The costs of intercultural incompetence are so high, including all the dangers of conflict and war just as the future depends upon actions taken today, so the future of cultural diversity respectful of human rights in the social world depends upon the ability to gain and demonstrate intercultural competencies today”. To understand intercultural competencies and intercultural dialogue, it is first necessary to define culture. According to UNESCO, Culture is that set of distinctive spiritual, material, intellectual and emotional features of a society or social group, encompassing all the ways of being in that society; at a minimum, including art and literature, lifestyles, ways of living together, value systems, traditions, and beliefs. Given the importance of experiential learning in intercultural competencies development, there are numerous intercultural simulations that have been developed.