trip.  You can find travel insurance plans with any of the following:  Travel Guard, Allianz, and Travelex.
What are the departure dates for your language programs?
Key to the success of the Language & Luxury methodology is one on one language instruction, so the program is a customized experience rather than a group tour.  Thus, the dates are flexible and totally up to you.  You simply select the destination and provide us the arrival and departure dates.
Are meals included with your language program?
We do not include meals in the standard package, as enjoying food is one of the best ways to immerse yourself in the local culture!  We do provide restaurant guides and a dedicated concierge service for restaurant recommendations and reservations.

And as part of the customization, we will offer other options for dining, such as a private chef, cooking courses and wine tastings; and, of course, our properties are equipped with full kitchens.
Will I be able to fully speak a foreign language?
It can take many months to become truly fluent in a language depending on the individuals ability, motivation and dedication. Our language learning methodology is superior to traditional language learning methods and you will learn faster by using the one on one language instruction and cultural immersion that Language & Luxury™ provides.

Are you looking For A Private One On One language immersion program that Also serves as a luxury vacation?


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Pricing for Core Immersion Program starts at $3,950/week for a solo traveler, discounts apply for two or more guests.

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We take care of all the details, from transportation to accommodations and excursions. All you need to do is sit back, immerse yourself in the local culture and relax.