Nowhere else on earth can you find such a vast array of natural diversity, culture, and interesting activities in a country as small as Ecuador - making it all so accessible.

With it's rich culture and friendly people, Ecuador is the perfect place to study Spanish, experience the old-world and absorb rich indigenous heritage, contemplate stunning vistas, marvel at the myriad of exotic wildlife and tropical plants, savor unique cuisine, relax into leisure day-time activities or feel the rush of extreme sports, embrace a festive nightlife, make new friends, and just have a great time. 

Memories of Ecuador are those that are cherished for a lifetime.

Learning Spanish in Ecuador

Ecuador is a popular country in which to study Spanish as Ecuadorians are generally regarded as fine speakers of the language. Indeed, with so many foreigners travelling to Ecuador with the intent to learn Spanish, many Ecuadorians have come to sympathize with and extend a modicum of patience to new learners of the language.

You will find Ecuadorians, particularly those near our Spanish schools, are eager to chat and yielding to new learners struggling with their first conversations.

Spanish Schools

We are proud to offer our Spanish Language Schools in the most popular destinations in Ecuador:


A jewel on the crown of the "Ruta del Sol", sunny Manta is a popular tourist destination amongst the Ecuadorians who appreciate the city for more than it's appeal of sun and sand. The metropolitan city of Manta also happens to be situated conveniently close to many exciting activities, engaging natural sights, and neighboring towns teaming with culture... more


Nestled in the spectacular Andean valley and fringed by volcanic peaks, Quito maintains the political and cultural pulse of the nation. It's historical center is a vast labyrinth of colonial majesty and a Unesco World Heritage Site since 1978... more


Like Quito, Ecuador's third-largest city (Cuenca) boasts an unrivaled colonial beauty (honored by Unesco World Cultural Heritage Site) and a world-class modern edge with international restaurants, hotels, cafés, and bars. The city has a large student population and is very popular with foreigners, especially those studying the Spanish language... more


Good surfing (best from December through April), a relaxed hippy atmosphere, and long beach keep this little dirt-road town teaming with travellers for much of the year. If nightlife, full-moon parties, and a laid-back vibe is what you're looking for, it is in endless supply here. Fill up your days with surf lessons and learning Spanish... more