Leave the cold weather behind and travel to the exotic shores of Costa Rica. Join us for studies abroad in a land of culture, biodiversity, and beautiful beaches. We will visit conservation parks, volcanoes, rain forests, and -- of course -- the beaches! Come join us for Winter Term 2012 in an educational journey to Costa Rica!
"Language, Culture, and Diversity in Costa Rica" INS 3309 will earn 3 credit hours. No prior language skills required. The course is open to everyone.
If you're interested, please email Dr. Arcea Zapata de Aston (email@example.com) or stop by her office: FOB #28. She will provide the registration form and answer any questions that you have about Costa Rica and the course. The registration form and $200 deposit are required before December 1, 2011 to secure a place. Financial aid may be available.
INS 3309 LANGUAGE, CULTURE, AND DIVERSITY IN COSTA RICA
3-6 Review course materials on KWC campus
9 Arrive in Costa Rica; Airport Shuttle to Hotel Robledal; Presentation of the Tour Program
10 Visit to Inbio Park; Visit to Poas Volcano; return to hotel Robledal
11 Visit to Braulio Carrillo National Park; transfer to Tirimbina Hotel;Presentation of the Conservation & Sustainable Programs; Night Tour “Frogs of the rain forest”
12 Chocolate Tour; Bats Presentations at Conference Room; Night Tour “Bats as the most important mammals of the Rain forest”
13 Arenal Volcano; Visit to Ecocentro Danaus; transfer to La Pradera; Visit to the Hotsprings
14 Visit Puentes Colgantes
15 Jaco Beach; Visit Tarcoles River; transfer to Arenal Pacifico
16 Jaco; Visit to Manuel Antonio National Park
17 Return to Robledal; Final Dinner
19 Transfer to the airport; Return
20 Finalize papers
TOTAL Price: $1300 + flights and tuition (note some food is included). Financial aid and grants may be available.
Includes: Hotel room double occupancy ten nights in Costa Rica, all internal travel, excursions to sites, all tours. (Note: Price is subject to change until final booking is confirmed.)
For more info, contact:
Arcea Zapata de Aston, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Chair, Department of Modern Languages
Kentucky Wesleyan College