Maybe the sugarcane crops that characterize this city, have to do with the joy of its people, but talking about Cali is talking about the typical rhythm of the Caribbean fiesta: Salsa.
Founded in the year 1536 and known as the branch of heaven, Cali is the third city in Colombia and one of the main urban, economic and industrial centers of the country. In recent years this city has developed on the banks of its river to offer a wide range of tourism products and services to locals and foreigners alike.
To live the Cali experience in all its splendor there is something you can not stop doing, and it is salsa dancing. Do not feel intimidated when you see the skill of the local dancers, when visiting the city you will find multiple options to learn some dance steps and join without hesitation to the party.
Cali is a complete tourist destination, with several sites of historical value that you can not miss, such as the Hermitage Church or the Chapel of San Antonio, built in 1747. In addition, the typical cuisine of Valle del Cauca is a fusion of Spanish flavors, African and indigenous, which gave rise to delicious dishes that you will not regret trying.