The capital of the Valle del Cauca is a city whose tourist attractions have their own history, active cultural life, and musical rhythms that are famed around the world.

  • Cali’s music, thanks to the city’s rich ethnic diversity, ranges from the currulao of the Pacific coast to the city’s star: salsa, the contagious, frenetic rhythm that is ingrained in the country’s culture.

  • Cali is known by the rest Colombia as the “Rumba Capital” and by the world as the “Salsa Capital”, thanks to its characteristic street parties and dance.

4 Days/3 Nights

  • DAY 1 CALI

    Reception and transfer from “Alfonso Bonilla Aragón” International Airport to the chosen hotel in Cali.
    Overnight in Cali


    City Tour and Salsa Class; At the agreed time, one of our staff members will pick you up to start a visit to some of the most representative places around the city. First, you will go to the downtown where you will find “La Plaza Caicedo”, The Metropolitan Cathedral, the church of San Francisco and La Merced. Then, you will continue your visit knowing the “Sebastian de Belalcazar” Viewpoint and the Cat of the River Monument. Finally, you will have 1 hour of Salsa class with expert teachers, some of them have been champions of this genre. Return to the hotel.
    Rest of the day at leisure and overnight in Cali.

  • DAY 3 CALI

    Hacienda El Paraiso and Piedechinche tour; At the agreed time, one of our representatives will pick you up early in the morning to take you on a tour, where you will find the “Hacienda El Paraiso”. This is a country house from the nineteenth century where the Latin American writer Jorge Isaacs lived and set his romantic novel “Maria”, to tell the love story between Ephraim and Maria. Then, you will go to “Hacienda Piedechinche” where the Sugarcane Museum is and where you will learn about the process of the sugarcane in this unique place in Colombia.
    Overnight in Cali.

  • DAY 4 CALI

    On due time, we will be driven to the airport to board the flight to the next destination.


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