The world has changed so much over the past 50 years. Today there is so much more to be aware of and so much more to know about.
Success in tomorrow's world will require far better understanding of the commonalities and differences among the world's peoples.
A Mexico vacation will give your kids the headstart of international multicultural experience, and because of it they'll be able to more deeply and fully understand future learning and events.
Veracruz is one of the world's safest cities. It's a place where Mexicans vacation. Here you don't have to worry about who's walking near you or who's driving the taxi. You can relax, have fun and let your family share in the very friendly happiness of Veracruz's wonderful people.
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The School's Mexico Address
The Language Immersion School
Calle Alacio Pérez #61
Col. R. Flores Magón
Veracruz, Ver. Mexico
Within Mexico (229) 931-4716,
Within Mexico Cellular (229) 207-1929
We'd like to know in advance how you'll want to split up your time between pure vacation fun activities and cultural
explorations. That will give us a starting reference, but we always want your plans to be completely flexible so you and your kids will have the best vacation ever.
Veracruz and Mexico Family Notes
Two and a Half Feet Long and All Alligator [Mexico]
What a thrill--Cocodrilo is what they're called down here, and while
on a nature tour by motorboat of a large lagoon's mangrove region a family saw one.
Down here there's always
something new and different for the family to see and remember forever.
Snorkeling Is Great [Veracruz]
The water is wonderfully warm, and visibility is great. Kids love all the flora and fauna of the Coral Reefs.
Sandboarding the Dunes [Mexico]
It couldn't cost less. It's close by. It's crazy enough that kids love it. Dune-boarding is easy to do and has its thrilling moments.
Take the Family Rafting [Mexico]
An hour or so by car, and of course longer by bus, you'll get to Jalcomulco. And there you can shoot the rapids. Kids have to be ten years old. The rapids are safe, and our friends who own the rafting company are especially safety conscious.