Thursday, July 30, 2009

Salsa Dancing in Costa Rica

Samara, Costa Rica An alternative, must-try, activity in Costa Rica are the Latin dances. Ideal for anyone who is willing to try, or even the most experienced dancers. Being in the tropics and moving and shaking your hips, will make you feel immersed in the Costa Rican culture. The most common dance types in the country are; Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Bolero, Bachata, and some of the latest Latin Dance "Ritmo." (Rhythm) The locals, "Ticos" love to dance, and you can find many places within the country to go and dance. In the cities i.e. San Jose, Heredia, Alajuela are many dance clubs that open their doors several nights a week. Even at the beaches, it's common for open-air bars to start playing Latin dance music, and many of the locals and tourist mix to enjoy the night. The students that study Spanish in Costa Rica, many of the programs offer Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia classes, as part of the package. It's a great way to get-to-know other students from different countries. The picture above is taken from a Spanish school in Samara, and students are learning to dance, from an experienced instructor, and they are just a few steps from the beach. Imagine listening to music, moving your body, and getting that nice ocean breeze as the waves are crashing. Dancing in the tropics is a definitely a must-try! To learn more about Spanish courses in Samara Beach and dance classes, contact Spanish for Success.




Imagine dancing to the sexy dance of Salsa, and behind you is the pacific coast. Here in the Samara location, the school is located just a meters away from the beach. Move your body to the beat of the music and waves crashing. Let your sweat, from the tropics, energize your experience.

A listing of Dance Clubs in Costa Rica

More Pictures from Samara

Blog Content - By Spanish for Success
www.spanishforsuccess.com

7 comments:

keegan said...

Salsa dance is a common form of dance and it is easy to learn. I know a versatile website which gives free online video classes on salsa dance
. Many free video tutorials are available for beginners, intermediates and advanced dancers.

Duffy said...

Hunting for useful sources that can help you to learn dance online is really time-consuming. However, if you are getting tired of searching for such resources over the internet, visit the website http://www.learn-dance-online.com and go through dance directories.

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Tannia said...

Salsa dancing is very common in Costa Rica because that people are very happy and love to dance, for that and a million more of reasons I decided to buy lots in costa rica.

I love this country!!

Sophia said...

My friend was in Costa Rica, he traveled thorough last minute travel. I saw his photos from there, it is amazing place. I would like to go there in the future. Land in Samara Costa Rica

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addy watson said...

Salsa is a syncretic dance form with origins from Cuba and Puerto Rico. It is fast becoming a global phenomenon.
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