In most nationalities yes but not in all. One student pointed it out very well. He said that in Lenguaventura all teens, sharing the same language, stick together wherever they come from so that a natural language exchange takes place. For us it is one of the most difficult questions to answer as we have quite a lot of kids who are already bilingual because they have roots in other countries or live abroad. For them communicating either in Spanish or English, although they have other nationalities, is not a problem at all.
On the other hand, however, some parents are a little concerned that there may be no other kids of the same nationality as theirs. From our experience we can only say that neither students nor parents should worry about this too much at all. In a Camp like Lenguaventura every student finds a place and maybe even a new friend who shares the same mother-tongue although not the same passport. The student coming to Lenguaventura is often wonderfully full of many surprises and used to being surrounded by an international environment. This is what we enjoy year after year.