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Instituto Estelar Bilingüe



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Instituto Estelar Bilingüe is a Spanish and English language school in Liberia, Costa Rica. Dedicated to using the most effective methodology and holding the highest educational standard in the classroom, Instituto Estelar Bilingüe is a dynamic and exciting place for foreigners to study Spanish and locals to study English. 

We offer a variety of extracurricular clubs and activities which teach about Costa Rican culture, match English students with Spanish students, and help the local community through volunteer work. 

Whether you want to learn Spanish for the first time or build on what you already know, Instituto Estlar Bilingüe is the place to make it happen!

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ACosta Rica: Activities for 14 people in Tango Mar near Cabo Blanco reserve, Costa Rica

I second the Montezuma​ suggestion! It's one of my favorite places in Costa Rica!!  Also, from Montezuma you can take a boat to Manuel Antonio which has an amazing national park with tons of wildlife.  Have a great trip! See More

ACosta Rica: Best time of year to visit?

For the best weather, come down between December and February. But for the best prices, June through October are great but you do run the risk of rain in the afternoons mainly.  For great beaches, national parks, waterfalls, and volcanoes, you can do a lot in the Guanacaste... See More

ACosta Rica: Average Apartment Rental Prices In Costa Rica

It definitely depends on what part of Costa Rica you will be in. I am currently in a fully furnished apartment in Liberia and I pay $200 per month. This price can go up or down depending on if you are in the city, on the beach, or in a better/worse apartment.  From what... See More

ACentral America: Affordable Spanish study schools with homestay in Central America?

Have you considered Costa Rica? There are so many awesome countries in Central America, but Costa Rica has got it all - beaches, volcanoes, wildlife, national parks, waterfalls, and so much more!  You should check out Instituto Estelar Bilingue ... See More

ACosta Rica: Family-friendly hotels on the beach?

Sounds like a very relaxing trip! I recommend looking into the Guanacaste area to stay - this province has MANY beaches all within driving distance. Some of my favorites are Playa Flamingo , Playa Grande, ... See More

ACosta Rica: What city is the best place to stay in Costa Rica ?

I highly recommend Montezuma​. It can sometimes be very touristy, but if you go during the low season it is an amazing little town. There are incredible beaches, waterfalls, wildlife, and hikes you can do easily from the town. My favorite thing there... See More

ACosta Rica: Good surf in Costa Rica

If you're an experienced surfer, you should try Witch Rock​​ (Roca Bruja​​​​) inside of Santa Rosa National Park​. It is a world class surf spot with great waves! And if you are interested in learning Spanish during... See More

ACosta Rica: places to stay for a week to see monkeys and hummingbirds

Monteverde is an amazing little place here in Costa Rica. Along with the hummingbird garden, you can visit the snake and frog museums which are really awesome! As for monkeys, it depends on the type you are looking for. If you are in... See More

ACosta Rica: Places to visit with three kids, ages 9-13

Those all sound like great places to visit! Arenal is beautiful and Manuel Antonio is one of my favorite places! Another amazing place is Monteverde - the road getting there is rough, but it is a special pocket in Costa... See More

ACosta Rica: East Coast Costa Rica Recommendations

Yes! Puerto Viejo​ is a great little town on the east coast. There are many beautiful beaches nearby along with good surf spots, great bars, and fun tours. Have a great trip! See More

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