Miami, FL, February 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Foreign Exchange Experiences Abroad for Adults and Seniors (FEXEXA) offers the opportunity to participate in cultural immersion programs similar to the ones available to high school and college students: to really live the country and meet local people and to get to know a country "up close and personal."
They are more immersed in the culture of a country and its people when participating in activities with locals who share the same interests - visit gardens, play golf, explore castles, go hiking, go biking, trace genealogy, take cooking lessons - than when surrounded by other tourists, in a bus, staring out the window.
With this option for the more sophisticated traveler, the most important difference between the programs for younger students and the FEXEXA homestays are that the latter offer the comfort level preferred by Adults and Seniors.
FEXEXA is designed for individuals, couples, very small groups of friends, independent travelers, seniors and women travelling alone. It is available all year, for stays as short as one week or much longer.
FEXEXA can be arranged in England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Germany, Austria, Holland, Russia, Turkey, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, China, Japan, Russia, Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Argentina and more.
Examples of Activity Programs include: Istanbul – a mosaic of four (4) different cultures; France – explore the lesser known regions; England – visit the real world of Downton Abbey; Get to know Galway – the most Gaelic County in Ireland; Discover the Smaller Cities in China; Experience Vendimia in Mendoza, Argentina; Mexico – the Yucatan, more than just archeological monuments; Visit the Jesuit Missions of Paraguay.
Homestays and hosts are carefully selected. Participants are matched with a host with similar interests. One must be open to appreciating the cultural differences of each country and region.
English speaking hosts can be arranged in each country.
Please contact them for specific costs for the "Live the Foreign Life Program."