Finding the best way of exploring a city is always a daunting task, but that’s why we are here. Let us guide you through Santiago de Cali, one of the most amazing cities in Colombia and foremost capital of Salsa. Join our full-day tour and visit Cali’s city viewpoint Cristo Rey, then its downtown and its main cultural sites such as Tertulia Museum. Try Colombian traditional snacks and discover the joy this city is known for.
Whether you are short of time or you are wanting to have the complete experience in Cali, this city tour is made for you. Come and visit the vibrant city of Cali, one of Colombia’s principal urban, industrial and cultural centers that attracts visitors throughout the year from across the world.
Start this full-day tour by meeting the expert local guide who will pick you up from your hotel. From there you will be headed to Cristo Rey, a Christ monument at the top of a hill which offers panoramic views of the city like nowhere else. Climbing Cristo Rey in Cali is as important as climbing Monserrate in Bogotá. Locals and foreigners, thousands of people climb Cristo Rey frequently. Some of them for religious purposes and some others just to look, however it is a must see.
After having seen the wonders of Cali from above, you will go to La Tertulia museum, the first modern art museum in the city and the biggest collection of artworks collected in paper in the country. Right afterwards we will keep walking around the area to a coffee shop where we will learn about the importance of coffee and its preparation in Colombia, and of course have a taste of it.
Then we will wander around downtown, visiting places such as: plaza Caycedo and San Francisco, learning about colonization and religion in the country, as well as understanding the current issues the city faces. You will also visit a fruit market to discover our endemic fruits and taste the best of them. A refreshing stop for a long but fulfilling day.
This tour will finish once the driver takes you back safely to your hotel.
Cali has a lot to offer and this is the best proof of it. Come and see it by yourself.