In Colombia we have language schools that offer a number of study-and-volunteer program, and exchange programs – also at its branches in Bogota the Capital city of Colombia, Medellín and Cartagena.
There are great places to visit during your stay in Colombia such as:
Museo del Oro: Bogotá's most famous museum and one of the most fascinating in all of South America, the recently renovated Gold Museum contains more than 55,000 pieces of gold and other materials from all the major pre-Hispanic cultures in Colombia. All is laid out in logical, thematic rooms over three floors – with descriptions in Spanish and English.
Museo Nacional: Housed in the expansive, Greek cross-shaped building called El Panóptico and designed as a prison by English architect Thomas Reed in 1874. Walking through the (more or less) chronological display of Colombia's past, you pass iron-bar doors into white-walled halls.
Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral and Laguna de Guatavita Day Trip from Bogotá: Visit one of South America’s wonders, the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, and see the beautiful Lake Guatavita (Laguna de Guatavita) on this day trip from Bogotá! Explore the magnificent salt mine of Zipaquirá and see the famous cathedral up close. Then, visit Laguna de Guatavita, where the famous ‘el dorado’ legend originated, and the Tominé Reservoir. If you’re looking for a fun outdoor activity.
Bogotá City Sightseeing Tour with Optional Lunch and Cable Car Ride: Explore the city of Bogotá on this guided sightseeing tour to some of the most famous attractions in the city! Walk through the cobblestone streets of La Candelaria, Bogotá’s historic district, and see La Catedral Primera (Prime Cathedral).
Colombia is also a good country to improve your Spanish with native speakers.
Please write to us at Language Embassy to send you the list of schools and places that your school can go for an exchange program in the Bogota.