Cali, capital of salsa dancing, is worldwide recognized for the joy and friendliness of its people. Beyond being the third largest city of the country, Cali is quite important to the economy due to its industrial and agricultural development. It is the capital of the Valle department, principal sugar producer of Colombia, and has Buenaventura port on the Pacific Ocean. Today, the city offers a variety of plans, restaurants and bars. Granada, the sector that concentrates gastronomy; San Antonio, the historical district; the zoo, listed as one of the best in the continent; its monuments and, of course, Juanchito the legendary district of salsa dancing.

Places to Go

Cali Zoo, Cristo Rey Monument, Juanchito


Mean temperature of 26°C (ranging between 19 to 34°C)


1.003 meters above sea level.


Cali is located by the Cauca River. The Farallones de Cali (part of the Western Mountain Range), are located westwards the city. 3°27′00″N 76°32′00″W


Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International Airport.

How to Get There?

By air: To the Alfonso Bonilla Aragon International Airport. The city has direct international flights from important cities of the world, and permanent domestic / regional flights.
By land: From Bogota, using the main west road; to the south, by the Pan American Highway.