A FUN WAY TO LEARN SPANISH, GET TO KNOW LOTS OF FRIENDS AND ENJOY THE  PERUVIAN CULTURE12 YEARS TEACHING SPANISH TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTSYOU WILL HAVE FUN WHILE LEARNING SPANISH

A FUN WAY TO LEARN SPANISH, GET TO KNOW LOTS OF FRIENDS AND ENJOY THE PERUVIAN CULTURE.

12 YEARS TEACHING SPANISH TO INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

YOU WILL HAVE FUN WHILE LEARNING SPANISH

Spanish Courses in Peru

Wiracocha Spanish school is a school with an innovative method of teaching Spanish. We believe our students should not only learn Spanish, but live it as well. As a result, our teachers put a great deal of emphasis on conversation as well as practical exercises in which students visit restaurants, markets and tourist offices.

Why study with Wiracocha

  • Native teachers
    Be insprired by passionated spanish teachers.
  • Dynamic spanish courses.
    Courses designed and adapted to your learning needs.
  • Intensive conversation practices.
    Students learn better speaking and practicing.
  • Voluntary Work options.
    Make volunteer while learning spanish.
  • Excursions around Cusco.
    Visit Cusco's surroundings as part of offered activities.
  • 12 years of experience.
    Our experience make us your best choice.

Voluntary Work

Wiracocha Spanish School offers you the opportunity to do voluntary work in conjunction with your studies. You are completely free to give any donation you wish directly to the organization you work with.

Student Testimonials

  • With only a web page to convince me of travelling 12000 miles. I have found not only a great school but also great friends! Thank you so much for every- thing Erick, Sonia, Gary, J-man you all rock! . And the Cuy (guinea pig) how can I forget the cuy! Hsssss! I loved the opportu- nities that you've given me the city tours, the dance classes, the Soccer game "go Cienciano" and just the awesonest family! I think I'd get myself adopted by them.
    Thanks again for everything! Un gros Merci, je vous adores tous tellement! Ce mois fût merveilleux !
    Gabriel Ramsay (el bombero del amor) From Canada (Ottawa)
  • A lot of ex-students are still visiting the school! And I am too. The school is small that it feels a lot like family. My teacher, Gary, did a great job. He is a good teacher for upper levels as well. We had a good mix of conversation, exercises, grammar and fun. I learned a lot !We went cuy-eating with school and that was a lot of fun! I would recommend this school to anyone. It's a great place to study and meet interesting people (tourists and Peruvians).Thank you!
    Linn Fleury From Switzerland
  • I spent 6 weeks at this school. I had different teachers wich made things more interesting. I took trips on the weekends to Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, and other places. If my trips carried over through Monday I misses classes, It was not a problem to make them up in the afternoon later in the week.
    David Ege From Texas, USA
  • I really feel like this week of Quechua classes has given me a good base to do my fieldwork in the campo. I’ve had a lot thrown at me, but I understand most of I and I just have to absorb it to be able to speaks clearly, which I’m sure I’ll be able to do¡ Gracias!
    Nicola Ulibarri from USA
  • I had an excellent time during my week and half here in Cusco. All of the teachers here at Wiracocha are very intelligent and helful.My homestay also could been much better. The family treated me as one of their own while I was here.
    Jack Forrest From New Orleans, Louisiana - USA