Spanish Immersion course

Come and immerse in the Spanish language by living with a local host family: the ideal way to practice & improve your Spanish while also having intense daily Spanish lessons in the colonial Antigua. We combine classroom instruction with experienced instructors, with practice outdoors and real immersion in our life and customs.

Learn Spanish online

Our tailor-made courses on skype with native teachers from Guatemala are extremely convenient, effective and fun.At CDM you can enjoy interactive online Spanish lessons designed to build confidence, develop fluency and help you learn in an easy way. Try it for free: request a free 60 minute Skype Spanish lesson and try us risk free.


People choose to volunteer for a variety of reasons. For some, it offers the chance to give something back to the community, for others it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing experience and knowledge. Volunteer in the Antigua Guatemala in a variety of quality projects such as teaching English, Childcare, Medical, etc.

Come and learn spanish with us!

CDM spanish school is located in Antigua Guatemala, a popular tourist destination in the heart of Guatemala. Our school is recommended by Lonely Planet (Guatemala travel guide book), World travel Buzz among others as well as hundreds of satisfied students. Our school is designed to maximize your learning ability. We provide a quiet and comfortable environment as well as well-trained teachers and a well structured and documented spanish course.

Our school is one of the leading spanish schools in Antigua Guatemala, with a wide range of spanish courses and levels to ensure successful learning of the spanish language while enjoying Guatemala's culture, traditions and kindness. We are a specialized school in immersion spanish (Antigua Guatemala and on Skype). The teaching method of Cima del Mundo is modeled after the manner that we learned out first language. It is a natural way of learning. The student thinks and talks Spanish from the first day.


I’m greeted by a nice chap by the name of Erick.  CDM is his baby and he’s got a staff of around 6 teachers working every day.  He offers Spanish and English classes, both at the school, and via Skype video chat for when you go home. This is a small school in comparison to some of the others in Antigua but it’s definitely not without its charms, like most buildings in Antigua, there are various rooms set around a central courtyard/garden.  Teachers and students sit at small wooden tables, arranged around the courtyard, all working away, trying to get their verbos irregulares down pat.


How to use por and para
Verbo haber
How to use muy and mucho