The LenguaVentura review was originally published in Dulaboo.com. I used to write for the said website before my contract expired. Republishing here for archiving purposes. Edited to suit Yoast’s requirements.
Some Spanish lessons are free. Others just offer a free trial. Then you start paying the monthly lessons once you realize that the program actually works for you. In the case though of Lenguaventura.com, learning Spanish for teens is an opportunity to explore the tropical side of Spain, giving credence to the “aventura” (adventure) clause.
Lenguaventura.com got its name from the Spanish words “lengua” which means language and “aventura” which means adventure. In a nutshell, it means language and adventure in one program. The program is intended for teens aged 14 – 17. Imagine these kids pouring their youth into learning Spanish. Young, wild and free is at its peak. Teens hungered for adventure, for new experiences. Fun activities motivate them to learn new things when mixed with fun.
Activities in Lenguaventura.com include kitesurfing, windsurfing and other activities. Teens engage in activities outside Spanish lessons. Truth be told, it made sense that whatever these teens learned in Spanish class, they get to immediately apply in activities that they participate into.
Price offered is somewhat steep. That wasn’t surprising since if you would take a look into their travel itinerary. The schedule includes outdoor activities in the Spanish classes’ schedule. Think of it as sending your kids on vacation while learning Spanish as well. It’s hard to enjoy the beaches of Malaga and Tarifa when language barriers exist.
Payment can be made either by PayPal, credit card or by bank. You also get to choose which airport you would prefer for our travelling details. If you are familiar with these areas, much better then.
Kids will not overlook whatever Spanish language lessons that your child can learn in Lenguaventura.com‘s camp. There is nothing to fret about. The site provided a sample schedule of the travel itinerary on their brochure as well.
Lenguaventura provides most of the language lessons every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
The bulk of the adventure would be spent on Wednesday as this is the assigned field trip day for the learners. Each week there would be an assigned beach to go to for a full day adventure. It would slightly force the students to apply the Spanish language lessons they have learned with the string of activities they would be participating into.
I tweet and search a lot on Twitter. This is one of the first websites I found when I tried searching for Spanish lessons offered online. Lenguaventura.com is active on Twitter. They tweet phrases and sentences in Spanish.
They provided their followers samples of the Spanish lessons. The tweets are either in Spanish, English or both, a nice bilingual touch to a company offering language lessons. They also tweet links that provide rich content that would be very helpful for those who follow them to receive bite-sized Spanish lessons.
I cannot recommend Lenguaventura yet due to the coronavirus situation. Feel free to bookmark their website though. It still exists. Click here for the price quotation and schedule. Also, check them out on Facebook and Twitter.
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