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Nature Retreats

Bolinas Lagoon

Tomales Bay

Drakes Head Bike Trail

View Black Mountain/ Elephant Mountain

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Spanish Immersion

Destinations Include

Nature. Atacama Desert, Central Valley, Patagonia, etc.

Sport and adventure. Skiing, surfing, hiking, etc.

Culture and patrimony. Wine routes, museums, historical towns such as Valparaiso, etc.

 
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Spanish Immersion

Come to Chile with me, improve your conversational skills and explore the possibilities.

 

Destinations  
  • Nature. Atacama Desert, Central Valley, Patagonia, etc.

  • Sport and adventure. Skiing, surfing, hiking, etc.

  • Culture and patrimony. Wine routes, museums, historical towns such as Valparaiso, etc.

  • Urban life. Explore Santiago, the largest city in Chile. This city offers a mix of history and modern life accompanied by breathtaking views of the Andes Mountains.    

 

Purpose. 
I customized trips to meet the traveler's personal interests, such as:
  • Education and professional experiences.
  • Create connections.

Puerto Fui

A small town with much to offer

Located in the Panguipulli community, this charming little town is home to many wonders such as the Huilo-Huilo Biological Reserve and the Pirihueico lake, one of the seventh lakes in Panguipulli. The ferry connects Puerto Fui with Pirihueico and from there to the Argentina border. In only a few hours one can go from Puerto Fui, Chile to San Martin de Los Andes, Argentina.

Santiago, Chile

Santiago Historical Distric

Stay away from the financial district and you will see Santiago. A combination of neighborhoods that offer something for everyone. The streets and their architecture will captivate your interest.   

 

About Me

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Cecilia Figueroa is a native Spanish speaker from Los Ángeles, Chile. Her career in education began over 20 years ago when she moved from Chile to the United States to start her studies in education. Since then, Cecilia has been teaching in the classroom to K-12 students and adults in the states of Massachusetts, Colorado, and California.  

 

Teaching has helped Cecilia acquire a better understanding of language instructions and develop teaching techniques to provide opportunities for students to explore and exercise multiple intelligence, enabling the new language skills to emerge naturally.

 

Her background in Tourism and Adventure and her passion for traveling and learning more about her home country Chile, has provided another type of classroom where students practice Spanish skills engaging with locals and learning about the culture.