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Cuzco - School Trips / Groups
2 language schools in Cuzco offering School Trips / Groups courses from
for a 1 week Spanish course.

School trips abroad to attend a language course. Ideal as end of course trips combining language learning and optional packages of activities.


All prices for group courses listed below include:

  • accommodation for students and 2 supervisors
  • language course with 20 lessons per week
  • full board for students and 2 supervisors
  • transfer from and to airport/train station in city
  • registration fee, teaching materials/books, test on first and last day of course
  • supervisor accommodation in single room
Prices are orientative examples based on 3 week courses of 15 students in June. All courses and activities can be individually customized to your preferences and you can generally choose among homestay or hotel/hostel accommodation. During low season (September to May) discounts may apply. Contact our consultants to have a package tailored to your needs.


Submit here your course duration, group size and any preferences you have and receive a personalized quotation for the school you are interested in.


Overall rating of listed schools in Cuzco:
4.4/5.0 (14 reviews)
Price per student:(price per week)
366 US$
Student residence AMAUTA Spanish School
Double room
366 US$
Homestay
Single room
Price includes
Entry level test
Weekly evaluation meeting of group leader with language teacher
Airport transfer - Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport (CUZ)
Extra services
Price per student:(price per week)
428 US$
Homestay
Double room
Price includes
Weekly evaluation meeting of group leader with language teacher
Entry level test
Afternoon activities for 1 days per week
Salsa classes
Extra services
SIM cards for group leader
SIM cards for each student
Health insurance

Events in CuzcoBest time to take a language course in Cuzco

June
Inti Raymi
Inti Raymi

24 Jun. 2017Inti Raymi, the Incan Sun Festival, celebrates the winter solstice and Incan new year. Theatrical presentations with colourful costumes and masks recreate a blood-free version of the sacrificial ceremonies of centuries past, banned by the Spanish colonizers and resurrected in the 1940s.

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